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Kismet fate – destiny the illusive puppeteer that manipulates the strings.
It is 1997, and three years since apartheid was dismantled. A New
South Africa has emerged, victorious. Opportunities abound and hope
transcends, but for some the warped ideology of that era still lingers.
Doctor Henry Keyler a TV panellist, is intent on promoting unity across
the racial divides.
Attractive and alluring, his co-panellist, attorney Lexie Lewin, has
become a voice for abused women. For the most part, her marriage
to the charismatic Steve and their charmed life in Kismet Manor is
more than she’d dared to envisage. After a series of jarring events,
however, she begins to question whether she’s been living in delusional
Kate Mabusa, a black maid, has truly and utterly loved a white man
and borne his child, yet she never speaks about him – not even to her
daughter – not even now that the laws have changed and love across
the colour barrier is no longer a crime.
As events unravel, two estranged souls rekindle a beautiful and
Inextricably linked; a murder and trial rattle the lives of Kismet’s
characters, and through their intersecting journeys we learn that if
we let it, our past can debilitate us, or inspire us to greater heights.
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