Return of Mgofu
The Return of Mgofu is a compelling play that brings to fore the inexplicable, recurrent ethnic animosity and intolerance that continue to blemish peaceful coexistence between neighbours. It clearly reveals the harsh effects of such antagonism: under-development, death and suffering. Thori and his wife Thoriwa return from the other world to deliver a succinct message from those crone. neighbours must stamp out resentment, kill the blame-game and seek reconciliation. Meanwhile, Mgofu Ngoda, a son of those who were affected directly by the mayhem and chaos in their nation, emerges not only to rekindle peace but to urge oneness. He is the ultimate symbol of peace.
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cliff Omari reviewed on 4 Mar 2018
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I like the way peace has been reflected in the play and the play, definitely, it reflects the the contemporary society that we live in today...