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  • 32 Battalionby Piet Nortje

    Random House Struik 2010; US$ 18.00

    Every war has at least one - a unit so different, so daring, that it becomes the stuff of which legends are made and heroes are born. Among the South African forces fighting in Angola from 1975 to 1989, that unit was 32 Battalion. Founded in utmost secrecy from the vanquished remnants of a foreign rebel movement, undefeated in 12 years of front-line... more...

  • Eish, but is it English?by Rajend Mesthrie

    Random House Struik 2011; US$ 10.00

    "What makes South African English different? Have you ever wondered where the words ?gogga?, ?tsotsi? and ?larney? come from? Did you know that the first sentence uttered by a South African in English may have been spoken by a Khoikhoi man in 1613? South African English is unique and is made up of several varieties. This entertaining and informative... more...

  • Savourby Marc Hirschowitz

    Random House Struik 2011; US$ 21.00

    Savour takes the reader/cook on an enticing journey that engages more than just the sense of taste. Featuring over 200 recipes for easy, stylish entertaining with a quirky twist as well as family meals, this cookbook?s chapters are titled with just one word to capture the essence of each chapter. more...

  • The Million-Rand Teaspoonby Nikki Ridley

    Random House Struik 2011; US$ 10.00

    ?When I saw Lee cook up the paregoric, strap the tourniquet around her arm and put the needle into her vein, I was instantly captivated by a ritual that would eventually come to dominate my existence. But of course I didn?t know that then. I just wanted to try it.? - Paul Bateman ?I will never forget that little teaspoon. It was the only remaining... more...

  • Straight Talkby Maureen Collins

    Random House Struik 2010; US$ 10.00

    The quality of our relationships, both at work and in other areas of our lives, is defined by the quality of our conversations. Every manager knows what difficult conversations feel like: with employees who consistently underperform, with senior managers who give destructive feedback, or with toxic colleagues whose behaviour poisons the workplace.... more...

  • An Unpopular Warby JH Thompson

    Random House Struik 2011; US$ 10.00

    In the 1970s, 1980s and early 1990s, hundreds of thousands of young men were called up for military service, most of them going through extreme physical training and many being sent to fight the war in northern Namibia and Angola. This book is a collection of reflections and memories of that time, collected by JH Thompson, who interviewed numerous... more...

  • Boer Boyby Chris Schoeman

    Random House Struik 2010; US$ 10.00

    Boer Boy is the touching true story of a ten-year- old farm boy?s traumatic but fascinating experiences during the Anglo-Boer War of 1899-1902. When Charles du Preez and his father were discovered hiding in the mountains of their eastern Free State farm, they were taken prisoner by the English and transported in open coal trucks to Durban. From there... more...

  • Missing & Murderedby Alan Morris

    Random House Struik 2011; US$ 10.00

    Missing & Murdered lays bare the fascinating world of forensic anthropology. As the popularity of TV programmes such as the CSI trilogy and Silent Witness attests, people are fascinated by forensic science as a means of solving crimes, and in this book Alan G. Morris follows the pathway into forensics via the fields of anthropology and anatomy. He... more...

  • Behind the Badgeby Andrew Faull

    Random House Struik 2010; US$ 6.00

    Every South African has a strong opinion on crime and policing, but most know very little about the lives and experiences of the average cop in the 185 000-strong South African Police Service. This book is composed of excerpts from interviews with current and former members of the service who, for the first time, share their personal experiences of... more...

  • Mugabe en die wit Afrikaanby Ben Freeth

    Random House Struik 2011; US$ 10.00

    Sedert president Mugabe in 2000 sy gewelddadige grondbeslagleggingsprogram van stapel gestuur het, is duisende wit boere en hul gesinne gedwing om al hul besittings agter te laat en uit Zimbabwe te vlug. Ben Freeth en sy skoonpa, Mike Campbell, wat meer as dertig jaar lank op hul eie grond gewoon en geboer het, was egter nie van plan om bes te gee... more...