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Author Interviews
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10 Oct 2012
The Hungry Season – Feeding southern Africa's cities
The food we eat is as colourful as the cultures of the people eating it. But why we eat the way we do runs deeper than the whims of our traditions or palates. The Hungry Season takes author Leonie...
24 Aug 2012
Restless Nation: Making sense of troubled times
Our rainbow nation has become a restless nation. Citizens are faced with poor service delivery and corruption, while a new bling culture has infected both politics and business. William Gumede...
01 Aug 2012
The Governor's Wife
International bestselling author Mark Gimenez grew up in Galveston County, Texas. He attended Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos where he earned a B.A. in Political Science. He then...
05 Jul 2012
Eye on the Diamonds
Author and activist Terry Crawford-Browne's Eye on the Money, published in 2007, was primarily an account of the international banking sanctions campaign against apartheid during the 1980s, but it...
19 Jun 2012
'What to do when you want to give up'
Drawing on his vast experience in showing entrepreneurs how to push through their darkest times, Allon Raiz has written this inspirational, must-read guide 'What to do when you want to give up' for...
14 Jun 2012
'New Markets, New Mindsets'
There is keen interest from both local and global businesses and institutions to do business with low-income communities – which academics and practitioners have christened ‘the base of the...
07 Jun 2012
In the Footsteps of Giants – Exploring the history of South Africa’s large dams
Creamer Media's Martin Zhuwakinyu speaks to author Lani van Vuuren, who discusses her new book, 'In the Footsteps of Giants', which explores the history of South Africa’s large dams.
20 Mar 2012
100 Years of Struggle – Mandela’s ANC
Despite the African National Congress being at the height of its powers, its future is today less certain than at any time in its long history. In the past, the liberation movement went through two...
19 Mar 2012
Eight days in September: The removal of Thabo Mbeki – book review
A riveting, behind-the-scenes account of the removal of Thabo Mbeki as President of South Africa, which examines the build-up to events, describes the details of those eight days in September 2008...
15 Mar 2012
Letters to my Children: Tweets to make you think – book review
It started as advice to his own two children entering adulthood, it spread to his students at the University of the Free State and now tens of thousands of his followers of Twitter and Facebook...
21 Feb 2012
Outside In – by Peter Hain
Growing up as the son of courageous anti-apartheid South Africans, Peter Hain was first in the public eye in aged fifteen, reading at the funeral of an anti-apartheid friend hanged in Pretoria....
18 Nov 2011
The Devil in the Detail – How the Arms Deal changed everything
The 'Arms Deal' was never a single event. Rather it was, and still is, a series of scandals and outrages, all contributing towards a dubious momentum that takes South Africa further away from...
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