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  • If It Had Not Been So...

    by

    IF IT HAD NOT BEEN SO, HOW WOULD IT HAVE BEEN? In this book I talk about the life and experiences that shaped my character from adolescent age to adulthood. There are tragedies that I faced and there were happy times too. The experiences I went ...


  • From The Frying Pan Into The Fire

    Memoir of a Zimbabwean by

    Told with clarity, humour and insight, From the Frying Pan into the Fire lets us look into the turbulent history of Zimbabwe through the eyes of a native Zimbabwean educator. Born in a rural village in 1965, in what was then Rhodesia, young Judith ...


  • Better Than Some, Worse Than Others

    The way it was: - Remembering the South African Border War in the 1980’s and 90’s. by

    Not yet seventeen, Wayne Webster, along with many young men around South Africa, abruptly leaves a life of relative peace and tranquility to fulfill his obligatory military service duties during the South African Border War. He has no idea what the ...


  • The Wrong Race

    In Apartheid-Racist South Africa by

    The persistent trauma of extreme, institutionalized racism can be expected to take its toll on anyone. But resilience, instead, is the main theme of Azra Daniel Francis’s latest book, a raw and deeply personal memoir that details his experience ...