South African writer wins Caine Prize

<p>South Africa writer Mary Watson has won the seventh Caine Prize for African Writing, for Jungfrau (Moss, Kwela Books, 2004). Chair of the judges, Dr Nana Wilson-Tagoe, announced the winner of the &#163;10,000 prize at a dinner held last night (Monday, 10 July) in the Bodleian Library in Oxford.</p><p>"It is a powerfully written narrative that works skilfully through a child's imagination to suggest a world of insights about familial and social relationships in the new South Africa," said Wilson-Tagoe.

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