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“A terrific, uproarious story about the pluckiest, most ham-fisted, naïve, fun-loving and articulate couple ever to set off in a kayak.”  – John Platter

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Fordsburg Fighter traces an extraordinary physical journey – from home in South Africa, to training in Czechoslovakia and the ANC’s Kongwa camp in Tanzania to England. The book is both a significant contribution to opening up the hidden history of exile, and a
documentation of Cajee’s emotional odyssey from idealism to disillusionment.
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May I Have This Dance tells the courageous and moving story of Connie Manse Ngcaba, who grew up in the Eastern Cape, where she became a nurse, community figurehead and a leading voice of dissent against the apartheid regime.

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“I need to protect Mum and Dad to take on their pain, but I don’t know how to. I am not a hero like my Dad and my Mum. I am not as brave. The world is a threatening place…

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In October 2009 Sonja Kruse quit her job, gave her car away and left the familiar behind to embark on a year-long journey across South Africa to prove that the spirit of uBuntu was alive in the country. She became known as ‘The uBuntu Girl’.

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What’s it like being a woman in Cape Town? An organisation called WOMAN ZONE decided to find out. Over the course of a year they went to visit thirteen women in thirteen very different communities and invited them to tell their personal stories.

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