I Love You I Hate You
Bradley Kirshenbaum is the brains behind the iconic Joburg brand Love Jozi, and co-founder of the famous Market on Main in Maboneng. His graphic designs inspired by Joburg's streets, landmarks and distinctive...
View From City Hall : Reflections on governing Cape Town
In this world of Metropolis, cities are where most people live and mayors emerge as the enablers of innovation and progress. They get things done. Patricia and Craig take us...
My first Book: SA Frogs Bk & Cd Tarrant Jeanne
Frogs are appealing and colourful creatures. Children may be familiar with stages of the frog’s curious life cycle, and see their eggs or tadpoles in local streams; and everyone has...
2 Summers Gauteng52 Challenge by Heather Mason
52 weeks, 52 places visited in Gauteng. A photographic journey of our beautiful province, captured in the moment by 2summers blogger Heather Mason.
Hidden Cape Town
by Paul Duncan and Alain Proust
A unique look 'inside' 30 of Cape Town's most notable buildings. If you have ever wondered what lies behind an interesting facade, or wished you could peek behind a closed...
Almost Sleeping My Way to Timbuktu by Sihle Khumalo
Travelling in West Africa by public transport, Sihle Khumalo turned a wish list into an itinerary. The plans for his trip were lean on practical detail, but grand in concept:...
Awesome South Africa : The Best, Greatest, Craziest, Biggest and Funniest (hardcover)
By Derry Campbell used, good condition The best, greatest, craziest, biggest and funniest. Awesome South Africa will intrigue you, make you laugh, astonish and astound you. This entertaining compilation on...
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My First Book of SA Birds V2
Following the success of My first book of Southern African Birds, volume 2 introduces a further 58 fascinating birds found at the seashore, rivers and lakes, in grasslands and forests, and...
Africa, Amazing Africa: Country by Country
Discover the amazing diversity of the African continent in this beautiful book, with words by Atinuke and lively illustrations from Mouni Feddag. Atinuke’s first non-fiction title is a major publishing...
Hardly Working, by Zukiswa Wanner
In Hardly Working: A Travel Memoir of Sorts, Zukiswa Wanner faces the challenges of travelling by road and crossing several borders while being a Zambian-born South African who lives in Kenya...
My First Book: SA Creepy-Crawlies Uys Charmaine
My first book of Southern African creepy-crawlies is the newest title in this children's series, and a companion to its sister edition on Southern African Insects. The title covers 58...
Fossils for Africa
his book explores Africa's incredibly rich fossil heritage and shows the importance of these fossils in unravelling the history of life on Earth.
Traditional fishing methods of Africa
Fishing is one of the most ancient forms of hunting and has spawned an astonishing variety of innovative methods and equipment used to outwit and catch fishes and other aquatic...
Just Add Dust: Overland from Cape to Cairo by Justin Fox , Mike Copeland, Cameron Ewart-Smith ,
This collection of portraits of women at the Cape brings to life some extraordinary personalities from the early day of the settlement. Cape Town was a wild frontier town, attracting...
The Joburg Book by Nechama Brodie
Johannesburg: a city of thieves and dreamers, home to more than four million inhabitants spread out over an area larger than greater London... An engaging and authoritative history that follows...
Everest Untold Patrick Conroy was only 23 in 1996 when Radio 702 chose him to travel to Mount Everest in Nepal to cover what was to become the greatest tragedy...
Tracking Bubu: Or, How Threats of Disinheritance Caused Me to Set Off for the Jungle in Search of Happiness, Gorillas and Perhaps a HusbandA compilation of journal entries and e-mails...
Combining literary reportage, memoir, family history, and a quest to piece together a decades-old mystery, The Zanzibar Chest is a moving examination of colonialism and its consequences. In his final days, Aidan...
Hidden Pretoria (Hardcover) Johan Swart; Photographs by Alain Proust
Despite being South Africa’s capital city, Pretoria has often played a supporting role to bold and brash Johannesburg and Cape Town’s cosmopolitan charms. However, when it comes to architectural heritage,...