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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,... →
13th April 2021 In his riveting new book, Future Tense, Tony Leon captures and analyses recent South African history, with a focus on the squandered and corrupted... →
12th April 2021 ‘I hope this book will be of value to those wanting to make a difference, or be the difference, in solving many challenges faced by our world... →
26th March 2021 Dr Abdullah Abdurahman (1872–1940) was the first person of colour ever to be elected to political office in South Africa. He represented some of... →
Battle of Bangui: The inside story of South Africa's worst military scandal since Apartheid – James Oatway
25th March 2021 In March 2013, South Africa suffered its worst military defeat since the end of apartheid. After a battle that lasted almost two days, 200 crack... →
23rd March 2021 Most South Africans have strong views on our past and present, often based on how we have been personally affected by history, and an understanding... →
15th March 2021 In 2020, the world found itself in a state of flux. A global pandemic disrupted the world order while the digital transformation that is the Fourth... →
4th March 2021 Corruption cost taxpayers around R1.5-trillion during Jacob Zuma’s spell as president of South Africa. Despite attempts by the police, the courts... →
3rd March 2021 Becoming Men is the story of 32 boys from Alexandra, one of Johannesburg’s largest townships, over a period of twelve seminal years in which they... →