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Anzacs & Springboks on Mediterranean Shores By Denis Montgomery
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This book is a highly personal memoir and commentary on the service of Australian and South African forces during WWI at Gallipoli and WWII in North Africa.
Ikroti (pb) By Tim Salmon
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The story of a South African family told in photographs. Includes graphic photos of a "traditional" circumcision. Not for the squeamish.
African Assignment By Theo Engela
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Theo Engela’s short stories were set in the South African bushveld and society of the 1950’s and 60’s, providing a fresh look at a world now long vanished. Using imagery and place... More > names unfamiliar to folk living in the 21st century, the author shows us a simpler, less complicated world filled with wonder and mystery, where crime could still be perfect and the world lived fearfully under the ever-present threat of the Cold War. Mesmerizing African folklore and almost-vanished cultures stand side by side. Rounded off in his own unique style, he displays a biting sense of humour and acidic irony in his work, which would probably not seem out of place in a Hitchcock serial or even in the Twilight Zone. Published in local magazines of that time, they were dramatized for local radio in the 60’s and 70’s. Only 12 remain – those that feature here – lovingly compiled, revised and edited by his daughter Christina.< Less
African Assignment By Theo Engela
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Theo Engela’s short stories were set in the South African bushveld and society of the 1950’s and 60’s, providing a fresh look at a world now long vanished. Using imagery and place... More > names unfamiliar to folk living in the 21st century, the author shows us a simpler, less complicated world filled with wonder and mystery, where crime could still be perfect and the world lived fearfully under the ever-present threat of the Cold War. Mesmerizing African folklore and almost-vanished cultures stand side by side. Rounded off in his own unique style, he displays a biting sense of humour and acidic irony in his work, which would probably not seem out of place in a Hitchcock serial or even in the Twilight Zone. Published in local magazines of that time, they were dramatized for local radio in the 60’s and 70’s. Only 12 remain – those that feature here – lovingly compiled, revised and edited by his daughter Christina.< Less
A Glimpse of Namibia, 2015 Calendar By Malcolm Smith
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Presenting a tantalizing glimpse of the remote and beautiful scenery of Namibia, this calendar intends nothing more than an introduction. Parched deserts, antelope, elephants,red sand dunes, ostrich,... More > and a seal. Photographs taken in September of 2010. Cover photograph not repeated as a monthly image. Please see preview< Less