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8th December 2023 As a disillusioned young lawyer dealing with the debts, deaths and divorces of his firm’s clients, the negativity of the profession slowly starts... →
5th December 2023 Bush Brothers is not about special forces or heroic, secret missions. Instead, it is an intimate look at the daily life of ordinary soldiers – and... →
The Thabo Bester Story: The Facebook Rapist, the Celebrity Doctor and the Escape from Cell 35 – Marecia Damons & Daniel Steyn
24th November 2023 It is the quintessential crime story: murder, rape, cons, an improbable love affair, a prison break, a burnt body, a coffin filled with meat, a... →
16th November 2023 Every day more than three women in South Africa, on average, are murdered by their male intimate partners. This book looks at the stories of South... →
15th November 2023 “Let us, then, set off together on a series of journeys around South Africa with an old kitbag full of books instead of maps to guide us. Let us... →
9th November 2023 Born in the same year as Prince Charles and the state of Israel, Lew Geffen was always destined to have an eventful and controversial life. Driven... →
8th November 2023 'Good Jew, Bad Jew' is a critique by one of South Africa’s foremost political theorists of mainstream understandings of Jewishness. Steven Friedman... →
These Potatoes Look Like Humans: The contested future of land, home and death in South Africa – Mbuso Nkosi
6th November 2023 These Potatoes Look Like Humans critiques the narrow materialist and legalistic arguments about the land question to recognise that, for most Black... →
3rd November 2023 Coloured as an ethnicity and racial demographic is intertwined in the creation of the South Africa we have today. Yet often, Coloured communities... →
31st October 2023 Since populist factions claim to be the people, judges confronting them do not just decide against the people; they are against the people. The... →