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Audio Book: ‘Future Tense’ by Tony Leon

With unique access and penetrating insight, Tony Leon presents a portrait of today’s South Africa and prospects for its future.

Audio Book: ‘Joining the Dots’ by Jonathan Ancer & Chris Whitfield

Joining the Dots is an in-depth and satisfying read about Pravin Gordhan - who has been at the centre of South African public life.

Audio Book: ‘Hitmen for Hire’ by Mark Shaw

Hitmen For Hire takes the reader on a journey like no other, navigating a world of hitmen, informers, rogue policemen, gang leaders and crooked businessmen.

Audio Book: ‘How To Steal a City’ by Crispian Olver

An insider’s account of state capture in the city of Port Elizabeth from an ANC member and former senior government official.

Audio Book: ‘Ougat’ by Shana Fife

Exploring themes of sexuality, marriage and motherhood, rape, drugs and depression and cultural identity, Ougat describes what it means to be a coloured woman.

Audio Book: ‘CEO X Factor’ by KC Rottok Chesaina

The CEO X factor shows that reaching the top requires a very specific kind of character, a true focus on people and a value-driven approach.

Audio Book: ‘A Father is Born’ by Tumiso Mashaba

A Father Is Born covers themes of fatherhood, black masculinity, toxic masculinity, generational trauma, infidelity, abuse, suicide and mental health.

Audio Book: ‘Black Tax’ by Niq Mhlongo

From Niq Mhlongo comes a deeply personal stories that lay bare the complexities around the issue and the wide-ranging viewpoints on black tax.

Audio Book: ‘Breaking the Bombers’ by Mark Shaw

The tale of how the police’s response pulled together former foes – struggle cadres and the apartheid security apparatus – to break the Pagad death squads.

Audio Book: ‘The Buck That Buries Its Poo’ by Quinton Coetzee

The Buck That Buries its Poo shares fun facts about wildlife and dispels common myths, written in a fun, accessible way

Audio Book: ‘Risking Life For Death’ by Ryan Blumenthal

With over twenty years’ experience, Blumenthal explains how to look for clues and how what he does not find at autopsy is more important than what he does find.

Afrikaans Audio Book: ‘Onkant’ by Hendrik Hancke

As jy Saterdagmiddae kliphard vir die televisie skree of op die sypaadjie sal slaap vir ’n kaartjie na ’n groot wedstryd, dan is dié boek vir jou!