This book will give you an insider's look into the fascinating world of the South African Revenue Service (SARS) and how its special investigations unit has managed to track down tax evaders and other criminals.
AB de Villiers, Wayde van Niekerk and Siya Kolisi are the first three books in the Road to Glory series, which covers South African sporting legends as they set out on their journeys to becoming national and international stars.
Written specifically for youngsters aged 10–14, it takes the reader close to all the action, and all the ups and downs.
The very kind, but lonely, 12 year old Chloe invites the homeless 'Mr Stink' and his dog, Duchess, to leave behind the wooden bench where they have taken up residence and secretly move into her family's shed.
Matters become more complicated when Chloe's mother - who has unfulfilled political ambitions - tries to take credit for Chloe's generosity. And precisely who is Mr Stink, anyway?
The success of Widowseffectively curtailed La Plante's acting career as she turned to full-time writing, both for TV (Prime Suspect, Trial And Retribution, The Commander, Above Suspicion), producing more than 170 hours of international television, as well as a succession of best-selling novels.
There is so much to like in Caroline O’Donoghue’s debut novel that it’s best to get the downside out of the way quickly. A shift from the pitch perfect intimacy of the novel’s first half towards an ill-judged thrilleresque storyline of anonymous blog messages and underdeveloped mental health issues, bloats an otherwise charming novel about a millennial woman making her way in the world.
Brett Ladds rose from humble small-town beginnings to prominence in the South African culinary scene. Brett counts himself lucky to have been able to train under some of the world's best chefs and has enjoyed great success with his restaurant Chefs@566, which opened in 2016.
As a novelist he is world renowned for his raw stories about adventure, love, lust and conflict. Born in southern Africa and having spent most of his life there he has used his observations in human nature to convey powerful characters and their tribulations to his readers.