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Post-apartheid black South African playwrights of both sexes claim the need to destroy apartheid's legacy and construct new spaces where wo men stop suffering violence at the hands of men and where they are not discriminated for being exponents of hybrid identities. However, since wo men are the central characters of the plays by both male and female play wrights, it seems evident that black wo men are portrayed as indisputable agents of social change in contemporary South Africa wh iledoi:10.5923/j.arts.20120205.02 fatcat:5u4jkbqztjdchcwmglbcbw2oge