Relentless journey for the underdog in Charles Abrahams' 'Class Action'
In this gripping memoir, he writes about his poverty-stricken youth on the Cape Flats where both gang fights and domestic violence were rife.20 February 2019 | Books Reviews
Jackie Phamotse's latest book is a thought-provoking guide to social media
Jackie Phamotse, the author of the controversial book, "Bare," was involved in a David and Goliath social media legal battle and here digs deep into the climate of law and policy of this tricky landscape in "I Tweet What I Like... So Sue Me".19 February 2019 | Books Reviews
A posthumous gift sets a farcical plot in motion in 'Good Riddance'
In Elinor Lipman's latest, an old yearbook and a nosy neighbour lead to all kinds of adventures.18 February 2019 | Books Reviews
Big story with a vital message packed into a slim volume
Charles Bentley’s novel "Followers of Lightning" may be slim in size, but it offers all the potential of a big story.14 February 2019 | Books Reviews