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Jacana Mole
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Hennie van Vuuren Aug 21
The beauty of democracy lies in our achievement of the seemingly impossible: this happened today. Thanks to a massive collective effort by civil society a wise bench of Judges blocked the arms deal cover up. Sleep uneasily arms corporations & crooked politicos. You are next.
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The Cheeky Natives Aug 19
We are also excited to add books to our library. The covers are stunning.
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Sisonke Msimang Aug 19
is a test media can’t afford to fail. Those who were fearless in calling out and the cannot ignore the evidence: Ramaphosa’s team played dirty to win at conference by paying key supporters and journalists cum PR consultants.
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Mapule Mohulatsi Aug 13
A short story I wrote appears in this very beautiful anthology 😍. Really happy to see that the story shares company with so many writers and visual artists I look up to 🧡. It's out in September!
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Jacana Mole Aug 18
What a day to announce the book! It’s going to fly, just feeling this rugby vibes....
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Koshiek Karan Aug 13
Replying to @iamkoshiek
Reference Note: Here's the screenshots of how I downloaded this info.
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Pluto Press Aug 16
Pluto was founded in 1969, amidst growing political consciousness and radical politics that marked the late 1960s. Featuring interviews Pluto's past and present, this documentary explores 50 years of radical publishing:
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The Bookseller Aug 17
Children's books account for just 4.9% of review space, despite making up a third of the market, according to data from : (£)
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Nadia Goetham Aug 9
Please buy this book. Excellent!
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Nadia Goetham Jul 25
Yes!!! So exciting!!!
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Charl Blignaut Jul 24
Books -> Look at this fascinating thing that arrived, a novel by 29-year-old Rwandan-born Namibian writer Rémy Ngamije
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Chantelle and Burgen Jul 24
Our brand new children's book with and debut authors and Mathabo Tlali is OUT NOW!! Whoo-hooo!! 😀
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Jacana Mole Jul 23
What an investment..
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The Indigo Press Jul 22
Many congratulations to , who has been shortlisted for the 2019 Alan Paton Award for Non-Fiction for These Bones Will Rise Again. 'Spins history, mythology and personal experience into an evocative telling of the "coup that was not a coup"'
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Publishing Studies Jul 22
Have you been on the underground bookseller tour to experience the thriving book trade in Jozi CBD?
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Jacana Mole Jul 22
What a remarkable collection of writers, and books. So proud!
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Michele Magwood Jul 20
The 2019 Sunday Times Literary Awards shortlists via
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Jacana Mole Jul 20
Wonderful news, such a great world to enter. Fly BlackBird , Fly.
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Nadia Goetham Jul 18
This is happening tonight at Sandton. Come join us! 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽 📚📚
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Jacana Mole Jul 17
Replying to @thabisobonita
In our hearts, so impossible to comprehend the loss. We send love and strength.
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