Foodies of South Africa Top 100

Author: Author 1

Publisher: Quivertree Publications

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 252

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FOODIES TOP 100 is a selection of one hundred of Foodies of SA's best-loved and most-shared recipes of 2018/2019! Since launching just over three years ago, we have been absolutely overwhelmed by the support shown to us by South Africans and South African food enthusiasts worldwide. The recipes featured in this book have been watched millions of times across Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, have been shared hundreds of thousands of times and have ended up on countless dinner tables across the country. And now they have been conveniently packaged into the pages of one awesome cookbook for you to enjoy.

African Cookboy

Author: David Dinwoodie Irving

Publisher: Jacana Media

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 401

View: 564

Torn between his adoration for his wife and young son and the irresistible draw of the criminal underworld, Shatterproof Bhekuzulu is headstrong, smart, cunning, and strangely endearing. The Lazarus of the tsotsi world, Shatterproof dithers between his need for redemption and his love for illicit scheming. Violent, funny, and intriguing, this story paints a colorful picture of a South African hustler during the apartheid--one so magnetic it hurts to watch him dig his own grave, one disastrous decision at a time.

67 Letters to Dear Nelson

Author: Elizabeth Russo

Publisher: PROMO RECORDS srl

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 160

View: 995

This is a collection of short letters from the writer, Elizabeth Russo, born in South Africa, to Nelson Mandela. It's a conversation about the social and political state of South Africa, the Rainbow Land...

Jackal's Dance

Author: Beverley Harper

Publisher: Pan Australia

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 688

View: 286

'Agony exploded in her knee. She staggered, tried to keep going, then nearly fell as a shocking pain rushed up her leg. Confusion and fear swamped her senses, escape suddenly essential. The tuskless cow turned and hobbled away, each step agonising torture. Her front right knee joint had been shattered by the single copper-jacketed bullet. Man, her hated enemy, had just handed out a death sentence. . .' As the rangers and staff of a luxury lodge in Etosha National Park, Namibia welcome the last guests of the season, thoughts are predominantly on the three-month break ahead. Except for Sean, who is fighting his growing attraction for the manager's wife, Thea. Camping in the park nearby, Professor Eben Kruger has his work cut out keeping the attention of the university students in his charge on the behavioural habits of the cunning jackal. None of them could ever be prepared for the horrendous events about to take place. Each will be pushed to breaking point as the quest for survival becomes the only thing that matters. Shocking, gripping, breathtaking. Beverley Harper's outstanding new novel is a guaranteed bestseller.

Around Africa on My Bicycle

Author: Riaan Manser

Publisher: Jonathan Ball Pub

ISBN:

Category: Travel

Page: 705

View: 847

Cycling an average of 90km a day, often in extreme conditions on badly-maintained gravel and sand roads, being thrown into jail in Equatorial Guinea by aggressive and drunken border police, and facing possible death when taken hostage by drugged Liberian teenage rebels may not be a conventional idea of truly ‘living’, but, in September 2003, Riaan Manser rode out of Cape Town, determined to become the first person to circumnavigate Africa by bicycle. He thought it would take him a year – it took him over two. At the end of 2005, he cycled back into Cape Town, 14kg lighter and having covered 36,500 km through thirty-four countries. Intending to use his journey to generate local and international awareness of the often appalling standard of living in Africa, Riaan was also propelled by a strong desire for African adventure, a desire that was inevitably fulfilled. While Riaan’s journey allowed him to experience some of the greatest generosity and kindness that he had ever encountered, often from the poorest of the poor, his adventures were also often of a more harrowing kind. In Around Africa on my Bike, Riaan allows the reader to relive the toil, excitement and occasional terror of his journey - negotiating the Sahara and Libyan deserts, learning French, Portuguese and Arabic, eating monkey, rat and bat, standing in front of the pyramids, being awarded the freedom of the Red Sea in Egypt, feeding hyenas mouth to mouth, and standing on the highest, as well as at the lowest, points in Africa. Riaan arrived safely in Cape Town on 25 November 2005.

Broken Wings

Author: Glory Keveme

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 290

View: 510

Broken Wings is mainstream fiction. It is the extraordinary story of Daniel Surefire Lasky an Apache-raised tracker and lion-killing Big Game Hunter who is commissioned to find the grave of a missionary last seen in Northern Rhodesia, 30 years before. What starts out as a search for a missing priest, grows into a dangerous mission, evolving into a quest for existential meaning. What Surefire finds in Africas cursed Shinshika Mountains will change forever his cynical world view and cavalier lifestyle. This powerful and inspiring story, filled with drama, adventure, passion and love, is set to become another international bestseller for Keverne a natural story-teller whose talent is richly expressed in this unique book. ACCLAIM FOR GLORY KEVERNES A MAN CANNOT CRY. A PEOPLE magazines Top Ten Book of the Year in America. A BOOKSELLERS Most Promising Title in Britain. A MAN CANNOT CRY is the finest first novel I have ever handled (including THE COLLECTOR by John Fowles, and THE WATER IS WIDE by Pat Conroy). Close to 50 years in publishing as a writer, editor and agent and I have never heard such a story of how a relatively uneducated girl of eighteen in a little copper mining town in Northern Rhodesia, married to a miner, began a powerful first novel of 500,000 words (before cutting), and spent years writing it under the most amazing circum- stances. I have never been as overwhelmed by a first novel. She is simply a born story teller. Julian Bach, New York Agent and a former editor of LIFE magazine. Gloria, you have a wonderful novel here. It moved me to tears and its editing has been a labor of love for me. A Man Cannot Cry has given me great pleasure and I thank you for it. Eventually the world will too. Hillel Black, William Morrow, USA. This excellent novel is an African answer to THE THORN BIRDS. With first rate characterization and an unusual and ingenious plot, the combination of Africa, the Quaker settlement and medicine, is exceptionally good. P Parkin, HarperCollins, UK. A MAN CANNOT CRY pulses with the life of Northern Rhodesia and all Africa besides. The story begins in 1958 with the arrival of Dr Than Profane at a Quaker mission to see his dying father. He does not intend to stay but before long he is taking Africa like a drug and thriving like cut grass growing wild He quickly earns the affectionate name Bwana Cowboy. His methods and sometimes his morals are characteristically American, rough-hewn, deaf to both danger and defeat Inevitably he clashes with his conservative hosts. But he does much better with the local tribes there is a wonderful passage where he is trained as a witchdoctor and some of the books finest characters, lovingly portrayed, are African The book is alive with people, places, and their interactions: births and deaths in squalid hut and shiny hospital, cruel savages and a tame leopard; the glory of a canoe trip on the Zambezi and a white man dressing as a witchdoctor to fight a smallpox epidemic; and in the background the murmuring voices of a changing Africa, Lumumba, Tshombe, Kasavubu, Kaunda. A MAN CANNOT CRY dramatizes all the conflicts and parallels between the white world and the black, the old Africa and the new, the familiar and the alien, the uncertain fears of the mind and the sure knowledge of the heart. Long, rich and detailed, it is a wonderful book. Alan Ryan, THE WASHINGTON POST. An enormous array of human emotion is

Break Through and Break Free!

Author: Vicki Heymann

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 206

View: 851

Jesus died on the cross of Calvary to give us the ability to overcome adversity and be victorious in every circumstance that life throws at us. Many Christians have no idea how to apply the Bible to their own personal lives in order to walk in the victory that belongs to us. Break Through and Break Free will show you how to make the Bible and all that God offers you, as a believer, a reality in your own life. It is possible to be an "overcomer" when it comes to this thing called "life," and the way to do it is through Bible meditation. In this book, I will show you what meditation is, how to do it, and how to get results. I have included practical meditation guides for the following areas in your life: dignity and self-worth, healing, prosperity, anti-anxiety and alleviating worry. As you meditate on these scriptures, revelation will follow, which will then lead to manifestation. This book will help you to be all that Christ died for you to be; to have all Christ died for you to have; and to do all that Christ died for you to do. Vicki Heymann was born in South Africa and now lives in Australia, with her husband, Marius, and her two children, Jacobus and Ingrid. Vicki has completed a Bible course through the Correspondence School of Jerry Savelle Ministries and graduated with a ministerial diploma. She preached regularly at Newcastle Christian Centre under the leadership of Pastors Marty and Margot McCrindle. She coordinated faith courses and was a prayer leader, while attending. Publisher's Web site: http: //www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/BreakThroughAndBreakFree.html