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Surviving The Game; South African Style

“The Fraternity is comprised exclusively of very wealthy, needless to say white, Afrikaans. It’s a small very tight closed group; we estimate that there are no more than ten or so core members. Between them they have controlling interests in pretty well every heavy industrial group in South Africa, and through their broader network of … Continue reading

Slice of Life in South African Mid”K”night

This collection of stories brings the readers a lot closer to the hot, sticky, blood thinning, but temperate climate of South Africa. With the multicultural, multilingual, and wide variety of religions found in South Africa, this anthology of stories gives the audience a little taste of the country’s eclectic mix. Some stories have a distinguished … Continue reading

What Lies Beneath…

“The crack appeared at the bottom of the swimming pool on 1 January 1976… Oh God, Janet’s hand flew to her mouth. Hektor-Jan would go mad. They had never budgeted for something like this. He did not like little surprises like this. Memories of car bumpers she had scratched, jagged rainbows which Shelley had drawn … Continue reading

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