According to a preamble at the front of the book: ‘This is a photographic journey through the countryside, through lands where people dream of a better tomorrow, where everybody has a plan that will work and change their worlds forever.
Given the fact that the engineering of apartheid society was highly geographic, any serious attempt at building a new society has to examine spatial distortions in
A lot can happen when a comfortable American lifestyle is purposely disrupted. The author was a middle-aged, conservative, Christian, Midwestern mom who embarked on an unexpected journey when she questioned her faith, left suburbia and moved across the world in search of a transformative spirituality.
When an unplanned pregnancy threatens to turn the life of 32-year-old, single, careerwoman Leah Fine upside down, she fears her own child may be impaired, just like her aunt.
I am a Coloured woman of South Africa. The blood flowing through me was despised by apartheid, for it was not pure and it was not White. Because of this, I struggled with feelings of self-doubt and shame.
My Cousin’s Cousin delves into South Africa at a crossroads, potentially explosive and destined for change. In My Cousin’s Cousin we see how the different members of an extended family form their differing beliefs and how their journey across the volatile political landscape of the sixties through to the nineties brings them into conflict with each other and the regime.
The book is about conducting personal audit and reorganising your personal financial goals. It is about planting a knowledge seed and evolving your knowledge catalogue.
A cook book that shares simple recipes ‒ centred around relaxed entertaining, family food and raising children.