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  • A Gorilla in the Room

    Koos Bekker and the rise and rise of Naspers

    Primary Creators:
    Anton Harber
    Publisher/owner:
    Parktown Publishers
    First published:
    August 2012
    ISBN:
    978-0-9921727-0-1
    Pages:
    20 A4 pages (two-up)

    The first ever inside look at how Bekker operates, what makes him such a visionary manager, how he handles crises, and what his colleagues think of him.

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  • Alzheimer's

    South Africa's Cinderella Disease

    Primary Creators:
    Daneel Knoeze
    Publisher/owner:
    Parktown Publishers
    First published:
    August 2012
    ISBN:
    978-0-9921902-1-7
    Pages:
    13 A4 pages (two-up)

    In South Africa, Alzheimer’s brings a range of issues ranging from cultural misconceptions to the failure of the Department of Health.

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  • Bearded Wonder

    The Secret Life of Hashim Amla

    Primary Creators:
    Firdose Moonda
    Publisher/owner:
    Parktown Publishers
    First published:
    August 2012
    ISBN:
    978-0-9921902-5-5
    Pages:
    14 A4 pages (two-up)

    2012 was The Year of Hashim Amla, the bearded South African batsman with wrists of supple steel and the mind to match.

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  • Black Anger, White Obliviousness

    Primary Creators:
    TO Molefe
    Publisher/owner:
    Parktown Publishers
    First published:
    August 2012
    ISBN:
    978-0-9921902-3-1
    Pages:
    15 A4 pages (two-up)

    An exploration of black anger and white obliviousness in South Africa.

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  • Fifty Shades of Jozi

    Inside Suburban rub and tugs

    Primary Creators:
    Richard Poplak
    Publisher/owner:
    Parktown Publishers
    First published:
    August 2012
    ISBN:
    978-0-9921727-7-0
    Pages:
    12 A4 pages (two-up)

    Richard Poplak, after apologising to his wife, investigates the fifty shades of one of Johannesburg's oldest and best rub and tugs.

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  • Full Circle

    What the Proteas learned from Sachin Tendulkar

    Primary Creators:
    Tom Eaton
    Publisher/owner:
    Parktown Publishers
    First published:
    August 2012
    ISBN:
    978-0-9921902-4-8
    Pages:
    13 A4 pages (two-up)

    When you play Tendulkar, you’re a living part of cricket’s best traditions.

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  • Hating Goldstone

    Primary Creators:
    Kevin Bloom
    Publisher/owner:
    Parktown Publishers
    First published:
    August 2012
    ISBN:
    978-0-9921727-2-5
    Pages:
    15 A4 pages (two-up)

    Kevin Bloom describes the behind-doors controversies as the Jewish community turned against one of its own.

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  • Marikana and the Doctrine of Maximum Force

    Primary Creators:
    David Bruce
    Publisher/owner:
    Parktown Publishers
    First published:
    August 2012
    ISBN:
    978-0-9921727-8-7
    Pages:
    13 A4 pages (two-up)

    Bruce takes an in-depth look at what we know about Marikana, and presents a historical overview of police culture since 1998.

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  • My Child has Crohn's Disease

    Primary Creators:
    Philippa Garson
    Publisher/owner:
    Parktown Publishers
    First published:
    August 2012
    ISBN:
    978-0-9921727-1-8
    Pages:
    14 A4 pages (two-up)

    A mother's account of her youngest daughter's diagnosis with Crohn's Disease.

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  • Number 5

    Primary Creators:
    Mandy Wiener
    Publisher/owner:
    Parktown Publishers
    First published:
    August 2012
    ISBN:
    978-0-9921727-6-3
    Pages:
    17 A4 pages (two-up)

    Riah Phiyega, a respected business executive with no experience in policing, yet she sits on the chair of the National Commissioner of Police.

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