A cook book that shares simple recipes ‒ centred around relaxed entertaining, family food and raising children.
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This book is written with emphasis on reading and exploring the Bible as the leading guide for everyday questions in challenging times. The months and weeks of the year
become the background for using the Bible as a guide for life. Through different time orientations, guidance is provided for a relevant application in daily life. This book is
relevant to any age and gender, and to everyone seeking truth and assurance from a biblical perspective.
After her body experiences the Blossom, the confused virgin Vuyi’s heart begins to burn with unquenchable and relentless passion. Her parents and the village practices compel her to travel to the Village of Virtue, where the fi re in her heart would be moulded and, thus, gain permission to reign as queen with the faithful.
Jill wrote this book from her experience of being born into what was first southern Rhodesia, then Rhodesia. The Horns is as historically accurate as Jill can discern from the valuable generational Matebele and Mashona oral history, to the widely differing bias of writings from early missionaries, pioneers and hunters.
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.
A Controversial HIV/Aids programme, loveLife, began in the final few months of 1999 when South Africa’s epidemic was rampaging through the country’s young people, leaving millions dead. In 2019, after 20 years of sustained effort, the organisation is still going strong, but with some significant differences in approach. Large-scale American funding had been guaranteed for five years and was provided for ten. The famous billboards that had characterised the first decade disappeared for economic reasons for the second.
Malawi is an average, misunderstood teenager until a reckless accident in a science lab turns her whole life upside down.
She finds herself floating out of windows, wearing heavy shoes and training alongside the Bizzaro Alliance , a select (and special) group of super heroines fighting against crime and injustice.
Join Malawi and her friends on the adventure of a lifetime.
Come and spend some time with Yosh as he talks about emotions! This is an interactive book for the early years, helping to lay a foundation for emotional intelligence as children are guided to identify basic emotions and experience how their
thinking can lead them to a happier space.
This book can be used either to a guide a more in-depth individual conversation with a child or learn from shared experiences with a group of children.
This is a very detailed, easy to use, guide to the Kruger National Park which covers the whole Park from north to south.
The right page is a detailed map which shows:
Meaning of Place Names
Km between points
Photograph number ( for left hand page)
The left page has more detailed information on the points of interest on the facing page:
Name of the place
Tree identification and interesting facts about the tree
This is a very detailed, easy to use, guide to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.
Each page has a map that corresponds to the photos and information provided, detailing distances from one point of interest to the next.
It has over 110 full colour photographs that cover all the main water holes and points of interest in the Park.
Each photo has a full description of the meaning of the place name, quality of the water, depth of the borehole, GPS position, any applicable geological formations, plus identification of trees and shrubs as well as a description of any historical events that happened there.
This is a very detailed, easy to use, guide to the Augrabies Falls National Park.
Israel’s military occupation of Palestine is horrifically reminiscent of South Africa’s Apartheid past. Yet, pro-Israeli apologists are shocked that the Zionist entity is being compared to Apartheid South Africa. In response, Zionists ask “Why Israel?”
South African activists, Suraya Dadoo and Firoz Osman answer that question. They examine how and why Apartheid applies to the situation in Palestine by using expert academic analysis, commentaries, articles, and blogs of well-known and highly-respected activists and human rights organisations, as well as reports from NGOs with extensive on-the-ground experience in the region.