The end of World War 2 was the turning point for the great European powers and a time when the US assumed the role of safeguarding Western civilisation
As far as books go in 2018, less is definitely more. Here’s a brief guide to a little bit of literature
The President is Missing is set for release early this month and seems a dead cert for success
Radical changes and interesting events in the shaping of the country are highlighted in a commemorative book that was recently sold on auction
Our thoughts on a novel everyone is talking about
Authors Joel Morris and Jason Hazeley have produced books on hipsters, taking sick days off work, dating, spouses and meetings
The Financial Mail grabbed five minutes with Brodie to talk inspiration, writing and reading in Afrikaans
New book gives a glimpse of an icon that has stood untouched for 20 years
Have a flick through the The Garden of Babylonstoren and be reminded of what money and taste can buy
Was the defeat of the British troops at Majuba the result of a mistaken belief that the Boers’ military power was weak?
The first SA motorists had to import their own petrol, and some drivers were able to choose vehicles that could easily be fixed by the village blacksmith
A detailed history of Hillbrow, its people and its bohemian lifestyle
A great book that looks at every SA innovation and inventions
The battles fought by the Light Horse Cavalcade ranged from conflict in SA at the start of the Anglo-Boer War to clashes in North Africa and surroundings ...