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Author Interviews
 
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Memoirs of a Born Free: Reflections on the Rainbow Nation (Part 1)
AUTHOR INTERVIEW
Part 1: Memoirs of a Born Free is a journey back through the life of Malaika Wa Azania as she recounts the experience of growing up through the end of apartheid and South Africa’s transition into a...
 
 
 
 
Memoirs of a Born Free: Reflections on the Rainbow Nation (Part 2)
AUTHOR INTERVIEW
Part 2: Memoirs of a Born Free is a journey back through the life of Malaika Wa Azania as she recounts the experience of growing up through the end of apartheid and South Africa’s transition into a...
 
 
08 Jul 2014
 
 
 
Will you remember me?
AUTHOR INTERVIEW
How do you say goodbye to your family for the last time? Poppy Day is looking forward to her best year yet. She's thirty-two, married to her childhood sweetheart, and a full-time mum of two...
 
 
27 Jun 2014
 
 
 
 
 
The ANC Women’s League: Sex, Politics and Gender (Part 1)
AUTHOR INTERVIEW
The Women’s League has played a large but little understood role in the history of the ANC. Over the years it has been headed by some powerful women including Albertina Sisulu and Winnie Mandela...
 
 
 
 
 
 
The ANC Women’s League: Sex, Politics and Gender (Part 2)
AUTHOR INTERVIEW
The Women’s League has played a large but little understood role in the history of the ANC. Over the years it has been headed by some powerful women including Albertina Sisulu and Winnie Mandela...
 
 
25 Jun 2014
 
 
 
 
 
Justice – A Personal Account
AUTHOR INTERVIEW
Edwin Cameron’s gripping and revealing new book is part memoir and part ode to the law. The book opens at the funeral of Cameron’s sister Laura when he was just seven. His father was accompanied by...
 
 
05 Jun 2014
 
 
 
Notes From A Headmaster’s Desk: The Challenges of Education, Parenting and Teenagers
AUTHOR INTERVIEW
Marc Falconer is the first non-Jewish headmaster at King David High School Linksfield (Johannesburg) since its establishment in 1955. From his position as both headmaster and parent he provides...
 
 
04 Jun 2014
 
 
 
A Sportful Malice
AUTHOR INTERVIEW
When a young South African literary scholar, Michael Marcussi, is offered, via a Facebook contact, a house in the Tuscan village of Gianocini, he accepts with alacrity: this is just the space and...
 
 
30 May 2014
 
 
 
The New Radicals: A generational memoir of the 1970's
AUTHOR INTERVIEW
By the end of the 1960s, opposition to apartheid was in disarray. Yet in the space of a few short years, major and radical challenges developed that would set the country on a new path. This lively...
 
 
29 May 2014
 
 
 
Dragons & Butterflies: Sentenced to die, choosing to live
AUTHOR INTERVIEW
He didn’t fall in with a bad crowd. He was the bad crowd... Shani Krebs endured a tough childhood. Born to a family of Hungarian refugees, he grew up in a succession of dreary mining towns and...
 
 
23 May 2014
 
 
 
Opposite Mandela: Encounters with South Africa's icon
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“In the confiding, winningly self-deprecatory style that defines Leon’s authorial voice, he offers us a unique personal insight into Nelson Mandela and guides us, engagingly and provocatively,...
 
 
02 Apr 2014
 
 
 
Building peace from within: An examination of community-based peacebuilding and transitions in Africa
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A well-informed and timely volume, integrating peacebuilding approaches for transforming contemporary conflicts in Africa. Exploring the challenges and lessons in post-conflict recovery and...
 
 
17 Mar 2014
 
 
 
 
 
What's gone wrong? On the brink of a failed state
AUTHOR INTERVIEW
‘What's gone wrong?’ This is the question posed by Alex Boraine. A question on the lips of millions of South Africans. Boraine attempts to answer this urgent question from the vantage point of wide...
 
 
10 Mar 2014
 
 
 
Lost and Found in Johannesburg
AUTHOR INTERVIEW
When Mark Gevisser was a little boy, growing up in a apartheid South Africa, he was obsessed with maps, and with the Holmden’s Registry, Johannesburg’s Street Guide, in particular. He played a game...
 
 
17 Feb 2014
 
 
 
Re-imagining post-apartheid Yeoville Bellevue
AUTHOR INTERVIEW
Yeoville Bellevue is a dynamic and challenging part of the inner city of Johannesburg, which has gone through a series of dramatic socio-spacial changes, most notably from the late 1970s to the...
 
 
 
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