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101 Water Wise Ways

101 Water Wise Ways

by Moffett, Helen

This book, a “can-do” collection of more than 101 water-wise tips, is a guide to changing your relationship with water. Long-term, immediate, big, small, from the sensible to the quirky, from kitchens to bathrooms, businesses to institutions, there’s something here for everyone...

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Abundance

Abundance

by van der Westhuizen, Marlene

In Marlene van der Westhuizen's latest cookbook she shares the abundance of living simply in her hometown of Cape Town. With all the elegance of her French cookbooks, Delectable and Sumptuous, Abundance sets the standard for easy city living with flair and style...

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Andrew Levy's Labour Law In Practice

Andrew Levy's Labour Law In Practice

by Levy, Andrew

South African businesses need to be aware of the complexities of South African labour law, whether they employ one person or 1 000 people, they are governed by these laws. In this accessible guide, South Africa's foremost expert on the subject helps employers through the employment minefield...

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A Bantu in My Bathroom

A Bantu in My Bathroom

by McKaiser, Eusebius

Why are South Africans so uncomfortable with deep disagreement? Why do is their such a high level of intolerance for people with opposing views? Eusebius McKaiser is on a mission to raise the level of debate in South Africa. He provokes readers from their comfort zones and lures them into the debates that shape opinions and society...

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The Battle for Cosatu

The Battle for Cosatu

by Craven, Patrick

From his early start as a passionate pro-labour and anti-apartheid campaigner in Britain in the 1960s, to championing and defending the rights of workers in South Africa for the last 30 years, Patrick Craven first served as the editor of the Congress of South African Trade Union's magazine, then rose through the ranks of the Congress to become National Spokesperson...

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Begin Jou Eie Besigheid

Begin Jou Eie Besigheid

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In tye van onsekerheid en verandering, is die veiligste plek vir jou toekoms as dit in jou eie hande le. Baie Suid-Afrikaners wil graag entrepreneurs word, maar hulle is nie altyd seker waar om te begin nie. Entrepreneurskap hou baie geleenthede in, maar daar is ook slaggate wat jy moet vermy om seker te maak jy kry die beste uit jou nuwe besigheid...

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Black Like You

Black Like You

by Mashaba, Herman

Herman Mashaba rose from humble beginnings to become one of South Africa’s wealthiest and best-known entrepreneurs, and the Executive Mayor of Johannesburg - Africa's largest and most important city. This is his story. His remarkable story begins in a small village in Gauteng, South Africa, where we meet the cocky youngster who refused to settle for a future that offered nothing...

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Capitalist Crusader

Capitalist Crusader

by Mashaba, Herman

‘When I had to give up my university studies 35 years ago I was so angry that I wanted to leave South Africa, get military training and an AK47 and come back to kill evil white people … I’m just as angry now as I feel my economic freedom is under threat, but I’m staying to fight for what I believe in...

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Could I Vote DA?

Could I Vote DA?

by McKaiser, Eusebius

Helen Zille said of Eusebius McKaiser: 'Don't give him oxygen. He wants a controversy. Narcissism in extremis. Attention seeking.' (Twitter, September 2013) McKaiser says of Zille: 'I think Helen Zille is a good leader.' ... but he also says: 'She is the wrong person to have a crack at leading the party to a victory against the ANC beyond 2014'...

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Death By Carbs

Death By Carbs

by Nick, Paige

When someone kills dieting guru, Professor Tim Noakes, Detective Bennie September has more suspects than solutions.  It’s not a whodunit, it’s a who-donut. Banting culture, otherwise known as the HFLC lifestyle (high fat, low carb), spearheaded by Professor Tim Noakes, has exploded in South Africa and is soon to hit the world...

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Decadent Dinners

Decadent Dinners

by van der Westhuizen, Marlene

Marlene van der Westhuizen, celebrated author of Delectable and Sumptuous, shares her favourite recipes for decadent dinners with friends and family in this accessible little book. There are recipes for formal dinners around a beautifully laid table with all your best cutlery and glassware, but also for casual meals served in front of the fire on a cold winter's evening...

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Delectable

Delectable

by van der Westhuizen, Marlene

The day one sets foot in France you can take it from me, pure happiness begins ... Nancy Mitford A passion for food is a gift that I love to share ... with rolled up sleeves and my hands covered in flour, a rather messy glass of superb red on the side...

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Delightful Desserts

Delightful Desserts

by van der Westhuizen, Marlene

Marlene van der Westhuizen, acclaimed food author and chef, gave us her favorite lunch and dinner recipes in Lazy Lunches and Decadent Dinners. But Marlene has saved the best for last -- the desserts. Abandon the diet and join Marlene on an indulgent journey through her favourite mouth-watering desserts...

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The Democratic Republic of Braai

The Democratic Republic of Braai

by Braai, Jan

‘It is your democratic right to eat properly braaied (barbequed) food. The Democratic Republic of Braai is wherever you gather around fires with friends and family for a celebration of the nation. Where conversations are had and stories are shared. It is a place where you never have to suffer from badly braaied food...

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The Disruptors 2

The Disruptors 2

by Myres, Kerrin

Following the success of 2016’s The Disruptors comes the next book on social entrepreneurs and social enterprises. Interest in the social enterprise movement by the formal business sector is growing, as social entrepreneurs often operate in highly complex and constrained environments and offer corporates and other businesses the opportunity to learn new ways of managing and leading...

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The Disruptors

The Disruptors

by Krige, Kerryn

Can business change the world? Can the world change business? For a new breed of social entrepreneurs, striving to build and grow enterprises that fight social ills, foster opportunity, and help to improve society, the answer is not can, it’s must. Impassioned by purpose, driven by dreams, emboldened by ideals, social entrepreneurs imagine a better way to a better world...

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Effective Investor

Effective Investor

by Busetti, Franco

Why is the South African stock market important? First, it is classified as an emerging market. However, while the country shows emerging characteristics, its stock market is highly developed. It is one of the oldest stock exchanges in the world and is the eighteenth largest in the world in terms of market capitalisation and trade...

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Eyes in the Night

Eyes in the Night

by Mathiane, Nomavenda

‘1879, the year in which I grew up faster than I could shout my name. That year was the one in which we experienced events and encounters that no one, particularly a child, should ever witness. It was also the year my people lost everything – their land and fields – and were reduced to being vagrants and beggars in the land of their birth...

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Finance Your Own Business

Finance Your Own Business

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Essential guidance for South African entrepreneurs running a small business. This book provides information on finance for business in three parts: An introduction to financial concepts for non-financial people -- income statements, balance sheets, interpretation of financial information, cash flow and budgeting...

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Free Fall

Free Fall

by Ray, Malcolm

Free Fall recounts how  and why the present education crisis in South Africa has become the leading cause for black university students...

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Great South African Teachers

Great South African Teachers

by Jansen, Jonathan

At a time when newspapers are full of the woes of the South African education system and stories of teachers who let the children in their classes down, this book shows that this is not the whole picture; it is a celebration of heroic teachers who have struggled against great odds to give their students a chance of success...

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A Handful of Summers

A Handful of Summers

by Forbes, Gordon

From beginnings on a gravel court on a farm in rural South Africa, Gordon Forbes went on to travel the world with his long-time tennis partner Abe Segal during the late 1950s and early 60s: the glory days of Fred Perry, Roy Emerson and Virginia Wade...

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How to Fix South Africa's Schools

How to Fix South Africa's Schools

by Jansen, Jonathan

South Africa has an education crisis, despite the fact that the government spends the biggest slice of its budget on education, more than any other African country. And yet the crisis persists...

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I'll Take the Sunny Side

I'll Take the Sunny Side

by Forbes, Gordon

‘Our lunches have become tradition. We take our places, pullovers guarding against draughts, pills taken – some to prevent things happening, others to make things happen. We’ve all had modest beginnings, fought the good fight, had hopes, dreams, good line-calls and bad ones, always kept a best foot forward...

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Imtiaz Sooliman and the Gift of the Givers

Imtiaz Sooliman and the Gift of the Givers

by Morton, Shafiq

Imtiaz Sooliman, a medical doctor practising in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, visited a Shaikh in Istanbul in 1992. The Sufi teacher gave him a message that would dramatically change the lives of countless people. ‘To my absolute astonishment he told me I would help people for the rest of my life...

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Ka-Boom!

Ka-Boom!

by Crocker, Gareth

Gareth has published half a dozen novels, made a horror film, run a 90 kilometre race in which he bled through his shoes, successfully failed to play right wing for Manchester United, attempted the Olympics at 38, wrestled a ghost, been the spokesperson for a company whose head office exploded, been run over by a Honda, survived two almost plane crashes and is currently filming a superhero TV...

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Key Financial Skills

Key Financial Skills

by Brown, Brian

Most managers and entrepreneurs end up in jobs or running companies where financial skills are critical to survival, but many do not have the basic understanding of money matters that is needed. Key financial skills is written in an easy-to-follow style to help the reader master what could be quite intimidating information...

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Kuierkos vir die Aand

Kuierkos vir die Aand

by van der Westhuizen, Marlene

Marlene van der Westhuizen, bekende skrywer van Delectable en Sumptuous, deel haar gunsteling-resepte vir lang, rustige aandetes saam met vriende en familie. Hierdie toeganklike boekie bevat idees vir formele etes met mooi gedekte tafels, maar ook vir knus, informele etes om die kaggel op 'n koue wintersaand...

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Lampedusa Pie

Lampedusa Pie

by Burgener, Andrea

An obsession with food. A nostalgia for the taste of childhood. Living in a fractured and constantly shifting city. These are the strands that South African chef, Andrea Burgener, weaves together to create an irresistibly quirky collection of recipes in Lampedusa Pie. Andrea describes herself as a magpie cook attracted to an eclectic combination of tastes that evoke her world...

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Lazy Lunches

Lazy Lunches

by van der Westhuizen, Marlene

Marlene van der Westhuizen, celebrated author of Delectable and Sumptuous, shares her favorite recipes for long lazy lunches with friends and family in this accessible little book. There are recipes for summer lunches in the garden and winter lunches in front of the fire, a casual kitchen lunch with family or a romantic lunch on the Victorian balcony of her home...

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Legendary Safari Guides

Legendary Safari Guides

by Cazenove, Susie

Twenty-four safari guides are profiled by experienced safari travel promoter, Susie Cazenove. She tells us their stories of adventure and dreams – of following their passion into the wild and of making their guests see Africa in a new light...

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Letters to My Children

Letters to My Children

by Jansen, Jonathan

It started as advice to his own two children entering adulthood, it spread to his students at the University of the Free State and now tens of thousands of his followers of Twitter and Facebook wait for Jonathan Jansen's words of wisdom every day. Each day Jansen (@JJ_UFS) writes a Letter to my children -- a nugget of advice on life, love and becoming a compassionate, thinking human being...

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