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Fatima Meer | Biography

At just 17, Fatima Meer threw herself into resisting racism, her first public act of defiance in a long and pioneering political life. Despite assassination attempts, she persevered on the courageous path she had chosen. In this intimate memoir, Fatima Meer shares her story of growing up and of love, joy, longing and loss. As Meer open-heartedly reflects on her regrets as well as her triumphs, an enchanting tale emerges of a rebellious,...

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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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Alles het niet kom wôd | Poetry & Poetry Anthologies

A new collection by a controversial Afrikaans poet. In Alles het niet kom wôd Nathan Trantraal writes with the same vigour and enthusiasm of his debut, Chokers...

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Bending the Rules | Biography: Historical, Political & Military

Rafique Gangat

Bending the Rules is a colourful collection of anecdotes from Rafique Gangat’s extraordinary life. South Africa’s first diplomat of colour, Gangat first worked...

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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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