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15th June 2021 This new second edition contains updated material on the impact of Covid-19 on stress and leadership – one year down the line, as well as input... →
10th June 2021 Provocative, insightful and brilliantly written by Professor Wahbie Long, Nation on the Couch explores life in our beloved country through the lens... →
9th June 2021 Thambi Naidoo and his Family: Struggle for a Non-Racial Democracy is a poignant and well-documented account of a family, through four generations... →
27th May 2021 Sunday, 9 November 1952. It should be remembered as a day of infamy in South Africa’s history but few know of a brutal massacre when police opened... →
25th May 2021 Why has land reform been such a failure in South Africa? Will expropriation without compensation solve the problem? What can be done to get the... →
14th May 2021 I wanted to write this book before I forgot the finer details. As strange as that may sound, you can forget these things, and it is probably... →
6th May 2021 From ‘Yebo, Gogo’ and ‘Glug, glug’ to ‘Sgudi Snaysi’, South Africa has produced unforgettable ads over the years. Borrowing from music, sports,... →