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NO GYM FITNESS By Ance Auzina
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Even on the busiest day it is possible to find time and place to move a little. The described exercises may be performed anywhere – at home while watching TV, at work, while driving in a car or... More > even in public transport.< Less
NO GYM FITNESS By Ance Auzina
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Even on the busiest day it is possible to find time and place to move a little. The described exercises may be performed anywhere – at home while watching TV, at work, while driving in a car or... More > even in public transport.< Less
PERCEPTION AND PRACTICE OF ANC CARE IN KARNATAKA By Dr. A.G. Khan, Miss M.N. Sultanpur
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All the empirical studies review indicate that a lot of work has been done in the field of family welfare in comparison with reproductive health care services in comparison with ... More > acceptance of female terminal methods. The available literature on the latter highlights that there are studies which deal either exclusively with family welfare services or with utilization of child immunization services. Very few studies are available which have tried to cover the antenatal care and its related issues. The present study therefore makes an attempt to comer the aspects, i.,e., knowledge and utilization of reproductive health services in terms of antenatal care.< Less
My Photo Book By VELABAHLEKE VILAKAZI
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This cartoon book is meant to basically capture the ANC political event, that has come to be a continuing scourge on our societal psyche since since the advent of its mother's poisonous womb of... More > Polokwane; as citizens of South Africa and add an antidote of caricature into a most murky space, so as to help us continue to cope with what I call the Pol-kwaai/Mangeyahoo factor.< Less
My Calendar By VELABAHLEKE VILAKAZI
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The Calendar is meant to commemorate the close of the African National Congress's Centenary year by highlighting the sadness of closing it with the Mangaung Factor now an endemic part of our... More > political and social life;exacerbated by the Marikana tragedy that visited upon our lives this year giving us a new black Christmas during a Democratic rule.< Less
Rivonia Unmasked! By Lauritz Strydom
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First published in 1965, this book was the white South African government’s official version of the famous 1963-1964 “Rivonia Treason Trial” which saw 8 top South African Communist... More > Party and African National Congress leaders, Nelson Mandela included, sentenced to life imprisonment for an incredible plan to seize power by violence in South Africa and turn it into a Marxist state. Evidence at the trial showed that the Communist parties in the Soviet Union, Algeria, China, Czechoslovakia and East Germany all actively supported the plot and that the ANC was completely dominated by the SACP. The value of this book is not restricted to now-suppressed revelations on the ANC/SACP axis. It also vividly demonstrates how the Apartheid government was out of touch with reality, believing firmly that the ANC did not represent the majority of black people and that it was “only” the Communists who were the problem. It was a delusion that would cost White South Africa dearly.< Less
Rivonia Unmasked! By Lauritz Strydom
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First published in 1965, this book was the white South African government’s official version of the famous 1963-1964 “Rivonia Treason Trial” which saw 8 top South African Communist... More > Party and African National Congress leaders, Nelson Mandela included, sentenced to life imprisonment for an incredible plan to seize power by violence in South Africa and turn it into a Marxist state. Evidence at the trial showed that the Communist parties in the Soviet Union, Algeria, China, Czechoslovakia and East Germany all actively supported the plot and that the ANC was completely dominated by the SACP. The value of this book is not restricted to now-suppressed revelations on the ANC/SACP axis. It also vividly demonstrates how the Apartheid government was out of touch with reality, believing firmly that the ANC did not represent the majority of black people and that it was “only” the Communists who were the problem. It was a delusion that would cost White South Africa dearly.< Less
Africa will always break your heart! By Gert Hugo
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Gerrie Hugo was born in South Africa and grew up in this country during the years of Apartheid. As the middle son of a non-commissioned army officer, he soaked up the military mindset in hardcore... More > training camps, such as Oudtshoorn and Bloemfontein. Preparing for battle against the Rooi Gevaar (Red Peril) and the Swart Gevaar (Black Peril) he was determined to save his country. As a colonel in the military he played a role in the ‘border war’ conducted in Angola and Namibia as well as the low intensity war waged within the boundaries of South Africa. Faced with the corruption and lies fed to military and civilian people, Hugo finally lost his blinkers and became disillusioned with the system he was fighting for. During the critical years of transition towards the New South Africa the truth dawned upon him — the ‘enemy’ was not at the borders of his beloved country, but within the very military system he had trusted all his life.< Less
Freedom Park: Roots and Solutions By Willem Steenkamp
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Willem Steenkamp looks at the controversy surrounding the non-inclusion of the names of the SADF on the Freedom Park Memorial. He examines the roots of the issue and comes up with some ideas for a... More > solution.< Less
Africa will always break your heart By Gert Hugo
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Gerrie Hugo was born in South Africa and grew up in this country during the years of Apartheid. As the middle son of a non-commissioned army officer, he soaked up the military mindset in hardcore... More > training camps, such as Oudtshoorn and Bloemfontein. Preparing for battle against the Rooi Gevaar (Red Peril) and the Swart Gevaar (Black Peril) he was determined to save his country. As a colonel in the military he played a role in the ‘border war’ conducted in Angola and Namibia as well as the low intensity war waged within the boundaries of South Africa. Faced with the corruption and lies fed to military and civilian people, Hugo finally lost his blinkers and became disillusioned with the system he was fighting for. During the critical years of transition towards the New South Africa the truth dawned upon him — the ‘enemy’ was not at the borders of his beloved country, but within the very military system he had trusted all his life.< Less