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Tell me your story – Ruda Landman

The Book Revue will be chatting to Ruda Landman at Piece, a lovely space in the Ellis Park Precinct. Ruda’s book Tell me your story is a series of interviews with people with stories we need to hear. “How can we know each other, or understand the whole of our reality,...

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Steal A Few Cents Book Launch

Join The Book Revue as we launch Rupert Smith’s book "Steal A Few Cents". The book is a thriller set on a coal mine – a world with which Rupert is well acquainted as he practised as a mining attorney in Johannesburg for the past 30 years. Mpho Mamela is found dead,...

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Breaking News – Jeremy Thompson

We are delighted to invite you to an evening with Jeremy Thompson,broadcaster extraordinaire. David O'Sullivan (ex -702 and now Kaya FM) will be in conversation with him and as you all know David is a consummate newshound and a fantastic interviewer. Jeremy Thompson...

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Through the eyes of an African chef

“Nompumelelo’s book is a celebration of South African food – a glimpse into the tradition of her ancestors and an introduction to ingredients that many of us are unfamiliar with but ought to know much more about. Reading 'Through The Eyes Of An African Chef' made me...

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Jacques Pauw – The President’s Keepers

Investigative journalist Jacques Pauw exposes the darkest secret at the heart of Jacob Zuma’s compromised government: a cancerous cabal that eliminates the president’s enemies and purges the law-enforcement agencies of good men and women.  As Zuma fights for his...

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Peter Harris

Join The Book Revue for dinner and listen to Peter Harris talk about his gripping new book, Bare Ground. A novel, set within the mining world of Johannesburg, the book looks with an ascerbic eye at the politics, power and money in post apartheid South Africa. Mistrust...

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Angela Makholwa – The Blessed Girl

Bontle Tau is beautiful, street smart and ambitious who would not be seen in last year’s models: clothes or car. Her lifestyle is funded by her blessers: Chubby Papa Jeff (under scrutiny from the Hawks), Teddy with tender connections in Limpopo, and the gorgeous Mr....

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Tony Park – The Cull

Tony Park writes exciting and action filled novels set in different countries in Africa. "The Cull" is his 14th novel and his passion still leaps off the page at you. His outrage at corruption and at poaching is intense and his delight and joy and extensive knowledge...

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LORENZO FIORAMONTI – Growth Economy

LORENZO FIORAMONTI is a professor of Political Economy at the University of Pretoria, where he directs the Centre for the Study of Governance Innovation (www.governanceinnovation.org). He also holds the UNESCO-UNU Chair in Regional Integration, Migration and Free...

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