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25 Jan '16, 11:26am
Using science to one’s own end
Using science to one’s own end

The women in this photograph can now tell their story.

Lifestyle
20 Jan '16, 09:15am
Just Arrived
Just Arrived

These are the books our books editor, Meneesha Govender, received recently. They may be reviewed later.

Lifestyle
20 Jan '16, 09:00am
Book review: The Secret Society
Book review: The Secret Society

Outrageous, yes; delusional, definitely. Cecil John Rhodes was, arguably, the architect of apartheid, writes Jean von Witt.

Lifestyle
20 Jan '16, 11:00am
Book review: A Year of Marvellous Ways
Book review: A Year of Marvellous Ways

This is the kind of book you want to start again when you’ve reached the end.

Lifestyle
20 Jan '16, 11:00am
Book review: The Green Road
Book review: The Green Road

It’s a story about family that is bookended by two family meals which should indicate what you’re letting yourself in for.

Lifestyle
19 Jan '16, 2:30pm
Creating special memories to cherish forever
Creating special memories to cherish forever

Fatima Sydow loves cooking, and is on a roadshow across the city to meet and greet her fans, writes Nontando Mposo.

Lifestyle
13 Jan '16, 2:31pm
Book review: Defining Moments at the Crease
Book review: Defining Moments at the Crease

If you’re a cricket fan this book is a treasure.

Lifestyle
13 Jan '16, 2:26pm
Book review: The Girl From Nowhere
Book review: The Girl From Nowhere

Just when you think you know what’s going to happen, you realise there’s more.

Lifestyle
13 Jan '16, 2:19pm
Book review: The Fish Ladder
Book review: The Fish Ladder

A healing journey to the source of life itself.

Lifestyle
13 Jan '16, 2:04pm
Book review: Hunger Eats a Man
Book review: Hunger Eats a Man

It’s interesting to witness how many writers are dealing with what is happening in the country at the moment.

Lifestyle
23 Dec '15, 10:44pm
Just Arrived
Just Arrived

These are the books our books editor received recently. They may be reviewed later.

Lifestyle
23 Dec '15, 10:39pm
Getting to the ‘racist’ point
Getting to the ‘racist’ point

Ashwin Desai and Goolam Vahed make a convincing argument about subject, writes Professor Dilip Menon.

Lifestyle
16 Dec '15, 09:00am
Just Arrived
Just Arrived

These are the books our books editor received recently. They may be reviewed later.

Lifestyle
16 Dec '15, 08:00am
Crime, politics and loads of laughs
Crime, politics and loads of laughs

The books available this festive season cover a broad spectrum of interest, writes Beverley Roos-Muller.

Lifestyle
15 Dec '15, 12:52am
Contrasts and contradictions
Contrasts and contradictions

The experience of Indian indenture in South Africa is captured in all its poignancies and pathos in the writing of Dr Neelan Govender.