May 4, 2013 - ZuluGirlGoes2Jhb    308 Comments

Chapter One

I was not born poor but I cant say I was born rich either. My parents are both teachers in Mooi River halfway between Johannesburg and Durban. Its a beautiful quiet little town where nothing much really happens except for the occasional memulo (for those who don’t know its a coming of age ceremony for Zulu girls), weddings and yes funerals. Funerals are the order of the day as almost all girls from here who moved to either Johannesburg or Durban seem to die mysteriously. Those who do not die, thank God, bring back their babies here because they say life is too expensive and fast to raise a baby there because they never seem to want their babies. Funny enough these girls when they come back they all seem so expensive with Brazilian, Peruvian and Malaysian weaves that I am told are worth five thousand rand a piece. Is Peruvia a country by the way? They all have designer bags and shoes I don’t even see in Drum magazine. And their lips have so much lip gloss it shines from a mile away. life must really be expensive ke! The grandparents go around with their grandchildren with pride but we all know the shame it brings when your daughter brings home a fatherless child for this is KwaZulu Natal after all. Yes I do not stay in the rural parts of it but its still deeply cultured with rules and traditions that go deep.

How can I describe the sensations that swamped me when I passed my matric and Wits accepted me to study Law. We all grew up seeing long queues at universities for students looking for space and here I was receiving mail in my post to say come hither daughter of Shaka you have qualified. I was scared and excited at the same time. I had even received a full scholarship and all i had to do was maintain good grades. Yes I knew it would be tough but I had come this far why stop now. My parents though excastic for the fact that I had passed did not seem to share the same joy I had for me to be going to Johannesburg. For a moment there i thought I was not going to be allowed to go but eventually my mum convinced my dad that i had been raised right and I would not bring home a package or some foreign guy he allowed me to go. I promised them that I would not become a statistic like other girls for I was smart and ambitious.

I didn’t get residence but through one of the girls who stays in my neighborhood I got a place in Braamfontein. She told my parents that it was really convenient for school was a mere ten minute walk in an area where 80% of the people are students. She neglected to mention what the rest were. I was leaving in South Point. Both my parents escorted me to school the day I moved in. My dad drove his Chevrolet Cruze and i preferred it because it meant i could carry more things from home. My dad had refused for my mum to make me a packed lunch because he said it would make the car smell and besides times have moved on. My mother was insulted by that comment and snapped at my dad who just walked away as though he had not heard her. She did however insist on the cookies she had baked the night before and that I didn’t mind because  my mum could bake like a woman possessed. I remember leaving home and getting onto the N3 highway. For some reason I felt I was victorious, I was triumpant, I was on my way to the city of gold and the world was my playground.

My mum had insisted that my dad drive a hundred after we drove past an overturned Roadlink just 20km out of Mooi River so you can imagine how long the trip was. Fours hours later we were driving into Jozi City baybee. I updated on Bbm status that I had finally arrived in the city of dreams of which the girl that had arranged a place for me to stay responded by asking me when my parents were leaving because she is taking me out tonight. I wasn very outgoing but considering that it was Friday why the hell not. My dad being my dad had decided that they will help me settle in during the day and drive back around seven when the roads were empty and most certainly my mother would fall asleep. This way he could break all speed records getting home. He had refused to sleep in Jhb because tomorrow was the big derby Chiefs vs Pirates and being a true bucanneer the game started at 10am the following morning with a braai at his friends place. I told my friend, lets call her S for in future she would prove to be a snake and a slut but that’s a story for later, i told her if its after 8 then we could go. She laughed at me and said “Akekho ophumayo ngemuva kuka 11 sesi lol Welcome to Jozi”. I laughed and my mum asked me why i was laughing but i told her it was a private thought.
I checked in and S came to welcome me in. My parents were happy that she was there to guide me. My mother called her my big sister for at home she was such a decent child and had been the head of our Sunday School  and Youth Choir. I am Methodist by the way. When she walked to greet us she was wearing a Maxi skirt. Dignified to meet my parents. After two long hours i couldn’t wait for my parents to leave for they were nagging. My mum did my bed, unpacked my suitcases everything for me. Now she was the one worrying and fussing whilst my dad was impatient. An old friend of his from Mondeor had called and said he must come say hello so he wanted to leave. So 7 o’clock became 5 o’clock and we said our goodbyes. I wont lie i actually cried because this was the first time i was away from home. i wasn’t crying because of fear more out of excitement and anxiety at the same time. S laughed at me but reassured me that she had gone through the same emotions. She took me for supper downstairs and we had Kfc. Its right at the foot of my building how convenient. Around 8pm my mum called saying that they are driving home and i told her that i will be going to bed soon because the trip had worn me out. We said our goodnights.

At 1030pm S came to my room to check if i was ready. I was wearing my hip-hop outfit (trend back home), skinnies with sneakers etc. You know the teen high school uniform for going out. We all look like lil Wayne wannabes. Looking at her i felt stupid! There she was in a short ass white dress that was so tight i felt it would tear. Later i would learn it was the JHB night uniform and it was called a freakum. We are the same height but in her heels she towered me making me look even smaller and more pathetic. She laughed and said we are not in Mooi River anymore I will have to change. I told her I did not have any such clothes and she said don’t worry i will hook you up. We are cousins after all she said and told me that will be my story from now onwards. I readily agreed because my naivety had shown just now. She went to a room and came back with yet another short dress. I have worn short dresses before but i felt so naked and exposed. I could feel the fresh air go to my privates unabated  and thank God for my matric dance they had taught us how to walk in heels. I just looked expensive. I had a weave on which back home we commonly call “razor” you know the one which short and is flat but curly at the back. She told me that by the end of the week this must go because here it was called “kasi weave”. SHe told me to rather stick to braids or my hair if i didn’t want weave. i was an eager student and dint wanna look rural so i absorbed it all. I asked her where we are going and how we were going there. She told me not to worry…

At eleven she got a call and she said lets go. When we got outside I was stunned. I am not a car person but outside was a white E63 AMG waiting for us. I am not stupid i know what that is. its more expensive than my house and four others on my street combined. I was so impressed by the calibre of friends she kept. Couldn’t wait to meet them or maybe i thought to soon… Out stepped this man old enough to be my father with muscles everywhere even on his head. S ran and jumped on him happily and he said in one of those accents you hear on AfricaMagic “I see your cousin has finally arrived… hi … I am Ada Orunu but everyone calls me Tiny!” i think i blacked out for a second there for i could hear myself in a distance whisper

“O God!”

THE END

308 Comments

  • I’m looking forward to making up my own mind about Mike’s perception of Jozi life

  • This is interesting….

  • Hiyoh_ AMG sana_ *shakes head* *flips to next chapter*

    • Mmmmmm……..new life, a diary indeed. Hook my attention to read further more >>>>

  • I’ve seen it. I lived so close to every detail of that which is being described in the story that I can’t help but feel a connection to it.

    This blog is a revelation of what goes on (what has been going on and what will continue to carry on) in the midst of journeying through to build ones future in a new environment, away from the grasp of our elders who have been “protecting” us from reality.

    The blog spills on the silent truths of not only Joburg, but every notorious area where you bound to find a flock of insecure men perverting on naïve children, who yearn for affection that their parents never gave them.

  • Intrigued! I so want to read more!

  • Lmao! Ngihlekiswa ukuthi “in one of those accents you hear on Africa Magic” Classic!

    • You can say it again …

  • I jst dnt wana stop…

    • WOW YOU GOT YOU TURNED SOMEONE WHO HATE READING WITH A PASSION INTO A BOOKWORM, UNBELIEVABLE ONLY IS MY COURSE BOOKS CAN BE THIS INTERESTING.

      KEEP THEM COMING.

      GOOD BLESS.

      • Damn, this a true story! I admit that generaly i can tell the next chapters in my own version, but since i got my mind on this i want to read more… Can i read the second chapter olredy?

        • lol

  • Wow m gtin hooked

  • O_O…….hmmmmmm*eyes glanced onto screen, flips to next chapter too*

  • WOW I cant wait for chapter 2,

  • Kwaaaa,”I’m not stupid I know what that is”

  • Wow! What a story can’t wait plz!

  • All true OMG i cant put this book down WOW………..

  • chinekeeeeee! heee! wee ntombazana! this was your cue to run! cant wait to see what happens next!

  • hhe zyabuya la…

  • I cant wait to read chapter two.

  • Interesting..

  • Woman your book is insane I’ve just read the first chapter and I’m commencing to the next one as in now, I’m a guy I thought it was homophobic to read but wow I’m intrigued and stunned woman Publish a.s.a.p. King

  • Wow, how interesting.. Lool, they say the car is moore expensive than her house and four others down the street #Dead!…
    **Flips to the next chapter*..

  • Going on…

  • I love the story jst want to read more nd more> when is da next chapter

  • This is peer pressure @its best, plus bad influence 4rom a friend u trust.

  • Mmmmhhh wow this is a very interesting story, I can’t wait to read more. These things are happening everywhere and its good to see that its coming out there and teaching the next generation who still need to think about there future and make decisions when they get to a stage of going to university. Absolutely loving this!!!

  • im desparately trying to get chapter 33 upwards please beautiful people,im going crazy without reading can anyone help me with the link ive tried so many times to access it from the link ive been given with no luck it keeps saying url not found,anyone who can help me please id really be grateful…….King regards Andy

  • I read the whole diary, it truly is an interesting books and warns the teenagers who like experimenting, helps the realise that in life everything you do has consequenses

  • how do u get chapters from 33 onwards….. I rilly enjoy this great story if ever u wna take it on moving pics m yr man

  • yho cant wait 2 read da next chapter this is going 2 b interesting. :)

  • wow….. Dis is interestin

  • OMW……lmao….ay sana!!! Wat a ravishing story….I’m intrigued….can’t wait 4 chapter 2….

  • I cannot wait for second chapter m already hooked.

  • I was going through City Press and saw something about Diary of a Zulu girl but as tired as i was, i just paged. Today, while watching Tv, Noeleen*spel* on 3 I saw your interview and felt proud and inspired, decided to go through your blog and *wow* I wont sleep before i am done with all chapters to date. Keep up the good work.

  • Oh shiiiiit. At first I was like!!!!! Can’t this end already. Now as I get to “AMG Daddy Muscle Man” I can’t wait for the next chapter.

    This is mad sick. ;-) :-)
    Awesomely

  • Oh wow!!all o that is true…u get to jozi n u start seeing things n ppl 4 what n what they really r!

  • Oooow,,poor zulu girl i cant wait to hear wt happens next lets hope tht god will save her frm all ths nonsense..its a nice story indeed

  • this is really good, Can u just give us a chapter a day so that we don’t go crazy, checking this blog every five minutes like one does with the fridge at home…

  • Girl u going far…dis is just amazing,would love to see ur diary published and stored in some book shelves waiting for me to grab one copy….

  • Guys is it possible for me to download the whole diary? olease help!

  • This sounds like my life story, Zulu girl u beat me to it. Very intresting

  • I love the book I like it

  • wow….. so enticing… cnt wait to read more!!!!!!!!!!

  • wow….. so enticing… cnt wait to read more really!!!!!!!!!!

  • hi
    i just want to say well done,i salute you,every chapter leads one to another.

  • Intriguing staff

  • Awesome… Love this…

  • i hate reading but with this book m hooked great stuff no one tells a story like africans

  • Very interesting story!I’m looking forward to read more chapters

  • I JUST CANT WAIT TO READ MORE……THIS IS SOOO INTERESTING..

  • I salute u man dis is a gud piece its so interesting n I gotta tel u wen my friend 1st emailed it 2 me I read chapters 1. 2 three n I cudnt stop .I cnt wait 4 chapter 60

  • This is very interesting!

  • This is just too awesome! Mxm I don’t get why I had to hear about it this late. Azishe ke, next chapter!

  • what a story interesting indeed. …can’t wait to read more!

  • That’s really not a good start, she won’t get anywere at the rate she started her jozi life

  • This really doesn’t look good, the way she started her new life in jozi, I really feel sorry for her

  • wow wow veri interestn indid cant waitd to read chapter 2 “lil Wayne” wnabeez lol <3

  • Mhhh im already hooked, its almost like im watching “intersexions”…jumping for chapter 2

  • This is interesting hey

  • Lovely read I was intrigued from start to finish. Chapter 2 here I go…

  • Welcome to Jozi baby!

  • You such a phenomenal writer,I can not put this book down.I’ve bought expensive books and went through the whole ‘book club sessions’ and so forth but never had such thrill,Laughter,wittiness,humor to say the least.My goodness! So I finished this book but am going through it again,Yep again.Its worth it :) I can’t wait to see your work live on t.v and international..Yep international.Thank you for keeping us hooked :)

  • Eagered for more

  • I like that, I am looking forward to charpter two

  • Glued on my phone screen!

  • Wow!!!!

  • Yooh 1st chapter done now 2nd one. (01:40am)

  • How do u get to the next chapter?

  • Patiently w8ng 4 chapt2 oho! this is very interesting

  • Our young sisters need to be educated bathong!! We need to protect ourselves sisters!

  • Its very impressive hw u articulate the story the languages and such detail. Are you creative or just plain crazy?? Anyways, dish out all that’s in your head. You sure have too many conversations in your medula!

  • Your stories are very exciting, they leave one in anticipation of what is still to come. thank you for sharing this with us, there are a lot of routes that you could have gone in ensuring that you put your book out there but you chose to use this blog. I hope that you are also getting as much as you are giving. May God bless you.

  • This is lovely and interseting,” accent from afica magic”…I like I like can’t wait for next chapter

  • Woooow what an interesting chapter I feel like reading more.high 5 ushaka

  • if this ever becomes a documentary PLEASE MAY YOU CONSIDER ME FOR S’s ROLE. meant to be!!! lovely work.

  • Wow very interesting S ke mathata a motho hle<3

  • Hmmmmm… This is goin to be interesting.

  • I think I was one of the first people to read this. you are very good. even though you need to mind some minor spelling mistakes. nevertheless from a foreign guy’s perspective I can relate to the Nija guys even though I’m not nigerian. it kinda inspired me to write something not similar but in the same vein but with a foreign guy as the protagonist,,as in a foreign guys point of view. I was very surprised when I saw you on 3talk I don’t watch that it was by chance and turnes out the Author is a guy. Big Up man. much RESPECT

  • Wow I am super impressed! LOL @ S for snake that she’ll turn out to be in the near future!

  • Wow this book is interesting, if there is a movie coming on this book I just wish to play a part on it.

  • The name of the country is “Peru” and people and things coming from there are peruvian.

    Indaba emnandi! :)

  • If you live in Joburg or Pretoria (like me), it is very easy to fall into these traps. I used to judge girls; those dating men for money, those have “friends with bebefits’,those wearing skimpy numbers,those dating married men etc…though Im still strongly against these “habits”,I dont judge anymore for at some point in my life I was one of these girls.I mean not as extreme as these two (no married men nd sex for money)…i am from PTA after all lol.Jus nje the clubbing in tiny outfits,being bought expensive drinks and riding in cars who’s names I cant remember. First years, this life is NOT as glamorous as it looks, and I know many girls who have become slaves to their habits.Thanx Mike for a great read.

    I’m also from a small town, in the Eastern Cape though…but I assure you,we’re not as backward as TV will have most people believe.We are probably more conservative than these big city people thou

  • Well I must say! Da story is quite interesting…it really motivating. I like wat da writer has said! De best story indeed!

  • This is an interesting story. Just wana hear more….

  • She kills me when she say “I am not stupid i know what that is. its more expensive than my house and four others on my street combined.” #I want more

  • Can someone advise please. Is this blog in a form of a complete book. Does it have chapters of the story of this Zulu gal who went to Joburg, written in sequence, or how does it go exactly. I am in it for the first time. Went through chapter 1 but cannot seem to find chapter 2 anywhere, Instead there is something called confessions of sugar babe part 1, which I have also read but cannot move on to anything after that once again. How does one read this thing from chapter 1 to 2 and so on? I have even used the search engine to find chapter two but it told me what I am looking for is not here. Would it be that the old chapters are erased and do not exist anymore as I see on the right hand pane the list only starts from chapter 57 or so.

    • The Next link and previous link are right on the bottom of the page

  • Haibo i-punishment engaka kunini ndilinde uChapter 14 ka Confessions

  • Read the whole chapters in one night,,I been waiting for the next chapter like every 10min,,,,I want more on both books,,please pkease kunini silindile

  • i wanna read more

  • interesting

  • I am shaking with delayed fear for I can feel that am getting to know the reason why my clever daughter never made it to Year II of varsity some ten years ago.

  • Woooooow riveting stuff, sooo intrigued, couldn’t stop reading. Well written. But Where is the rest of the diary bo?

  • Thought provoking

  • wow i wouldnt mind having ths diary in my hand 24/7

  • I would love to be a part of the tv series, should that materialise. What a story. Im beyond hooked. *Applauds Mike*

  • Wow…….this is so interesting, i cant believe i want to read next chapter already

  • Hai no I was only told of ths blog today by my lavng brada inlaw I knt put ma fone down n been neglecting hm hahahahhahahaha u good Mr ill gve u dt

  • I really enjoyed reading tis blog 2 chapter 64,I can say I felt like it was my past life,cause I have been the but I was not in university,I was working as a contract sales lady when I met my baboon Nigerian guy I was 20 year at the time hi was a doctor,dan come 4 more 1 by 1 I was hooked by the money I was getting 4 em at first it was nice cause I always tolled my self its fine cause they ar not drag lot shame I was lost.

  • When is the hard copy coming out?

  • When is the hard copy coming out?
    Its a reviting read

  • OMG this S girl is dating sugar daddies…eish

  • Yoh yah neh..welcome 2 jozi babee..dnt fall..quite fascinatin*shakin head flpin de nxt chptr*

  • Yohh yohh yohhh!!!…AMG!!! My GwaShhhhhh its going down moss….

  • Ayeye don’t let the parentals get ahold of this…it will be bye-bye varsity. Nnete ya baba banna, onwards I read

  • Kikikiki “its more xpensive than my house and four others on ma street combined”lmao!!

  • I finished reading this in one night. I so wanna be in the series. Dramatic I TELL YOU

  • Wow very interesting!

  • HI Gal

    i love your work, its a pity i will be fired caurse i had not been working today since i started reading your book last nite till now

    good work

    wish to see this as a tv drama some day

  • Ngwana batho hle

  • Well I am hooked cuz thıs ıs real and ıts happenıng

  • WOW!!!!Very interesting……

  • Very interesting can’t stop reading

  • Can’t get past chapter 32, help I’m dying here.

  • Miss S sooooo much.

  • Wow wow wow wht a story I dnt lyk 2 read bt ds hs grAb my attentn. Jst heard abt ds diary started rdng t bt hey d wae its so interestng, cnt wait 2 read d next chptrs n get 2 hear wht xctly happened 2 d Zulu gal. So wsh dt t cld b publshd so dt most ppl cld get n opportunity 2 hear abt ds t z realy so interestng big up 2 d wrtr. Mayize ku sabc ntwana 4 nabanye dt cnt access d blog

  • Yea thtz Jozi and I believe galz shuld luk afta em selfs

  • This right here is the cold hard truth, something which happens to a thousands of young people who leave their homes for better livelihoods in Gauteng and the moment they get there they forget why they went there. It’s not just about girls but boys too.

  • Loool can’t dzeal
    “Looking like lil wayne wanna bees”

  • I would like to see more of ur stories

  • OMG,can we have the next chapter please

  • WOW….#speechless# damn….i can’t wait 2 read chapter two.

  • o.m.w ws starnt 2 njoy ;-) . cnt w8t 4 part 2 . lmao dead by *Africa Magics Accent*

  • Wow….. I want sum more

  • Mike u gud man,so thrs only this 2 books or thers the other ones I’m not familiar with,pls if the r otherones let me know

  • lmao to accents you only hear on africa magic, what a good read keep it up, m joining the party late but hey i am happy to have joined in

  • I jst started reading this last night June12th,and already on Chapter 30. I’m hooked-amazing writing! Its crazy how one way or another,we propably all relate to the emotions or incidents occuring. I love this!

  • Finished d chapter already? Eish *eagered 2 continue* woooooooooow what a book,u know there’s a lesson here peer-pressure can be overcomed people she must remain being a farm girl otherwise she will end up in a serious mess

  • I’ve experince that on my 1st year @ tertiary in 2005 with that accesent guy hay but now I’ve changed but never wore mini skirts

  • OMG I wanna read more..this is so interesting

  • Its a beautiful story but you should not make it too obvious in the 1st chapter

  • WOW! I dnt read much bt, Im sertainly following this story. Interesting indeed!!!

  • Looking forward to the next chapter very interesting *ya neh city life*

  • Welcum 2Jozi baybee

  • What an interesting story as much am joining the rest late but this should serve as an eye opener for young females with the friends they make and keep

  • Truly relevant…

  • Wow! Great to finally read something we as SAn’s can relate too!
    God bless you

  • Haaaaaaaaaa can’t wait 2 read de next chaptr

  • Well that was Short,but still informing. By the way the Country’s Peru,not sure if someone had already told ya. Anyways,uhm. Shout out To ya for actually taking yo time to write this and inform these girls that can’t wait to hit the Big City(yezwa Tee?0_o). So yeah…

  • Oh Wowza I’m hooked need the nxt chapter ASAP!!

  • Lovely,I wonder what’s next

  • Omg..*astonished*cnt wait 2 c de nxt chapter*curiourz*

  • Wow I kept on reading the book , I’ve shared the info with my mom and I was listening to your interview you such an inspiration to young ladies out there.we,ve seen it happening this book is very informative and I hope it will be an eye opener to all “amantombazane” big up …….I so want to read more and more

  • ÿoh this story holds a great meaning I tell you I’m enjoying it and I’m telling all my freinds about it ! Keep up the good work

  • This is an awesome

  • Woow! this is interesting…looking forward 2 reading the next chapter

  • Cnt wait to read another chapter

  • I personally think this story is filled with negativity. Good stories about women who have beat the odds are not being told. What about the successful women whose stories are not being told? The strong women who survived serious rapes and run away dads? The women who have made it in life and can afford the Brazilian, Indian, Peruvian and Malaysians. And its Peru not Peruvia its in South America. I think the problem with South Africa as whole is that we concentrate on all the negative issues and publish them for us the youth to read. The youth thinks its cool even though they see the consequences and proceed to emulate and live these stories.

    • With all due respect to your opinion, there are different genres. The stories of strong women are being told. This is closer to reality than anything I’ve seen before and it’s incredibly funny. Not everything on life needs to be taken seriously all the time. Yes, I hear your concerns but this is an exceptionally well-written blog and it deserves acknowledgement for that.

  • Wooooooooow awsome! :)

  • Lol lol dead by “lil-wyne wanabes”

    • lol….i also :) dat part……

  • Eish. ……..

  • This is very interesting, 1st chapter tells you more already it make you want to read more and I am going for it..

  • Wow Mike, this is amazing, well written and definately intriguing! Looks like i won’t be putting it down! Was worth the wait! *smiling from ear to ear* u never dissapoint.

  • ayke kasi weave and now u moving to theee expensive weave talkin about adopting *flips to the next chapter*

  • Amazing book Amzazing author…might be friction but it sounds like non friction…So interestin

  • Iyoweeeeee gal u in 4 sumthing flip on d next chapter…….

  • I love de story interesting

  • That was well written but very bad ending really ,the writter should hv atleast added 2 paragraphs then end it ….bt twas good though

  • geez wht happend m luking fo chapter fifty six,whe z it.pls pls tel me.wht happened to it

  • mhmmmm interesting *turning to the next page*

  • Is it possible to get chapter 73? Coz I’m really struggling to go to chapter 73, and worse I can’t seems to take my hands of this diary its a wow, and thanx for opening our eyes that ” we don’t have to be jugmental” abt everythng dat revolves on our daily living, anythng can happen anytime anywere…….

  • ohhh poor zulu girl but this is wht we are doing in varsities as if we know more than our parents

  • I laughed when I first read this but I read it again and ja I’ve been there too, I’ve seen it as well.some get traped and some manage to get away of that life but that’s the real world.so much has happened back then but I’m glad I went through it coz today I’m a stronger person, I’m more wiser and I know exactly what I want in life and I’m working on it.My God wouldn’t brought me this far to leave me.

    I thank God for being by my side when the storms took place and for you being by my side I overcomed it.

  • After the end of chapter 1 wher do I go for chapter 2? Please help

  • I can’t wait for chapter two

  • OMW whaaaat this is awesome!! My eyes are still glued to my screen…… I need to read more

  • Alright my first chapter , nathing i have’nt seen , my Love oooh meaning friend suggested this blog too me ..

  • It sounds like Norvic, I used to live there. Yep, exactly what happens. So accurate.

  • I so wanna read chapter 2

  • This was so unreal to me untill i eyewitnessed some scene of de story

  • Eh and that’s where it all tirns sour..gonna be influenced by S to date SUGARdaddys!

  • UWii……ths is intrestin….cnt wait 2 read da next chaptr

  • Keep it coming, #True story as i read.

  • Good work

  • Oh lol “the accent you hear frm africamagic”

  • Eish………..bubomi sana……..as much as i have’nt read other chapters, i’m looking forward to more

  • this is intersting, i cant wait to read chapter two (20h56)

  • Wow I’m hungry 4 chapter2 wish I got it more earlier wats next

  • i read ur blog seating at south point clifton heights entrance and theres no better place 2 witness it all as u see n read about it,proud of this blog as it creates awareness for our sisters.keep up the good work.

  • Damn Woman! Dis book is too awesome, damn ECSTATIC can’t wait for the 2nd Chapter!!! I must say big ups, all cups should be given, for the great work!

  • I just read your letter,being a rural girl I can relate to it! It must be our mission to educate our people about the life outside our farms,it can swallow you if not careful! Thank you

  • I can’t stop readin

  • It’s the best time to make some plans for the long run and it’s time to be happy.
    I’ve learn this put up and if I may just I desire to counsel you some interesting things or advice. Perhaps you could write subsequent articles relating to this article. I want to read more things approximately it!

  • Shame @ Mam’N that’s so unfortunate. Hope s/he still tries.

  • Its so nice to read, I like style its written its real still so interesting abt to get to chapter 2 done with 1.

  • Wow interesting story! Where do i go for chapter 2?

  • Wow!!!! Dis is interestin…. Got me thinkin

  • This is an interesting story, would love to read more…

  • she went from excited and plunged down to ”what am i getting myself into”. Ja ukuthanda izinto lol

  • kwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaks *OMG* *dead those accent you hear on Africamagic*

  • This is just great stuff

  • I like this book n what i think is a real story,Its so nice to read, I like the way they written it, is so interesting abt to get to chapter 2 done with 1.I want to read more things approximately it!

  • Im loving this i can’t wait to c more,what is in store for S and Zulugirl.

  • Wow *lol*

  • Wow I’m impressed! I like it!

  • I wish the story could go on

  • Wonder uphelelephi wena,maybe u also got urself oga.but tanx 4 sharing d story with us,we’v learned sometin on it.

  • eix u knw its gud to choose frndz that ar best n also do wht myks u feel consolated

  • I really like this blog, it helps teach us about life, things which we girls come across as we grow. The pressure we get from our peers. I would like to state that Thandeka your the BOMB

  • Am speechless can’t believe its a fiction, am looking forward to chapter two I can’t wait keep up the good work my sister…….

  • Wow, this is breath-taking cause really this is not just a story but is life that we experience each and every day. I wish the author of this book can start to implement work-shop to all the rural areas girl so that they must not be the victims of the big Cities. I can’t wait to read up to the last chapter.

  • Interesting indead nvery relevent hey!

  • dats jozi maboneng 4 u,dats reality nd so true

  • Very intresting story,can’t wait to read charpter2,can some1 plz send the link plz

  • I went through the entire diary last night. Only noticed that it gets updated. I thought it was complete. Please publish the end product soon.
    The story is very captivating and it draws you closer to the realities of a life lived by so many young women.

  • Wow!

  • Lol are you kidding . How is that the end . As for the africamagic .. Shit

  • FYI, Ada is a Nigeria name reserved for females. It means first daughter. Interesting read though..

  • ha! nah wa for you…i’m not fond of reading but this one Oh i’ll read till the end

  • Can’t stop reading….

  • Lol..out stepped a man old inaf to be her daddy wid muscles all ova his body, and even on his face…..

  • Wow ilove this

  • This is so intriguing… I wonder wat is S gonna do to our main character?

  • woooooooooow! I am impressed i can”t wait to read it all.

  • Interesting indeed

  • Very interesting story indeed, I wish to read more. It happens all the time that we forget where we come from and our morals nd dignity when we get to the big city. I have a feeling ur story has nd can still touch many lives

  • I’m hooked cnt wait 2 read de nxt chapter mmmmmmmmm

  • Its intresting I just had about this but I’m touched

  • wo wow wooooow

    well done dear

  • now this is the Shit we must see on TV, not the Generation Shit!!!

  • Hi just heard about the book i read chapter one and i loved it i wanna knw do i get da other chapters??????waiting impatiently….

  • Wow I’m astonished what a mouthful diary

  • tjoh! honest and sad truth ne , this is an eye opena to the young peps who thinks they re in control of their lives yet they not

  • mmmmmm dis so interesting and i cant wait for next chapter.

  • Not so long ago that was me,in ur position!

  • Really interesting story !!

  • Wow… Lol i love dis book lil wayne, how do i gt 2 chapter 2 pls help.

  • I’m very behind but very keen on the read :)

  • Very interesting

  • Wow ……… Like WOW I thought it was boring buh nah I can’t wait 2 read the next chapter

  • lmao…this is some crazy s***.

  • This is really wt happens wen we leav home b it 2 study or work n hlf da times we are victims of such lifestyles if we are nt careful of da company we keep or if we feel da need 2 fit in2 a particular circle.Thnx 4 puttin out der so more girls cn read abwt life in da big cities

  • Good book, n very interesting to ready.

  • Iyoo m so hooked I jst 1 2 read more…
    Interesting

  • Wow wat an awsumfinish story u hav wrote cnt wait 4 u 2 finish dat up

  • Wow that really interesting yoh “muscles even on his head yoh lol”

  • NEXT PLZ sound intrstng cant wait 4 chapter 2

  • yo sistaz im so eager to learn what happens next but ive got a lecture now….#sad

  • I am in desperate need of this book………Iv been going crzy for days looking for it…I dnt hve words bt from this chapter im amazed

  • Are friend of mine told me ages ago “what the hell I been strolling basically doing nada danm this is great”

  • Am inluv with dis story,so interesting

  • wow strong words writer…..keep it up

  • This chapter is tops I can’t wait for chapter 2

  • That was very mature of u to post something like this.

    This is really happening in real life and we can’t ignore such issues as the foreign men are out there in search of naïve girls to use them for unorthodox events in the likes of sex slavery, human trafficking e.t.c.

    This is an eye-opener for the young ladies out there. Don’t rush things, everything u want in life will happen all in good times. Stay safe and be careful.

    Can’t wait for Chapter 2. Well done! :)

  • Loving the fisrt chapter…its like i can see the man with the acsent,and S jumping to him “and the skirt gone up”..great stuff

  • That’s JHB for you lol.

  • Many have lived through the similar experience. It moving coz many of our sisters have lost focus and identity.

  • i was listening to Gagasi fm and i had about this book called diary of a Zulu girl and i told myself that i have to read it. i started from chapter 1 till 2day i cannot stop reading ,keep them coming u doing a good job. i never enjoyed reading before but this book says read me,read me lol and i,m loving it….God bless u.

  • eish y did i have to start reading this book during ma test week damn……………..it so amazing

  • VERY TOUCHY

  • wow…. interesting and true

  • Ja neeh,,,,,that’s verty intresting . And I’m looking foward to chapter 2 .

  • what an interesting story,cant wait for chapter 2…..

  • Wow I’m so interested looking forward on reading de next chapter

  • Wow dis is so interesting.

  • I was hooked from the beginning! I can’t wait to read more. How intriguing. so raw.

  • wow am so looking forward to read the second chapter thanx to my frnd Cebo for refering me to read this.

  • Yohhhh Woza Chrpr 2

  • WOW wat a chapter loving this book already *a huge thumbs up*

  • Wow

  • Ow ! Ma God this is in for shit lol

  • EISH GIRL ITS INTERESTING

    • SSSSSSSSHHhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!! guys m still reading

  • hehhehehehhehehh *claps once* Gabz girls MUST read this. I’m loving it already

  • Wooow havnt been reading lately this will make a great come back, interesting story, excetly what’s happing out there.

  • Please consider uploading this story to popular online story site “wattpad”. You will get a lot of reads .

  • omg this is sooo real.i loved it!

  • Just completed chapter one, and I so wish if my daughter can be a lesbian. I am feeling scared for her.

  • alluring!! captivating! Insightful!!

  • Joo can’t wyt for next chapter

  • So wena u were living @ NORVIC

  • Wow!!

    Chapter 2 pls

  • Its the first time reading this and I am enjoying the story, wangeniswa umntwana eJozi.

  • Hello guys. Iam doing a research study for my Honours and using this blog as my case study’ if there is anyone who would be willing to do an interview regarding the blog please let me know. This is my email add: zondosithabile@yahoo.com

  • This is one interesting book_
    Whens the movie comin out?!

  • Ii cnt wait for chapter two

  • I’m no longer positive where you are getting your info,
    however great topic. I must spend a while learning more or figuring out more.
    Thank you for wonderful info I used to be searching for this info for my mission.

  • ThIs iS sO iNteRestIng . >NxTChaPteR (lvnThis)

  • Sometimes they exaggerate coz its not easy like that t b involved

  • wat a good diary of reality ,cnt wait for the next charpter dear. Girls man the are human too pytro shows no matter what love is love and neva change inner feelings.

  • i’m not a fan of books but a friend recomended that i should read this book damn i’m so glued to it and i cant stop its very interesting and i must say big up to you sir im now a fan of your creativity and you style of telling story

  • Wow bro keep up wt the gud work, u so creative I like wat i’ve just read

  • Yoh! What a chapter I. Just can’t stop reading another chapter,this its a reality

  • woooooow…. m nt a fan f readin, bt afta thz…….eishhhh thnks 2 ma fwnd hu emaild me thz n m desperatli in nid f chapta 2 sis….

    thz z rili stunin guyz, kip up tht gud wrk dude………………………………

  • Hmm!

  • Fascinating start. I know what I’m reading these holidays!

  • Ths is very interstin cnt wait 4 de nxt chptr…. It sim lyk dis wil kip me busy as whn I read sentence cnt wait 2 4 de nxt 1… Kip going zulu gal

  • wow…! so interesting cant wait reading whats next

  • wow dis is so interesting cnt wait 2 read chapter 2

  • […] Chapter One of Diary of a Zulu Girl […]

  • Nice hey

  • Wow!!! This year (2013) was my first year in varsity n I got 2 say I’ve seen things like this happen. Chapter 1 just wowed me, I wait 2 read more.

  • Love it!

  • Love it! Wow

  • I’m impressed nw dis I’s wht I wud call a relate of de lyf todaes youth girls are going thru humps up to diary of a zulu girl

  • after a year of being told about this i finally get to read it, and i must say i am glued. #death by kasi weave.

  • i’m just sooo mad about this book….i really wish it was in a form of a movie…anywho,i don’t mind it being a blog as well :-)

  • tjoo guys i really love this book i just cant stop reading .you are really a great writer .i love it

  • this is so trueeee…… and I’ve seen this happening… but I must say that really this book will be a very useful tool for all those who move to joburg… they must consider reading this and making a full note of everything so that they wont end up being like this too….. lets just share this with all of those we can

  • I was hooked from the beginning. I can’t wait to read more. Hmmm…. ngaze ngayidabukela ingane yabantu…. lol ‘kasi weave’

  • Yo! Ayeye ntombazane welcome to jozi.

  • Jah i cn imagine how it was bt am looking forward to other chapter abt this Beautiful girl,a daughter of shaka who visit Nelson Mandela

  • I love ths book and I wish the Department of Education can let’s you distribute your books for all South African Skool,chapter1 its very interesting and open my mind,,,Good Book All The Best,,And I’m looking forward to be party of this book as an actor

  • hmm

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