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Books by African writers, this week on The Book Show

Redi Thlabi and Jenny Crwys-Williams delve into a range of books by African writers, both black and white on this week's book show.

TRAM83 BY FISTON MWANZA MUJILA (Deep Vellum)

Paperback: R235.00

Winner of Etisalat Prize 2015

SECURE THE BASE BY NGUGI WA THIONG’O (Seagull Books)

Hardback: £12.00 or $25.00 from Amazon

THE SECRET SOCIETY : CECIL JOHN RHODES’S PLAN FOR A NEW WORLD ORDER BY ROBIN BROWN(Penguin)

Hardback: R358.00

THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES : 50 YEARS OF TYRANNY IN ZIMBABWE BY DAVID COLTART (Jacana)

Paperback: R388.00

eBook: R291.00


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