Obie encompasses a decades-long sweep of his lifeÆs work and covers the globe. It is part coffee-table book, part travelogue, part autobiography and part storybook, with a bit of philosophy thrown in for good measure.
Although for many visitors the Kalahari evokes images of winter game drives in a vast desert of thirsty red sands, it is the capricious summer landscape that has been luring painter and photographer Robert Grogan back to this region for more than 30 years.
The Great South African Cookbook showcases the diversity and creativity of South AfricaÆs vibrant, unique food culture. 67 of South AfricaÆs finest cooks, chefs, gardeners, bakers, farmers, foragers and local food heroes let us into their homes û and their hearts û as they share the recipes they make for the people they love.
An acclaimed project inspired by, and featuring, Nelson Mandela, 21 Icons is an intriguing visual journey celebrating the lives, achievements and essential goodness of some of South AfricaÆs greatest citizens. This candid collection of their personal stories and unique portraits reflects our country, its tapestry and, above all, its people.
Patrick Conroy takes us on a journey to the highest mountain in the world, where one of the greatest tragedies in climbing history was about to unfold. Filled with photographs and sketches from his notebooks we become part of the 702 team sent to cover the South African Everest Expedition of 1996.
Sharp Sharp is a full colour exploration of the South African street. Photographer Ed Suter has an eye for the off beat, the contemporary and the traditional and itÆs all there on the streets of downtown South Africa.
Soccer chic is a window into the world of the SA football culture. It is a fascinating photographic exploration of the 'style' of the fans and players, the title depicts the way the fans show their support, the values that each group of fans have, the passion, joy and positive effect the game has on people.
Past the waterhole at Musmar my spirits started fighting each other again. There were turmoil's of the unknown, beauty versus the hideous, and the passion of going beyond. I closed my eyes and walked fifty paces. There was still nothing on the endless horizon.
Through personal stories, recipes, historical images and Craig FraserÆs beautiful visuals, Bo-Kaap Kitchen reveals the heart of the Cape Malay people, their history and identity, distinctive architecture and language.
Manenberg - built as a dormitory suburb for the working people of the city - is the product and symbol of dispossession and extrusion from Cape Town's heart. Here, in a mirror image of the beautiful and desirable city, life is lived at the very edge.
Photographer Jurgen Schadeberg was the man behind the camera, recording history as it unfolded in apartheid South Africa, but his personal story is no less extraordinary. His empathy for the displaced, the persecuted and the marginalised was already deeply rooted by the time he came to South Africa from Germany in 1950.
From the 2015 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature comes the first English translation of Svetlana Alexievich's latest work, an oral history of the disintegration of the Soviet Union and the emergence of a new Russia.
The Dark side of the Kalahari is Hannes Lochner's third and latest addition to his book collection. He recently returned from a two year, 100 000 Km journey in the Kalahari (Kgalagadi) Desert, capturing the life of a single leopard female and her struggle to raise cubs in this extremely harsh environment.
This photographic guide to the wildlife of East Africa is an accessible introduction to the region's more conspicuous and interesting mammals, birds, reptiles, frogs, insects, flowers and trees. This book is an invaluable guide for visitors to national parks and other wildlife-rich places in East Africa and is a handy size for travel.