0
Your cart

Your cart is empty

Browse All departments
Price
  • R50 - R100 (11)
  • R100 - R250 (407)
  • R250 - R500 (1,127)
  • R500+ (3,066)
  • -
Status
Format
Author / Contributor
Publisher

Books > Social sciences > Politics & government > Political activism > General

Rise & Resist - How to Change the World (Paperback): Clare Press Rise & Resist - How to Change the World (Paperback)
Clare Press
R727 R673 Discovery Miles 6 730 Save R54 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Rise & Resist takes a wild trip through the new activism sweeping the world. The political march is back in a big way, as communities rally to build movements for environmental and social justice. But today's context calls for increasingly creative strategies to make our voices heard. Crossing the globe, Clare Press meets passionate change-makers who believe in the power of the positive. From eco warriors and zero wasters to knitting nannas, introvert craftivists to intersectional feminists, they're all up for a revolution of sorts. Are you? Join Press as she tracks the formation of a new counterculture, united by a grand purpose: to rethink how we live today to build a more sustainable tomorrow.

More Philosophy and Opinions of Marcus Garvey (Hardcover): Amy Jacques Garvey More Philosophy and Opinions of Marcus Garvey (Hardcover)
Amy Jacques Garvey
R3,111 Discovery Miles 31 110 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Holding the Fort - A Family Torn Apart (Paperback): Toni Strasburg Holding the Fort - A Family Torn Apart (Paperback)
Toni Strasburg
R295 R254 Discovery Miles 2 540 Save R41 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Personal story and diary accounts of Hilda and Rusty Bernstein, and their family following up to and during the 1960 State of Emergency. Both parents were arrested and their 16-year-old daughter, Toni, had to look after her three younger siblings. The book juxtaposes Toni, Rusty and Hilda’s experiences with a focus on Hilda and Toni. A heart-warming insider account of the lives of freedom fighters and the sacrifices that they made for the struggle. 

Africa's cause must triumph - The collected writings of A.P. Mda (Paperback): Robert Edgar, Luyanda K.A. Msumza Africa's cause must triumph - The collected writings of A.P. Mda (Paperback)
Robert Edgar, Luyanda K.A. Msumza
R270 R223 Discovery Miles 2 230 Save R47 (17%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

The Class of `44', the founders of the African National Congress Youth League (CYL) in 1944, includes a remarkable list of names: Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu, Oliver Tambo, Anton Lembede, and Ashby Peter (A.P.) Mda. While much has been written on the others, relatively little attention has been paid to Mda, the Youth League president from 1947 to 1947 whom his peers regarded as the foremost political intellectual and strategist of their generation. He was known for his passionate advocacy of African nationalism, guiding the ANC into militant forms of protest, and pressing activists to consider turning to armed struggle in the early 1950s. In his late teens Mda began leaving a rich written record-through letters and essays in newspapers, political tracts and speeches, and letters to colleagues-that allows us to chart the evolution of his views throughout his life not only on politics but also on culture, language, literature, music, religion, and education.

Hunting Justice - Displacement, Law, and Activism in the Kalahari (Hardcover): Maria Sapignoli Hunting Justice - Displacement, Law, and Activism in the Kalahari (Hardcover)
Maria Sapignoli
R2,307 R2,139 Discovery Miles 21 390 Save R168 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book presents a long-term study of the activist campaign that contested the Botswana government's much-publicized removal of the San and Bakgalagadi people from the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. Sapignoli's multiple points of observation and analysis range from rural Botswana to the nation's High Court, and a variety of United Nations agencies in their Headquarters, focusing on rights claimants and officials from NGOs, states and the United Nations as they acted on the grievances of those who had been displaced. In offering a comprehensive discussion of the San people and their claims-making through formal institutions, this book maintains a consistent focus on the increased recourse to law and the everyday experience of those who are asserting their rights in response to the encroachments of the state and the opportunities inherent in new indigenous advocacy networks.

Street-Fighting Years - An Autobiography of the Sixties (Paperback): Tariq Ali Street-Fighting Years - An Autobiography of the Sixties (Paperback)
Tariq Ali
R310 R256 Discovery Miles 2 560 Save R54 (17%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Tariq Ali revisits his formative years as a young radical. Reissued for the 1968 anniversary, Street-Fighting Years captures the mood and energy of the era of hope and passion as Ali tracks the growing significance of the nascent protest movement. Through his own story, he recounts a counter history of the 60s rocked by the effects of the Vietnam war, the aftermath of the revolutionary insurgencies led by Che Guevara, the brutal suppression of the Prague Spring and the student protests on the streets of Europe and America. It is a story that takes us from Paris and Prague to Hanoi and Bolivia, encountering along the way Malcolm X, Bertrand Russell, Marlon Brando, Henry Kissinger, and Mick Jagger. This edition includes a new introduction, as well as the famous interview conducted by Tariq Ali and Robin Blackburn with John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1971.

Manifesto for a Moral Revolution - Practices to Build a Better World (Hardcover): Jacqueline Novogratz Manifesto for a Moral Revolution - Practices to Build a Better World (Hardcover)
Jacqueline Novogratz
R622 R492 Discovery Miles 4 920 Save R130 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Politicization of Mumsnet (Paperback): Sarah Pedersen The Politicization of Mumsnet (Paperback)
Sarah Pedersen
R504 Discovery Miles 5 040 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book investigates the growing politicization of Mumsnet and its use by politicians to influence middle-class women in the UK. The site's discussion topics go far beyond traditional 'mothering' subjects and encompass politics, feminism and current affairs. Understood as a safe space for gender-critical voices, the site has spawned real-life activism and continues to be both praised and attacked for its support of free speech on controversial subjects. Sarah Pedersen investigates how Mumsnet has become a central part of a resurgent women's rights movement in the UK. She argues that its openness to discussion around this subject has allowed the site to function as a subaltern counter-public - a space where gender-critical feminists have been able to share information and make plans for action and agitation.

Populism's Power - Radical Grassroots Democracy in America (Paperback): Laura Grattan Populism's Power - Radical Grassroots Democracy in America (Paperback)
Laura Grattan
R698 Discovery Miles 6 980 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Uprisings such as the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street signal a resurgence of populist politics in America, pitting the people against the establishment in a struggle over control of democracy. In the wake of its conservative capture during the Nixon and Reagan eras, and given its increasing ubiquity as a mainstream buzzword of politicians and pundits, democratic theorists and activists have been eager to abandon populism to right-wing demagogues and mega-media spin-doctors. Decades of liberal scholarship have reinforced this shift, turning the term "populism" into a pejorative in academic and public discourse. At best, they conclude that populism encourages an "empty" wish to express a unified popular will beyond the mediating institutions of government; at worst, it has been described as an antidemocratic temperament prone to fomenting backlash against elites and marginalized groups. Populism's Power argues that such routine dismissals of populism reinforce liberalism as the end of democracy. Yet, as long as democracy remains true to its meaning, that is, "rule by the people," democratic theorists and activists must be able to give an account of the people as collective actors. Without such an account of the people's power, democracy's future seems fixed by the institutions of today's neoliberal, managerial states, and not by the always changing demographics of those who live within and across their borders. Laura Grattan looks at how populism cultivates the aspirations of ordinary people to exercise power over their everyday lives and their collective fate. In evaluating competing theories of populism she looks at a range of populist moments, from cultural phenomena such as the Chevrolet ad campaign for "Our Country, Our Truck," to the music of Leonard Cohen, and historical and contemporary populist movements, including nineteenth-century Populism, the Tea Party, broad-based community organizing, and Occupy Wall Street. While she ultimately expresses ambivalence about both populism and democracy, she reopens the idea that grassroots movements-like the insurgent farmers and laborers, New Deal agitators, and Civil Rights and New Left actors of US history-can play a key role in democratizing power and politics in America.

From Peasant Struggles to Indian Resistance - The Ecuadorian Andes in the Late Twentieth Century (Hardcover): Amalia Pallares From Peasant Struggles to Indian Resistance - The Ecuadorian Andes in the Late Twentieth Century (Hardcover)
Amalia Pallares
R742 Discovery Miles 7 420 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Drawing on extensive research in her native Ecuador, Amalia Pallares examines the South American Indian movement in the Ecuadorian Andes and explains its shift from class politics to racial politics in the late twentieth century. Pallares uses an interdisciplinary approach to explore the reasons why indigenous Ecuadorians have bypassed their shared class status with other peasant groups and movements in favor of a political identity based on their unique ethnicity as Indians.

In the 1960s and 1970s, land reform and the modernization of economic and political structures in Ecuador led to changes in the sense of self and community held by South American Indian activists. Pallares recounts how a campesinista (peasant-based) identification developed into an indianista (Indian-based) form of personal and communal self-definition. Ethnic identity was no longer conceived as a subset of class identity--a change that shifted the Indians' ideological focus from local struggles to pan-ethnic resistance.

In the process, indigenous peoples created a positive Indian self-definition and a pan-ethnic Indian movement. They also reconceived their political identity, their cultural structures, and the relationship between their social movement and the state. Through this new sense of themselves, they sought to confront racism and obtain political autonomy.

The Activists' Handbook - A Step-by-Step Guide to Participatory Democracy (Paperback, New): Aidan Ricketts The Activists' Handbook - A Step-by-Step Guide to Participatory Democracy (Paperback, New)
Aidan Ricketts 1
R429 R398 Discovery Miles 3 980 Save R31 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"The Activists' Handbook" is a powerful guide to grassroots activism. A priceless resource for everyone ready to make a difference, environmental activist Aidan Ricketts offers a step-by-step handbook for citizens eager to start or get involved in grass-roots movements and beyond.

Providing all essential practical tools, methods, and strategies needed for a successful campaign and extensively discussing legal and ethical issues, this book empowers its readers to effectively promote their cause. Lots of ready-to-use documents and comprehensive information on digital activism and group strategy make this book an essential companion for any campaign. Including case studies from the US, UK, Canada, and Australia, this is the ultimate guidebook to participatory democracy.

Soul force - Valliamma found herself no longer a child, not yet a woman, but an activist (Paperback): Suzanne Franco Soul force - Valliamma found herself no longer a child, not yet a woman, but an activist (Paperback)
Suzanne Franco
R280 R231 Discovery Miles 2 310 Save R49 (18%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Unlike most teenagers her age, in the face of danger and adversity, Valliamma Mudaliar, showed no sign of fear. Under the hardship of white oppression in South Africa during the early 1900’s, Valliamma and her Satyagrahi sisters are desperate to carry out their mission as they bravely march along endless dirt roads, pressing on across forbidden provincial borders. The Regime’s brutal and unforgiving law enforcement waiting for them – weapons in hand. “Valliamma, you do not regret having gone to jail?” Mohandas Gandhi asked the ailing girl. ”I am now ready to go to jail again, if arrested, even in my fragile state.” Valliamma replied, peacefully. Undaunted, Valliamma felt privileged to be a part of Gandhi’s South African Satyagraha force. But can such dedication sustain her strength and courage to complete her treacherous journey? At sixteen, Valliamma digs deep to undertake a dangerous course that unimaginably changes her life - as well as the lives of a Nation. Valliamma found herself no longer a child, not yet a woman, but an activist.

Overcoming - A Memoir (Paperback): Vicky Phelan Overcoming - A Memoir (Paperback)
Vicky Phelan
R435 R359 Discovery Miles 3 590 Save R76 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Sunday Times Memoir of the Year 2019 RTE Radio 1 Listeners' Choice Award Winner 2019 - An Post Irish Book Awards When Vicky Phelan delivered an emotionally charged statement from the steps of the Four Courts in April 2018 - having refused to sign a non-disclosure agreement in the settlement of her action against the HSE - she unearthed the medical and political scandal of our times. It would emerge that, like Vicky, 220 other women who were diagnosed with cervical cancer were not informed that a clinical audit -carried out by the national screen programme CervicalCheck - had revised their earlier, negative smear tests. Their cancers could possibly have been preventable. Since then, Vicky has become women's voice for justice on the issue, and her system-changing activism has made her a household name. In her memoir Overcoming, Vicky shares her remarkable personal story, from a life-threatening accident in early adulthood through to motherhood, a battle with depression, her devastating later discovery that her cancer had returned in shocking circumstances - and the ensuing detective-like scrutiny of events that led the charge for her history-making legal action. An inspiring story of rare resilience and power, Overcoming is an account of how one woman can move mountains - even when she is fighting for her own life - and of finding happiness and strength in the toughest of times. 'Calls to mind the work of Emilie Pine, or the memoir by Maggie O'Farrell, I Am, I Am, I Am ... Overcoming is more than the retelling of an extraordinary life. Its pacing and gentleness leaves plenty of room for tears and for reflection' Irish Independent

The Strength to Fight - Conscientious Objectors of the Vietnam War - in Their Own Words (Paperback, 1st pbk. ed): Tollefson J The Strength to Fight - Conscientious Objectors of the Vietnam War - in Their Own Words (Paperback, 1st pbk. ed)
Tollefson J
R426 R348 Discovery Miles 3 480 Save R78 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

James Tollefson imparts an oral history that has the compelling drama of the best fiction. Conscientious objectors tell the stories behind the classification: the depth of their conviction, their efforts to prove sincere opposition in the face of persecution and criminal prosecution, and their feelings today about their actions during the Vietnam War.

Oliver Tambo - Beyond the Engeni Mountains (Paperback, New ed): Luli Callinicos Oliver Tambo - Beyond the Engeni Mountains (Paperback, New ed)
Luli Callinicos
R360 R309 Discovery Miles 3 090 Save R51 (14%) In stock

Born in 1917 in Bizana in the Eastern Cape, Oliver Reginald Tambo became Nelson Mandela's legal partner and a prominent member of the ANC's Youth League.

Following the Sharpeville massacre in 1960, Tambo left South Africa to set up the ANC's international mission. As President of the ANC in exile, he led the fight against apartheid on both the diplomatic and military fronts. He died in 1993 on the eve of liberation. Tambo had a profound influence on the ANC during the difficult years of uncertainty, loneliness and homesickness in exile. His simplicity, his nurturing style, his genuine respect for all people seemed to bring out the best in them.

This is the story of one of South Africa's great sons - 'the most loved leader', the Moses who led his people to the promised land but did not live to enter it.

Tell the Bosses We're Coming - A New Action Plan for Workers in the Twenty-first Century (Hardcover): Shaun Richman Tell the Bosses We're Coming - A New Action Plan for Workers in the Twenty-first Century (Hardcover)
Shaun Richman
R691 R602 Discovery Miles 6 020 Save R89 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Lengthening hours, lessening pay, no parental leave, scant job security. Never have so many workers needed so much support. Yet the very labour unions that could garner us protections and help us speak up for ourselves are growing weaker every day. In an age of rampant inequality, of increasing social protest and strikes-and when a majority of workers say they want to be union members - why does union density continue to decline? In this compelling new book, Shaun Richman offers some answers. But bringing unions back from the edge of institutional annihilation, says Richman, is no simple proposition. The next few years offer a rare opportunity to undo the great damage wrought on labour by decades of corporate union-busting, if only union activists raise our ambitions. Based on deft historical research and legal analysis, as well as his own experience as a union organizing director, Richman lays out an action plan for U.S. workers in the twenty-first century by which we can internalize the concept that workers are equal human beings, entitled to health care, dignity, job security-and definitely, the right to strike. Unafraid to take on some of the labour movement's sacred cows, this book describes what it would take-some changes that are within activists' power and some that require meaningful legal reform-to put unions in workplaces across America.

The Ashgate Research Companion to Political Violence (Hardcover, New Ed): Marie Breen Smyth The Ashgate Research Companion to Political Violence (Hardcover, New Ed)
Marie Breen Smyth
R5,155 Discovery Miles 51 550 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Aimed at scholars, students and lay persons interested in peace and conflict studies, The Ashgate Research Companion to Political Violence is a comprehensive resource to understand the principal debates on political violence, a field which is becoming an increasingly important part of courses on peace and conflict. Organized into seven main sections, this volume deals with a wide range of issues covering the following important research areas: A* Issues of definition and nomenclature and how contests over these relate to political violence. A* Theoretical frameworks and methods for understanding and researching political violence. A* Motivations and goals of those who use political violence. A* The various forms of political violence. A* Perspectives on countering political violence, by state and non-state actors. A* Why and how political violence ends. A* The aftermath of political violence. Contributions by leading scholars in the field provide an authoritative guide and source book on political violence for the scholar, the researcher and the informed general reader.

South Africa's Border War 1966-1989 (Hardcover): Willem Steenkamp South Africa's Border War 1966-1989 (Hardcover)
Willem Steenkamp
R440 R378 Discovery Miles 3 780 Save R62 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A quarter-century after the last shots were fired during the Border War, many misconceptions about South Africa’s longest war remains. Since Willem Steenkamp's best-selling South Africa’s Border War was published in 1989 the rifle barrels have cooled, and the smoke and dust of the battlefield have settled. This revised version of the classic puts the new facts on the table and gives an incisive look back into the war that millions of South Africans will never forget.

Thomas Sankara speaks (Paperback): Thomas Sankara Thomas Sankara speaks (Paperback)
Thomas Sankara
R230 R198 Discovery Miles 1 980 Save R32 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

When Thomas Sankara gained power he worked towards the expulsion of colonialism in Burkina Faso. His foreign policies were centred on anti-imperialism and rejecting foreign aid. Some of his domestic policies included preventing famine, prioritising education and public health and empowering women. In this collection of his speeches and interviews, from 1983 until before his assassination in 1987, his true revolutionary spirit is encapsulated - this is proven in his iconic ideas.

Unsettling Activisms - Critical Interventions on Aging, Gender, and Social Change (Paperback): May Chazan, Melissa Baldwin, Pat... Unsettling Activisms - Critical Interventions on Aging, Gender, and Social Change (Paperback)
May Chazan, Melissa Baldwin, Pat Evans
R1,742 R1,579 Discovery Miles 15 790 Save R163 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

How and why do "ordinary" women engage in various forms of social-change work at different times in their lives? What does it mean for these women to age as activists? Unsettling Activisms brings together insights from academics and activists in an intergenerational conversation that addresses these questions. Drawing on diverse lived experiences, including contributions from leading feminist and age studies scholars, this volume investigates how powerful, interlocking forms of difference such as gender, class, race, ability, ethnicity, sexuality, and indigeneity, shape the meaning and experience of both aging and activism. This vital resource consists of eight analytic chapters and eight vibrant reflective pieces. This collection is best suited for undergraduate and graduate courses in gender studies, activist and social movement studies, and age and aging studies.

Oliver Tambo remembered (Paperback): Pallo Z. Jordan Oliver Tambo remembered (Paperback)
Pallo Z. Jordan
R190 R157 Discovery Miles 1 570 Save R33 (17%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Oliver Tambo Remembered is a salute to one of South Africa's most remarkable individuals. Originally published in 2007, this compilation of memories is a celebration of what would have been Oliver Reginald Tambo's 90th birthday. It sees friends and associates remembering OR the leader, the comrade and the man. The contributions are written by people who encountered OR during his travels in Europe and the US, and who knew him whilst he was living in South Africa and in exile in Africa and the UK. This edition of Oliver Tambo Remembered is published in commemoration of his centenary on 27 October 2017. The pieces in this book celebrate not only the impact that OR had on South Africa's future, but also the character of a selfless, compassionate leader, who raised the international profile of the ANC through his wise and intelligent guidance, his humility and integrity, and his unyielding commitment to the struggle.

Free Thinker - Sex, Suffrage, and the Extraordinary Life of Helen Hamilton Gardener (Hardcover): Kimberly A. Hamlin Free Thinker - Sex, Suffrage, and the Extraordinary Life of Helen Hamilton Gardener (Hardcover)
Kimberly A. Hamlin
R694 R551 Discovery Miles 5 510 Save R143 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

When Ohio newspapers published the story of Alice Chenoweth's affair with a married man, she changed her name to Helen Hamilton Gardener, moved to New York, and devoted her life to championing women's rights and decrying the sexual double standard. She published seven books and countless essays, hobnobbed with the most interesting thinkers of her era, and was celebrated for her audacious ideas and keen wit. Opposed to piety, temperance, and conventional thinking, Gardener eventually settled in Washington, D.C., where her tireless work proved, according to her colleague Maud Wood Park, "the most potent factor" in the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment. Free Thinker is the first biography of Helen Hamilton Gardener, who died as the highest-ranking woman in federal government and a national symbol of female citizenship. Hamlin exposes the racism that underpinned the women's suffrage movement and the contradictions of Gardener's politics. Her life sheds new light on why it was not until the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act that the Nineteenth Amendment became a reality for all women. Celebrated in her own time but lost to history in ours, Gardener was hailed as the "Harriet Beecher Stowe of Fallen Women." Free Thinker is the story of a woman whose struggles, both personal and political, resound in today's fight for gender and sexual equity.

The Five People You'll Meet in Prison - A Memoir of Addiction, Mania & Hope (Hardcover): Brandon Stickney The Five People You'll Meet in Prison - A Memoir of Addiction, Mania & Hope (Hardcover)
Brandon Stickney
R709 R567 Discovery Miles 5 670 Save R142 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Farmers, Subalterns, and Activists - Social Politics of Sustainable Agriculture in India (Hardcover): Trent Brown Farmers, Subalterns, and Activists - Social Politics of Sustainable Agriculture in India (Hardcover)
Trent Brown
R2,014 R1,871 Discovery Miles 18 710 Save R143 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In theory, chemical-free sustainable agriculture not only has ecological benefits, but also social and economic benefits for rural communities. By removing farmers' expenses on chemical inputs, it provides them with greater autonomy and challenges the status quo, where corporations dominate food systems. In practice, however, organisations promoting sustainable agriculture often maintain connections with powerful institutions and individuals, who have vested interests in maintaining the status quo. This book explores this tension within the sustainable farming movement through reference to three detailed case studies of organisations operating in rural India.

Catching Tadpoles - The Shaping Of A Young Rebel (Paperback): Ronnie Kasrils Catching Tadpoles - The Shaping Of A Young Rebel (Paperback)
Ronnie Kasrils
R280 R231 Discovery Miles 2 310 Save R49 (18%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Ronnie Kasrils's memoir reflects on compelling questions as to what turned a white youngster from a modest background into a lifelong revolutionary of note. A tiny minority who abandoned a life of privilege were the antithesis of conventionality and toeing the line. What made those such as Kasrils break all the rules and confront white power with such courage, unbridled spirit and yearning for the truth? This is a challenging and fascinating conundrum but Kasrils will claim he is no aberration of history. The answers to that question, which unravel through twenty years, will beguile readers as he peers back with endearing frankness into the origins and experiences of his formative years. A Yeoville-born boykie with Yiddish roots; heartfelt empathy for the underdog; an instinctive rejection of authoritarianism in school and wider society were influences informing his adult life as revolutionary activist. With a remarkable memory and flair for the written and spoken word the narrative revels in the social, sexual and political awakening of a roguish boy's adventures with girls, rock music, bohemian culture and leaping across the colour barrier. Kasrils's tadpoles of the memoir's title represent the submerged often illusive tracts of memory he searches for as he delves into the mystery of his metamorphosis. This stylistic element adds to the creativity of this fourth memoir.

Free Delivery
Pinterest Twitter Facebook Google+
You may like...
Gangster State - Unravelling Ace…
Pieter-Louis Myburgh Paperback  (2)
R290 R209 Discovery Miles 2 090
Feminism Is - South Africans Speak Their…
Jen Thorpe Paperback  (6)
R270 R232 Discovery Miles 2 320
The Accidental Mayor - Herman Mashaba…
Michael Beaumont Paperback  (5)
R260 R185 Discovery Miles 1 850
Patrick van Rensburg - Rebel, Visionary…
Kevin Shillington Paperback R385 R285 Discovery Miles 2 850
The ANC Spy Bible - My Alliance Across…
Moe Shaik Paperback R290 R249 Discovery Miles 2 490
The Whistleblowers
Mandy Wiener Paperback R310 R220 Discovery Miles 2 200
100 Mandela Moments
Kate Sidley Paperback R190 R152 Discovery Miles 1 520
The Resurrection Of Winnie Mandela
Sisonke Msimang Paperback R160 R128 Discovery Miles 1 280
My Father Died For This
Lukhanyo Calata, Abigail Calata Paperback R295 R254 Discovery Miles 2 540
Albertina Sisulu
Sindiwe Magona, Elinor Sisulu Paperback R150 R129 Discovery Miles 1 290

 

Partners