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Wallop! An Advertising Phenonemon called Rightford, Searle-Tripp & Makin | Autobiography: Business

Toni Younghusband

Ogilvy South Africa’s origins lie with a little hot shop in Cape Town founded by Bob Rightford, Brian Searle-Tripp and Roger Makin in 1976. They arrived on the South African advertising scene with an energy and passion that made them the industry’s hottest property. At the time, South Africa was tearing itself apart, and many people were eager to embrace a new value system they could believe in – no bullshit, no...

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World War One and the People of South Africa | Military History

Bill Nasson

Although World War One did not bring Zeppelin airships to threaten South African skies, or invading foreign soldiers to march through its towns, its inhabitants...

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City Girl en die swart hings | Young Adult Fiction

Marga Jonker

Nicole is upset because she has to accompany her mum, a marine biologist, on a research trip to the West Coast. But there is a mysterious wild horse which...

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Die engel rook skelm | General Fiction

Kristel Loots

 Dezi brings shame over her family by quitting her studies – she can’t even finish BA Get-A-Man, while her brilliant mother is addicted to studying! But Dezi...

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26 October 2014
Winners of the Sanlam Awards 2014 announced

Tafelberg and Sanlam announced the winners of this year's Sanlam Prize for Youth Literature at an event in Cape Town on 26 October. Catgory for English: ...

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02 October 2014
Times Literary Supplement praises Lindie Koorts' Rise of Afrikaner Nationalism

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Bill Nasson

Bill Nasson is one of South Africa's leading historians and is presently a distinguished professor of history at the University of Stellenbosch. Previously, he...

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