Dodo Collections brings you another classic from William Charles Scully, ‘Kafir Stories: Seven Short Stories’. Kafir Stories contains stories that are generally sympathetic to the perspective of aboriginal African peoples of South Africa. The South African writer Herman Charles Bosman is said to have hailed William Charles Scully as one of the few South African writers at that time that were worthy of reading. William Charles Scully (29 October 1855-25 August 1943) is one of South Africa's best-known authors, although little known outside South Africa. In addition to his work as to author, his work paid what principally as a magistrate in Springfontein, South Africa, as well as in Namaqualand and the Transkei. His last position before retirement was as Chief Magistrate of Port Elizabeth, one of South Africa's larger cities. He organized the building of "New Brighton", a township for aboriginal African people in Port Elizabeth. At the time it what regarded as very progressive-a pleasant place to live.