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How Far We Slaves Have Come | Biography: Historical, Political & Military

Nelson Mandela , Fidel Castro

Two world renowned revolutionary icons, Nelson Mandela and Fidel Castro, meet for the first time in Cuba 1991. This book is the collection of their speeches from that auspicious day. Speaking at a rally, Mandela credits Cuba’s military support and involvement in Angola, and comments on Cuba’s assistance to debilitate the US-backed South African army, which resulted in the acceleration in the fight to bring down the apartheid government. Castro...

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Affluenza | Short Stories & Fiction Anthologies

Niq Mhlongo

Niq Mhlongo returns with a collection of short stories that cover the span of our democracy: crime, xenophobia, racism and homophobia, the new black elite, land...

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Che Guevara Talks to Young People | Biography

Ernesto Che Guevara

Between 1959 and 1964, freedom fighter Che Guevara delivered a number of speeches to youth groups and students to inspire and educate them about the revolution....

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Soetloop | General Fiction

E. Kotze

The early 20th century on SA’s West Coast. Little Kattie overhears the family gossip; forebears cheated of ground and her father’s bed in the spare room. As...

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Thomas Sankara Speaks | Biography

Thomas Sankara

When Thomas Sankara gained power he worked towards the expulsion of colonialism in Burkina Faso. His foreign policies were centred on anti-imperialism and...

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Latest News

03 November 2015
R.I.P Johan van Wyk

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02 November 2015
Nathan Trantraal wins Ingrid Jonker Prize

Nathan Trantraal, with his debut Chokers en survivors (Kwela), was recently announced the winner of the Ingrid Jonker Prize 2015.

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Author Focus

Kenneth de Kok

Kenneth de Kok was born in Johannesburg in 1949 and spent his boyhood in Stilfontein, a gold-mining town in the Western Transvaal (now North West Province). He...

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