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Author Interviews


11th November 2013 fhedzi, subtitled iamgoingtoknowgwalopatterns, is the second volume of poetry published by innovative South African poet Khulile Nxumalo. Nxumalo... 

South Africa @ 20: For better or for worse? 

8th November 2013 Over the next few weeks, online publisher South Africa – The Good News will be promoting the content of its new book South Africa @ 20: For better... 

The Hidden Thread – Russia and South Africa in the Soviet Era

7th November 2013 The Hidden Thread is a journey of revelation about the relationship between Soviet Russia and South Africa, hidden for most of its length. The... 

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South Africa in Brics: Salvation or ruination? 

30th October 2013 The economic landscape of the world is changing dramatically. The power structure that favoured developed countries is falling away under the... 

Healdtown – Under the Eagle’s Wings

29th October 2013 October sees the nationwide release of Healdtown – Under the Eagle’s Wings, Trevor Webster’s account of Healdtown, the African mission school where... 

Skoenlapper – An interview with Irma Venter 

7th October 2013 Irma Venter is a journalist at a media company in Johannesburg. Her first crime thriller, Skoenlapper, published by Human & Rousseau in June 2012,... 

The Long View: Getting beyond the drama of SA's headlines

20th September 2013 Political and trend analyst JP Landman's latest book 'The Long View' asks some of South Africa's toughest questions: is South Africa going to make... 

Zumanomics Revisited: The road from Mangaung to 2030

17th September 2013 Zumanomics Revisited is a sequel to the successful 2009 publication, Zumanomics – Which Way to Shared Prosperity in South Africa? This was a... 

Black Widow Society

16th August 2013 In 1994 when South Africans were finally seeing the light of freedom and independence, three well-respected businesswomen – Talullah Ntuli, Edna... 

Crossing the Line: When Cops Become Criminals

13th August 2013 Crossing the Line is a book of great significance in South Africa today: it is an in-depth examination of police corruption and crime in the... 

False River – A novel

8th August 2013 “You are too close to the water,” Paul whispered. “There are barbels in the mud. They will wake up if you step on them.”  When Paul and Dominique... 

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