CATALOGUE 108
Issued June 2002

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Out of Print Books

Recent Books on Southern Africa


ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS

    A.M.Duggan-Cronin (Irish/South African 1874- 1954)

  1. __________ '//NG BUSHMAN', 15.5 x 8.5 cm., pinholes, inscribed in ink on the reverse with '1', title and 'Old Hans Tyger. Born at Mount Temple in the Langebergen Southern Kalahari which he says is his place. Was a big boy when the Griquas invaded Griqualand West. He is fully 100 years old. Height 5 feet 2..Photo by A.M.Cronin for M[cGregor] Museum Ki[imberley].' Other inscriptions in pencil include "B4" and publishing instructions, cropped on the left subsequent to its original inscription, which has been amended in pencil apparently by the same hand, Published in S.S.Dornan: "Pygmies and Bushman of the Kalahari", London, 1925. R850
  2. __________ '//NG BUSHWOMAN-SOUTHERN KALA[HARI]', 15 x 10cm., some tearing and thinning near edges, inscribed on reverse in ink with '1a', title and 'Old Lys. Born in the Langeberg[en]. She is wearing front and back kaross. About 80 years old. Height 4 feet 6 1/2 inches. Photo by A.M.Cronin for McGregor Museu[m].' Also inscribed in pencil 'D'. R850
  3. Another photograph of Old Lys was used in S.S.Dornan: "Pygmies and Bushmen of the Kalhari".

  4. __________ '//NG BUSHWOMAN-SOUTHERN KALAHARI', 15.3 x 10.4cm., pinholes, incribed in ink on reverse with '9', title and 'Katje wife of Piet (No 2) born beyond the Langebergen towards the Mologo river. Married first to a !Kham Bushman. She is wearing shoulder as well as front and back kaross. Aged about 60 years. Height 5 feet. Photo by A.M.Cronin for McGregor Museum'. Other inscriptions in pencil include 'H' and publishing instructions, Published in S.S.Dornan: "Pygmies and Bushmen of the Kalahari", London, 1925. R1,200
  5. __________ 'BAKALAHARI (MOLEPOLOLE) BECHUANALAND PROTECTORATE', 11 x 15.3cm., pinholes, inscribed in ink on reverse with '57', title and 'A group of young women making snuff from tobacco which Mr.Cronin has given them. The Bakalahari are servants of the Bechuana who feed and clothe them. Photo by A.M.Cronin for McGregor Museum Kimberley', other inscriptions in pencil include 'G' and publishing instructions, Published in S.S.Dornan: "Pygmies and Bushmen of the Kalahari", London, 1925. R1,200
  6. __________ 'BAKALAHARI (MUTLE) BECHUANALAND PROTECTORATE', 15 x 10.5cm., some wear and thinning near edges, inscribed in ink on the reverse with title and 'A group of young married women. Their clothes are made of leather. Note the leg rings. Photo by A.M.Cronin for McGregor Museum Kimberley', other inscriptions in pencil include 'E' and publishing instructions, Published in S.S.Dornan: "Pygmies and Bushmen of the Kalahari", London, 1925. R1,200
  7. __________ 'BAKGATLA MOCHUDI', 10.8 x 15.2cm., inscribed in pencil on the reverse with the title. R1,500
  8. The same woman appears in Vol. 2 of Duggan- Cronin: "The Bantu Tribes of South Africa....the Sutochuana Tribes...the Bechuana...", Cambridge, 1929 with the caption 'A Kgatla potter at Mochudi...'.

  9. __________ 'BAKWENA PICANNINS MOLEPOLOLE, BECHUANALAND PROTECTORATE', 11 x 15.5cm., pinholes, inscribed in ink on reverse '64', 'M.M.16672', title, and 'Here we have the picannins of the ruling tribe the Bakwena and their Bakalahari nurse. Photo by A.M.Cronin for McGregor Museum', other inscriptions in pencil include '3' and publishing instructions, Published in S.S.Dornan: "Pygmies and Bushmen of the Kalahari", London, 1925. R1,200
  10. __________ 'GRINDING CORN ON THE LELUWALA MOCHUDI', 15 x 10.3cm., inscribed in pencil on reverse with the title. R1,500
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    Dorothea Bleek (South African 1873- 1948)

  12. __________ SIX ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF BUSHMAN/SAN PEOPLE, average size: 14 x 9cm., some cropped, one extended, some with pinholes and marks, two with damaged and/or torn edges, all have incriptions in ink on reverse of titles and publishing instructions, Published in S.S.Dornan: "Pygmies and Bushmen of the Kalahari", London, 1925. R3,000
  13. Miss Bleek is correctly acknowledged in the preface but each photograph is erroneously attributed to 'Miss Black' in the captions. 1. 'Nuna Bushman Man Gordonia District, Southern Kalahari. He is carrying his knap-sack, kerrie and is wearing shoes because the sun was unbearably hot. Photo by Miss Bleek.' 2. 'Nuna Bushman Gordonia District, Southern Kalahari. Black kaross on the ground and Tsama beside him. Photo by Miss Bleek'. 3. '/Nuna Bushman Gordonia District, Southern Kalahari. Back kaross on the ground Tsama at feet. The nights were cold here even in midsummer calling for a kaross. Photo by Miss Bleek.' 4. 'Bushmen - Gordonia District Southern Kalahari. These are the /Nuna and =Kattea dancing the Fertility dance and scattering Tsama seeds. These tribes had come down in search of Tsama which had failed in the north. Note the chorus. Photo by Miss Bleek.' 5. 'Bushmen- Gordonia District Southern Kalahari. A nearer view of some of the dancers. The natives sitting down with the hats on are Namaquas. Photo by Miss Bleek.' 6. '/Nuna Bushman boys Nosob River Southern Kalahari. Notice their tummies distended with Tsama. Photo by Miss Bleek.'

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    Ernest Cole (South African 1940- 1990)

  14. __________ 'AFTER PROCESSING, THEY WAIT AT RAILROAD STATION FOR TRANSPORTATION TO MINE. IDENTITY TAG ON WRIST SHOWS SHIPMENT OF LABOR TO WHICH MAN IS ASSIGNED', 16 x 24cm., inscribed in pencil on reverse 'Consignment of human cargo', 'Photograph by Ernest Cole...Magnum Photos' and ABC Press copyright stamps, Published in Ernest Cole: "House of Bondage", New York, 1967. R20,000
  15. Appears as full page illus. on page 30 of "House of Bondage".

  16. __________ 'AT ASSIGNMENT DESK CLERK'S RUBBER STAMP DICTATES MINE WHERE MAN WILL WORK', 16 x 24cm., small crease bottom right, inscribed in pencil on reverse 'Assigned to various mines in South Africa simply by a rubber stamp - the miner is not consulted or given a choice', 'Photography by Ernest Cole...Magnum Photos' and ABC Press copyright stamps, Published in Ernest Cole: "House of Bondage", New York, 1967. R20,000
  17. Appears on page 27 of "House of Bondage".

  18. __________ 'MINERS ARE IDLE ON SUNDAY', 16 x 24cm., on reverse 'Photography by Ernest Cole...Magnum Photos' and ABC Press copyright stamps, Published in Ernest Cole: "House of Bondage", New York, 1967. R20,000
  19. Appears on page 36 of "House of Bondage".

  20. __________ 'THERE IS ONE BED IN THE MOGALE HOUSE. DANIEL AND MARTHA AND THEIR TWO YOUNGEST SLEEP IN IT; OTHERS SLEEP ON FLOOR', 16 x 24cm., inscribed in pencil on reverse 'Poverty - sleeping on floor', 'Photography by Ernest Cole...Magnum Photos' and ABC Press copyright stamps, published in Ernest Cole: "House of Bondage", New York, 1967. R20,000
  21. Appears on page 94 in "House of Bondage".

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    George Rodger (British 1908 -1995)

  22. __________ LESOTHO, 28 x 34.4cm., slight creasing and chipping on top and bottom edge, with two Magnum Photos stamps on reverse, one with 'Please credit George Rodger- Magnum', 1948. R13,500
  23. __________ TRANSKEI, Pondo women, 24.5 x 20 cm., inscribed in pencil on reverse 'South Africa, Pondo women of the Transkei' and various stamps including 'Copyright George Rodger Magnum Photos', 1948. R10,500
  24. __________ TRANSKEI, dancing and singing group, 18.7 x 22.4cm, on the reverse is mounted typed test 'Transkei-ohher recreation and perhaps the favorite pastime is dancing and singing. Unlike most native tribes neither the Pondos or the Xosas use drums. They chant rhythm often in harmony and with exceptionally good voices' plus 'Please credit George Rodger-Magunum' stamp, 1948. R10,500
  25. __________ TRANSKEI, the dance of the married women, 19 x 23.9 cm., on the reverse is mounted typed text: 'Transkei...women dance with sticks in their hands. They have a great variety of traditional dances. This is the dance of the married women', plus various stamps including 'Please credit George Rodger- Magnum', 1948. R10,500
  26. __________ TRANSKEI, Pondo woman with beadwork, 21.6 x 19.4cm., on the reverse is mounted typed text '...married women, like this one, also change the blanket of red ochre for one of pale blue after they have been proved good and faithful wives.', plus various stamps including 'Please credit George Rodger-Magnum', 1948. R10,500
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    Paul Alberts (South African 1946- )

  28. __________ B.D. MADIHA, Winburg, 1994, 23 x 35cm., titled, dated and signed by the photgrapher, 1994. R2,500
  29. One of a series of portraits made by Paul Alberts during a community project for free identity book photographs before the 1994 election.

  30. __________ K. MONNATHEBE, Verkeerdevlei, 1994, 23 x 35cm., titled, dated and signed by the photographer, 1994. R2,500
  31. One of a series of portraits made by Paul Alberts during a community project for free identity book photographs before the 1994 election.

  32. __________ R. LEBONA, Winburg, 1994, 23 x 35cm., titled, dated and signed by the photographer, 1994. R2,500
  33. One of a series of portraits made by Paul Alberts during a community project for free identity book photographs before the 1994 election.

  34. __________ S. MOJAHI, Bultfontein, 1994, 23 x 35cm., titled, dated and signed by the photographer, 1994. R2,500
  35. One of a series of portraits made by Paul Alberts during a community project for free identity book photographs before the 1994 election.

  36. __________ S. SIMELANE, Theunissen, 1994, 23 x 35cm., titled, dated and signed by the photographer, 1994. R2,500
  37. One of a series of portraits made by Paul Alberts during a community project for free identity book photographs before the 1994 election.


ARCHAEOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY & ETHNOGRAPHY

  1. Bryant (A.T.) THE ZULU PEOPLE, as they were before the white man came, 769pp., new endpapers, hardback, d.w., Pietermaritzburg, 1949. R550
  2. Callaway (G.) SKETCHES OF KAFIR LIFE, 154pp., illus., new endpapers, hardback, London, 1905. R650
  3. Folklore

  4. Bloomhill (G.) THE SACRED DRUM, a collection of stories based on folklore of Central Africa, illustrated by Leonora Kibel, 168pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1960. R300
  5. Cantrell (J.V.) FOLK-TALES FROM MPONDOLAND, illustrated by Gert le Grange, 155pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Pretoria, 1978. R550
  6. Text in Mpondo & English.

  7. Cook (P.A.W.) KWANE, an African saga, 212pp., hardback, Cape Town, No date. R200
  8. Elliot (G.) THE HUNTER'S CAVE, a book of stories based on African folk-tales, illustrated by Sheila Hawkins, 174pp., illus., paperback, Reprint, London, (1951) 1981. R150
  9. Miller (P.) illus. & text MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, 311pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., inscription on half title page, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1979. R850
  10. Mutwa (Credo V.) AFRICA IS MY WITNESS, 342pp., 4to., new endpapers, green quarter leather, No. 353 of an edition limited to 800 copies, Johannesburg, 1966. R750
  11. Phillips (M.) THE CAVE OF UNCLE KWA, a Bushman fantasy, illustrated by Karin Strömsöe, 148pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1965. R225
  12. Savory (P.) SWAZI FIRESIDE TALES, illustrated by Jillian Hulme, 159pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1972. R350
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  14. Impey (S.P.) ORIGIN OF THE BUSHMEN AND THE ROCK PAINTINGS OF SOUTH AFRICA, 102pp., illus., hardback, Cape Town, 1926. R750
  15. Junod (H.A.) THE LIFE OF A SOUTH AFRICAN TRIBE, 2 vols., Vol. 1: The Social life; Vol. 2: The Psychic life, 500+574pp., illus., map, partly unopened, hardback, d.w., Neuchatel, 1912. R2,500
  16. Kidd (D.) KAFIR SOCIALISM, and the dawn of individualism, an introduction to the study of the native problem, 286pp., hardback, London, 1908. R950
  17. __________ SAVAGE CHILDHOOD, a study of kafir children, 314pp., illus., hardback, d.w., London, 1906. R950
  18. __________ THE ESSENTIAL KAFIR, 435pp., illus., folding map, new endpapers, hardback, Reprint, London, (1904) 1925. R650
  19. Kirby (P.R.) THE MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OF THE NATIVE RACES OF SOUTH AFRICA, 358pp., illus., map, hardback, d.w., Second edition, Johannesburg, (1934) 1968. R750
  20. Rudner (J. & I.) THE HUNTER AND HIS ART, a survey of rock art in Southern Africa, 278pp., oblong 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, full brown leather, No.74 of the collector's edition limited to 100 copies signed by the authors, Cape Town, 1970. R1,250
  21. Soga (J.H.) THE AMA-XOSA, life and customs, 431pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Lovedale, No date (c1931). R950
  22. van der Post (L.) & Taylor (J.) TESTAMENT TO THE BUSHMEN, 176pp., colour illus., map, hardback, d.w., London, 1984. R450
  23. Vinnicombe (P.) PEOPLE OF THE ELAND, rock paintings of the Drakensberg Bushmen as a reflection of their life and thought, 388pp., oblong 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, slight marks on f.f.e.p., hardback, d.w., Pietermaritzburg, 1976. R4,500
  24. Woodhouse (B.) 'WHEN ANIMALS WERE PEOPLE', a-z of animals of Southern Africa as the Bushmen saw and thought them and as the camera sees them today, 120pp., oblong 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1984. R500
  25. Wright (J.B.) BUSHMAN RAIDERS OF THE DRAKENSBERG 1840-1870, a study of their conflict with stock-keeping peoples in Natal, 235pp., colour illus., folding map, hardback, d.w., Pietermaritzburg, 1971. R550

SOUTH AFRICAN ART, PHOTOGRAPHY & ARCHITECTURE

  1. __________ THE WHITE WALLED BEAUTY OF THE CAPE, a collection of photographs exhibited by the Simon van der Stel Foundation in Cape Town and Pretoria, October 1963, 36pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1964. R350
  2. Badsha (O.) photo. & Hughes (H.) text IMIJONDOLO, a photographic essay on forced removals in the Inanda District of South Africa, foreword by Bishop Desmond Tutu, 78pp., 4to., paperback, Durban, 1985. R250
  3. Brink (A.P.) photo. & text A PORTRAIT OF WOMAN AS A YOUNG GIRL, 148pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1973. R250
  4. Dell (E.) et. al. EVOCATIONS OF THE CHILD, fertility figures of the southern African region, 231pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., map, paperback, Catalogue of the exhibition, Cape Town, 1998. R750
  5. Essays by Gary van Wyk, Karel Nel, Hazel Friedman, Nessa Leibhammer, Anitra Nettleton etc.

  6. [Fransen (H.) ed.] ARCHITECTURAL BEAUTY OF THE OLD CAPE, as seen by Arthur Elliott, photographs of houses and farmsteads now largely demolished or ruined taken at the beginning of the twentieth century, 343pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1969. R1,750
  7. Gordon-Brown (A.) PICTORIAL AFRICANA, a survey of old South African paintings, drawings and prints to the end of the nineteenth century with a biographical dictionary of one thousand artists, 254pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., brown quarter leather, No. 157 of an edition limited to 200 copies signed by the author, Cape Town, 1975. R1,250
  8. Greig (D.) HERBERT BAKER IN SOUTH AFRICA, 276pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1970. R1,000
  9. Jansen (C.) photo. & Simson (S.) text 50 CAPE DUTCH HOUSES, 96pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., map, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1981. R350
  10. Kuhn (J.) MYTH AND MAGIC, the art of the Shona of Zimbabwe, 112pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1978. R550
  11. Langdown (A.A.) illus. & Philander (P.J.) text DIE BRUIN KOKON, 48pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Stellenbosch, 1965. R750
  12. Lindop (B.) SEKOTO, the art of Gerard Sekoto, 64pp., colour illus., hardback, d.w., London, 1995. R250
  13. Magubane (P.) photo. & Klopper (S.) text AFRICAN RENAISSANCE, 168pp., 4to., colour illus., half black leather, slipcase, One of a limited edition signed by the photographer, Cape Town, 2000. R950
  14. Nilant (F.E.G.) DIE HOUT- EN LINOSNEË VAN J.P. PIERNEEF, 197pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1974. R750
  15. Pearse (M.L.) photo. & text A CAMERA IN QUATHLAMBA, photographing the Drakensberg, 224pp., 4to., illus., new endpapers, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1980. R550
  16. Picton-Seymour (D.) HISTORICAL BUILDINGS IN SOUTH AFRICA, 192pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Cape Town, 1989. R550
  17. __________ VICTORIAN BUILDINGS IN SOUTH AFRICA, including Edwardian & Transvaal Republican styles 1850- 1910, a survey of houses, churches, schools, public and commmercial buildings with notes on the materials used, the architects concerned, the use of prefabricated ironmongery and the influence of European styles, 412pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1977. R550
  18. Pretorius (J.C.) DIE GESKIEDENIS VAN VOLKSKUNS IN SUID-AFRIKA, 'n studie van westerse volkskuns in Suid- Afrika, 154pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1992. R200
  19. Includes kappies, tombstones, embroidery etc.

  20. Rankin (E.) IMAGES OF METAL, post-war sculptures and assemblages in South Africa, 206pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Catalogue of the exhibition, Johannesburg, 1994. R450
  21. Includes the work of Willie Bester, Gavin Younge, Sydney Kumalo and David Brown.

  22. Rohner (J.R.) ART TREASURES FROM AFRICAN RUNNERS, 275pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Colorado, 2000. R750
  23. Schadeberg (J.) SOF'TOWN BLUES, images from the black '50s, 160pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Johannesberg, 1994. R500
  24. Sieber (R.) AFRICAN TEXTILES AND DECORATIVE ARTS, 239pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., map, paperback, Catalogue of the exhibition, New York, 1972. R350
  25. Walton (J.) CAPE DOVECOTS AND FOWL- RUNS, 120pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Stellenbosch, 1985. R450
  26. __________ DOUBLE-STOREYED FLAT-ROOFED BUILDINGS OF THE RURAL CAPE, 113pp., illus., paperback, No. 39 of an edition limited to 400 copies, Cape Town, 1993. R500
  27. Signed by the author on the title page.


SOUTH AFRICAN PRIVATE PRESSES

    The Artists' Press, Johannesburg

  1. Gordimer (Nadine) THE ULTIMATE SAFARI, with original hand-printed lithographs by Aletah Masuku, Alsetah Manthosi and Dorah Ngomane, 44pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., buckram covered boards with paper title labels on front and spine, hand-bound by Peter Carstens, slipcase, No. 15 of an edition limited to 100 copies signed by the author, Johannesburg, 2001. R4,950
  2. Nadine Gordimer's short story about Mozambican refugees is illustrated by three women who walked across the border from Mozambique to South Africa in the 1980s. The plates were drawn in the village of Welverdiend near the Kruger Park's Orpen Gate where the artists now live. They were made during a two week workshop in 1995. Each illustration is signed by the artist.

    Katrine Harries Print Cabinet, Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town

  3. [Inggs (Stephen) & Geustyn (Eunice) eds.] WHAT'S BRED IN THE STONE, art and technique of lithography, with eight original test plates and fourteen original lithographic prints by Stephen Inggs, Gavin Younge, Pippa Skotnes, Roderick Sauls, Eunice Geustyn, Fritha Langerman, Thembinkosi A.Goniwe, Bruce Arnott, Peggy Delport, Helmut Starcke, Malcolm Payne, Geoff Grundlingh, Zwelethu Mthethwa and Louis Jansen van Vuuren, 137pp., b/w & colour illus., large 4to., half tan leather, grey leather title label, marbled paper boards, No. 9 of an edition limited to 20 copies signed by the editors, Cape Town, 1998. R7,500
  4. This is the third in the series of hand-made artists' books produced under the auspices of the Katrine Harries Print Cabinet at the Michaelis School of Fine Art in Cape Town. It is both a technical manual and a creative exploration of the possibilities of the medium of lithography. Introduction by Stephen Inggs. Foreword by Pippa Skotnes. All the prints were hand printed from stone and aluminium lithographic plates and are numbered & signed by the artists.

  5. [Skotnes (P.), Sauls (R.) & Langerman (F.) assisted by Goniwe (A.) eds.] ON THE SURFACE, art and technique of relief printmaking, with nine original test-blocks prints and ten original relief prints by Bruce Arnott, Kevin Atkinson, Alfred Tembinkosi Goniwe, Stephen Inggs, Terry Kurgan, Fritha Langerman, Malcolm Payne, Roderick Sauls, Cecil Skotnes and Gavin Younge, 122pp., 4to., half maroon leather, dec. paper covered boards, No. 12 of an edition limited to 20 copies, Cape Town, 1996. R8,500
  6. This is the second in the series of hand-made artists' books produced under the auspices of the Katrine Harries Print Cabinet. All the prints were hand-printed from the original blocks. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist. The test plates were made and printed by Roderick Sauls, assisted by Alfred Goniwe and Fritha Langerman. Fritha Langerman compiled the text.

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    Axeage Press, Cape Town

  7. Payne (M.) FACE VALUE, old heads in modern masks. A visual, archaeological and historical reading of the Lydenburg Heads, edited by Malcolm Payne. Fourteen original hand-printed monochrome etchings and seven original hand- printed etched renderings of the Mafikeng Heads by Malcolm Payne. Essays by Patricia Davison, Martin Hall and Malcolm Payne, 139pp., illus., large 4to., quarter dark red leather with dec.paper covered boards, hand-bound by Peter Carstens, cloth covered slipcase, No. 30 of an edition limited to 50 copies signed by the contributors, Cape Town, 1993. R20,000
  8. Published by the artist

  9. Simon (Janet) illus. & introduction MEMORIA, a visual sonnet, with excerpts from Shakespeare's sonnets, 60pp., colour illus. (giclee prints), folio, full leather solander box, with inset phtograph covered in glass, lined with velvet, No. 2 of an edition limited to 17 copies, Cape Town, 2001. R15,000
  10. Fifty six continuous full colour prints (+4pp for the introduction and colophon), folded and partly stitched into a concertina format. Only printed on one side of the paper. The structure of the book is based on that of a sonnet (14 lines: ABAB CDCD EFEF GG) with every four images making up a 'line'. Lines 'rhyme' in accordance with the rhyming sequence of a sonnet. Stitched every four pieces to create divisions between lines but the rest left unstitched. It is possible to remove the book from the box and view it in many different ways. The concertina binding means that it can be viewed in a tradional double page spread format, or it can be pulled open so that a 'line' can be viewed in its entirety, with four pages seen at once. By opening it out even further, different juxtapositions between images can be created. Working with her original drawings, portraits, mixed-media collages and photographs, Janet Simon has created haunting images of memory and loss. From her introduction she states: 'A common thread that links all the elements included in this book, namely the sonnets, the artificial flower arrangements, the photographs and the portraits, is that they all attempt to preserve youthful beauty and the memory of things now, or soon to be lost against the effects of time.'



  1. Badcock (P.) text & illus. IMAGES OF WAR, 112pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Durban, 1981. R275
  2. Bagshawe (P.) WARRIORS OF THE SKY, Springbok air heroes in combat, 272pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1990. R250
  3. Bateman (P.) GENERALS OF THE ANGLO-BOER WAR, 131pp., 4to., illus., map, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1977. R300
  4. Breytenbach (J.H.) DIE GESKIEDENIS VAN DIE TWEEDE VRYHEIDSOORLOG IN SUID-AFRIKA, 1899-1902, uitgegee op las van die Minister van Nasionale Opvoeding en onder toesig van die departement Geskiedenis van die Universiteit van Pretoria, Vol. 1: Die Boere-offensief, Okt.-Nov.1899; Vol. 2: Die eerste Britse offensief, Nov.-Des. 1899; Vol. 3: Die stryd in Natal, Jan.-Feb. 1900; Vol. 4: Die Boereterugtog uit Kaapland; Vol. 5: Die Britse opmars tot in Pretoria; Vol. 6: Die beleg van Mafeking tot met die slag van Bergendal, 508+513+594+513+587+371pp., illus., colour maps, hardback, Pretoria, Vol. 1: 1969, Vol. 2: (1971) 1986, Vol. 3: (1973) 1987, Vol. 4: (1977) 1990, Vol. 5: (1983) 2000 & Vol. 6: 1996. R3,500
  5. Brink (J.N.) RECOLLECTIONS OF A BOER PRISONER-OF-WAR AT CEYLON, 220pp., illus., map, hardback, Amsterdam, 1904. R550
  6. Clammer (D.) THE LAST ZULU WARRIOR, 240pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., map, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1977. R4,500
  7. Collyer (Brig.-Gen. J.J.) THE SOUTH AFRICANS WITH GENERAL SMUTS IN GERMAN EAST AFRICA, 299pp., colour folding maps, hardback, Pretoria, 1939. R1,250
  8. Denton (K.) CLOSED FILE, the true story behind the execution of Breaker Morant and Peter Handock, 160pp., illus., map, hardback, d.w., Adelaide, 1983. R500
  9. Gardner (B.) GERMAN EAST, the story of the First World War in East Africa, 213pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., London, 1963. R450
  10. Griffiths (R.) FIRST CITY, a saga of service, 292pp., illus., hardback, d.w, Cape Town, No date. R750
  11. Heitman (H.) SOUTH AFRICAN ARMS & ARMOUR, a concise guide to armaments of the South African Army, Navy and Air Force, 192pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Cape Town, 1988. R225
  12. Hobhouse (E.) DIE SMARTE VAN DIE OORLOG EN WIE DIT GELY HET, uit die engels vertaal deur Dr. N.J. van der Merwe, 429pp.,illus., hardback, Cape Town, 1923. R1,250
  13. Kestell (Ds. J.D.) & Van Velden (D.E.) DE VREDESONDERHANDELINGEN, tusschen de Regeeringen der twee Zuid-Afrikaansche Republieken en de Vertegenwoordigers der Britsche Regeering, welke uitliepen op den Vrede, op 31 Mei 1902 te Vereeniging gesloten, 215pp., illus., hardback, Pretoria, 1909. R750
  14. Leigh (M.) CAPTIVES COURAGEOUS, South African prisoners of war World War II, 333pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1992. R250
  15. MacDonald (J.F.) THE WAR HISTORY OF SOUTHERN RHODESIA 1939-45, 2 vols., 353+673pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, d.ws., Salisbury, 1947-1950. R1,500
  16. McDonald (I.) THE BOER WAR IN POSTCARDS, 179pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Reprint, London, (1990) 2001. R250
  17. Miller (C.) BATTLE FOR THE BUNDU, the First World War in East Africa, 353pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., London, 1974. R450
  18. Moorcraft (P.L.) AFRICA'S SUPER POWER, 191pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1981. R325
  19. Pemberton (W.B.) BATTLES OF THE BOER WAR, 216pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., London, 1964. R250
  20. Rae (Rev. C.) MALABOCH, or notes from my diary on the Boer Campaign of 1894 against the chief Malaboch of Blaauwberg, District Zoutpansberg, South African Republic, to which is appended a synopsis of the Johannesburg Crisis of 1896, 248pp., illus., folding map, new endpapers, recased, hardback, Cape Town, 1898. R1,250
  21. Reitz (D.) COMMANDO, a Boer journal of the Boer War, introduction by Thomas Pakenham, 320pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Reprint, Johannesburg, (1929) 1990. R350
  22. Schikkerling (R.W.) COMMANDO COURAGEOUS, (a Boer's diary), 396pp., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1964. R300
  23. Smail (J.L.) THOSE RESTLESS YEARS, (dealing with the Boer Wars and Bambata Rebellion), 180pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1971. R350
  24. __________ WITH SHIELD AND ASSEGAI, an historical guide for Natal and Zululand 1497 to 1879, 172pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1969. R350
  25. Steenkamp (W.) SOUTH AFRICA'S BORDER WAR 1966-1989, 256pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, Gibraltar, 1989. R450


  1. Brink (A.) THE WALL OF THE PLAGUE, 447pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1984. R450
  2. Inscribed by the author on the f.f.e.p. & signed on the title page.

  3. Ebersohn (W.) CLOSED CIRCLE, 318pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1990. R250
  4. __________ STORE UP THE ANGER, 239pp., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1980. R250
  5. Signed by the author on the f.f.e.p.

  6. Faye (C.) ZULU REFERENCES, for interpreters and students, 122pp., 4to., illus., map, hardback, worn & patched d.w., Pietermaritzburg, 1923. R650
  7. Henty (G.A.) THE YOUNG COLONISTS, a tale of the Zulu and Boer wars, 303pp., illus., hardback, London, No date. R550
  8. __________ WITH BULLER IN NATAL, or a born leader, 416pp., illus., new endpapers, hardback, London, 1901. R750
  9. __________ WITH ROBERTS TO PRETORIA, a tale of the South African war, 384pp., illus., map, hardback, London, No date. R550
  10. Jensma (Wopko) SING FOR OUR EXECUTION, poems and woodcuts, 123pp., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 1973. R200
  11. Leroux (E.) ONSE HYMIE, 131pp., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1982. R550
  12. Inscribed by the author on the title page.

  13. Rive (R.) AFRICAN SONG, 149pp., paperback, Berlin, 1963. R750
  14. Inscribed by the author on the f.f.e.p.

  15. Schoeman (K.) ANOTHER COUNTRY, translated by David Schalkwyk, 311pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1991. R250
  16. __________ TAKE LEAVE AND GO, 279pp., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1990. R250
  17. Skinner (Douglas Reid) THE HOUSE IN PELLA DISTRICT, 41pp., paperback, Cape Town, 1985. R200
  18. Inscribed by the author on the half title.

  19. van der Post (L.) ABOUT BLADY, a pattern out of time, 255pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1991. R750
  20. Signed by Lucia Crichton-Miller (the author's daughter) & Mangosuthu Buthelezi on the title page on 19th Jan 2002 when the van der Post memorial garden was opened in Phillipolis.

  21. __________ THE ADMIRAL'S BABY, 340pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1996. R750
  22. Signed by Lucia Crichton-Miller (the author's daughter) & Mangosuthu Buthelezi on the title page on 19th Jan 2002 when the van der Post memorial garden was opened in Phillipolis.

  23. __________ THE HEART OF THE HUNTER, 256pp., illus., hardback, d.w., London, 1961. R500
  24. __________ THE SEED AND THE SOWER, 247pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1963. R500
  25. __________ THE VOICE OF THE THUNDER, 229pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1993. R750
  26. Signed by Lucia Crichton-Miller (the author's daughter) & Mangosuthu Buthelezi on the title page on 19th Jan 2002 when the van der Post memorial garden was opened in Phillipolis.

  27. __________ YET BEING SOMEONE OTHER, 352pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1982. R225


  1. Batten (A.) illus. & text FLOWERS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, 401pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1986. R750
  2. Brandon-Kirby (R.) FLY-FISHING IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, 180pp., 4to., colour illus., map, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1993. R450
  3. Carr (J.D.) THE SOUTH AFRICAN ACACIAS, 323pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1976. R650
  4. Claassens (A.J.M.) & Dickson (C.G.C.) THE BUTTERFLIES OF THE TABLE MOUNTAIN RANGE, with comprehensive observations on their habits, times of appearance and life- histories, 160pp., colour illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1980. R450
  5. Clancey (P.A.) illus. & text THE RARE BIRDS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, 512pp., 4to., colour illus, maps, hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1985. R950
  6. Coates Palgrave (O.H.) illus., Coates Palgrave (D. & P.) photo. & Coates Palgrave (K.) text TREES OF CENTRAL AFRICA, 466pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., map, hardback, d.w., Salisbury, 1956. R2,000
  7. Court (D.) SUCCULENT FLORA OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, a comprehensive and authoritative guide to the indigenous succulents of South Africa, Botswana, South-West Africa/Namibia, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe/Rhodesia & Mozambique incorporating the latest research and changes in nomenclature, 224pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1981. R750
  8. Signed by the author on the title page.

  9. [Gon (O.) & Heemstra (P.C.) ed.] FISHES OF THE SOUTHERN OCEAN, 462pp., 4to., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Grahamstown, 1990. R750
  10. Harris (T.) text. & Arnott (G.) illus SHRIKES OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, true shrikes, helmet-shrikes and bush- shrikes, including the batises and Black-throated Wattle-eye, 224pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, d.w. slipcase, Cape Town, 1988. R950
  11. Henning (S.F.) THE CHARAXINAE BUTTERFLIES OF AFRICA, 457pp., 4to., colour illus., map, hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1988. R1,250
  12. Hobson (N.K.) & Jessop (J.P.) text. Ginn (M.C. vd R.) & Kelly (J.) illus. VELD PLANTS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, 310pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., No. 14 of an edition limited to 50 copies signed by the authors & illustrators, Johannesburg, 1975. R550
  13. Jacobsen (W.B.G.) THE FERNS AND FERN ALLIES OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, 542pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Reprint, Durban, (1983) 1989. R550
  14. Kensley (B.) SEA-SHELLS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA - GASTROPODS, 225pp., b/w & colour illus., map, full brown leather, No. 56 of an edition limited to 100 copies signed by the author, Cape Town, 1973. R850
  15. Kilburn (R.) & Rippey (E.) SEA SHELLS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, 249pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., map, hardback, corners slightly bumped, d.w., Johannesburg, 1982. R750
  16. Signed by Richard Kilburn on title page.

  17. Maclean (G.L.) text. & Darroll (G.) illus DUCKS OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA, 160pp., large 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1986. R1,500
  18. Palmer (E.) & Pitman (N.) TREES OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, 3 vols., 2235 pages continuously paginated., b/w & colour illus., map, quarter leather, hardbacks, d.ws., No. 28 of an edition limited to 250 copies bound in quarter leather signed by Eve Palmer, Cape Town, 1972-1973. R10,500
  19. Pinhey (E.) BUTTERFLIES OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, 240pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1965. R350
  20. __________ EMPEROR MOTHS, of South and South Central Africa, 150pp., b/w & colour illus., some foxing on prelims., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1972. R650
  21. Priest (C.D.) A GUIDE TO THE BIRDS OF SOUTHERN RHODESIA, and a record of their nesting habits, 233pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, London, 1929. R1,250
  22. Reynolds (G.W.) THE ALOES OF TROPICAL AFRICA AND MADAGASCAR, 537pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., map, some foxing on prelims., hardback, d.w., Swaziland, 1966. R850
  23. Swanepoel (D.A.) BUTTERFLIES OF SOUTH AFRICA, where, when and how they fly, 320pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., full green leather, hardback, Cape Town, 1953. R1,250
  24. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Signed by the author on the reverse of the half title.

  25. von Breitenbach (F.) SOUTHERN CAPE FORESTS AND TREES, a guide, 328pp., 4to., map, illus., hardback, d.w., Pretoria, 1974. R450
  26. Watt (J.M.) & Breyer-Brandwijk (M.G.) THE MEDICINAL AND POISONOUS PLANTS OF SOUTHERN AND EASTERN AFRICA, being an account of their medicinal and other uses, chemical composition, pharmacological effects and toxicology in man and animal, 1457pp., b/w & colour illus., some spotting on edges, hardback, d.w., Second edition, London, (1932) 1962. R6,500


  1. Alexander (J.E.) AN EXPEDITION OF DISCOVERY INTO THE INTERIOR OF AFRICA, 2 vols., 302+331pp., illus., folding map, half brown leather, Facsimile reprint, Cape Town, (1838) 1967. R550
  2. Andersson (C.J.) LAKE NGAMI, or explorations and discovery during four years of wanderings in the wilds of South-Western Africa, 546pp., illus., folding map, hardback, worn d.w., Facsimile reprint, Cape Town, (1856) 1967. R750
  3. Arbousset (T.) & Daumas (F.) NARRATIVE OF AN EXPLORATORY TOUR, to the North-East of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope, 330pp., illus., folding map, hardback, d.w., Facsimile reprint, Cape Town, (1846) 1968. R450
  4. Aronson (Theo) ROYAL AMBASSADORS, British royalties in southern Africa 1860-1947, 144 pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1975. R150
  5. Signed by the author on the title page.

  6. Axelson (E.) PORTUGUESE IN SOUTH-EAST AFRICA 1600-1700, 226pp., maps, hardback, d.w., Reprint, Johannesburg, (1960) 1969. R450
  7. Baines (T.) & Lord (W.B.) SHIFTS AND EXPEDIENTS OF CAMP LIFE, TRAVEL AND EXPLORATION, introduction by Frank Bradlow, 734pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Reprint, Johannesburg, (1876) 1975. R750
  8. Bawcombe (P.) illus. & Scannell (T.) text JOHANNESBURG, 134pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, stained d.w., Johannesburg, 1973. R450
  9. __________ KIMBERLY, foreword by Harry F. Oppenheimer, 136pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., inscription on the f.f.e.p., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1976. R450
  10. Becker (P.) TRAILS & TRIBES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, 211pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., inscription by the previous owner on the title page, maps, full green leather with blind stamp & gilt decorations, No. 21 of an edition limited to 70 copies signed by the author, London, 1975. R950
  11. Böeseken (A.J.) SIMON VAN DER STEL EN SY KINDERS, 277pp., illus., map on endpapers, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1964. R300
  12. __________ SLAVES AND FREE BLACKS AT THE CAPE 1658-1700, 208pp., map on the endpapers, pencil anotations throughout, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1977. R275
  13. Bridgland (F.) JONAS SAVIMBI, a key to Africa, 513pp., illus., inscription on half title, hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1986. R350
  14. Bryden (H.A.) GUN AND CAMERA IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, a year of wanderings in Bechuanaland, the Kalahari Desert, and the Lake River country, Ngamiland with notes on colonisation, natives, natural history and sport, 535pp., illus., map, hardback, Facsimile reprint, Arizona, (1893) 1988. R450
  15. Burrows (E.H.) OVERBERG ODYSSEY, people, roads and early days, 212pp., illus., maps, hardback, Swellendam, 1994. R150
  16. __________ OVERBERG OUTSPAN, a chronicle of people and places in the South Western Districts of the Cape, 310pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1952. R350
  17. Burton (R.F.) FIRST FOOTSTEPS IN EAST AFRICA, or an exploration of Harar, 2 vols., 209+276pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.ws., Reprint, London, (1894) 1986. R550
  18. Diar (P.) THE SHARPEVILLE SIX, 321pp., illus., map, hardback, d.w., Canada, 1990. R275
  19. du Plessis (I.D.) & Lückhoff (C.A.) THE MALAY QUARTER AND ITS PEOPLE, photography by E.van Z.Hofmeyr and J. Luckhoff, 90pp.text + 172pp. b/w & colour illus., 4to., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1953. R550
  20. Farini (G.A.) THROUGH THE KALAHARI DESERT, a narrative of a journey with gun, camera, and note-book to lake N'Gami and back, 475pp., illus., folding maps, hardback, d.w., Facsimile reprint, Cape Town, (1886) 1973. R550
  21. Freislich (R.) THE LAST TRIBAL WAR, a history of the Bondelswart uprising which took place in South West Africa in 1922, 117pp., illus., map, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1964. R550
  22. Signed by Prince George (Duke of York)

  23. George (Prince) Duke of York, future King George V SPEECH, 2pp., large 4to., folded, worn and slightly stained, signed by Prince George, Cape Town, 1901. R2,500
  24. Prince George visited South Africa with his wife Princess May in 1901. They arrived in Simonstown on Sunday 18th August and on Monday took the train for Cape Town where at Government House Prince George made a speech: '...I should also like to express our admiration of the appearance which the City of Cape Town presents today....I congratulate you on the abundant evidence of progress achieved...notably in your trade and commerce......I greatly deplore the continuance of the lamentable struggle which has so long prevailed with South Africa, and for the speedy termination of which the whole Empire fervently prays....That South Africa may soon be delivered from the troubles which beset her is our most earnest prayer, and that ere long the only struggle she knows may be an eager rivalry in the arts of peace and in striving to promote the good government and well-being of the community."

  25. Hahn (C.H.L.), Fourie (L.) & Vedder (Dr. H.) THE NATIVE TRIBES OF SOUTH WEST AFRICA, 211pp., illus., hardback, Cape Town, 1928. R950
  26. The Ovambo by C.H.L. Hahn, The Bushmen of South West Africa by L. Fourie, The Berg Damara, The Herero & The Nama by H. Vedder

  27. Hancock (W.K.) SMUTS, Vol.1: The Sanguine Years 1870-1919, Vol.2: The Fields of Force 1919-1950, 618+589pp., illus., folding maps, hardback, d.ws., London, 1962- 1968. R750
  28. Heese (H.F.) GROEP SONDER GRENSE, (die rol en status van die gemengde bevolking aan die Kaap, 1652-1795), 89pp., 4to., paperback, Cape Town, 1984. R500
  29. Signed by the author on the title page.

  30. Herd (N.) THE BENT PINE, the trial of chief Langalibalele, 166pp., illus., map, hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1976. R300
  31. Historical Publication Society

  32. Botha (H.C.) JOHN FAIRBAIRN IN SOUTH AFRICA, 336pp.,hardback, d.w., No. 5, Cape Town, 1984. R95
  33. De Wet (G.C.) DIE VRYLIEDE EN VRYSWARTES IN DIE KAAPSE NEDERSETTING 1657-1707, 246pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., No. 2, Cape Town, 1981. R95
  34. Moore (D.M.) GENERAL LOUIS BOTHA'S SECOND EXPEDITION TO NATAL DURING THE ANGLO-BOER WAR, September - October 1901, 112pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., No. 1, Cape Town, 1979. R95
  35. Shain (M.) JEWRY AND CAPE SOCIETY, the origins and activities of the Jewish Board of Deputies for the Cape Colony, 144pp., illus., hardback, d.w., No. 4, Cape Town, 1983. R150
  36. Solomon (V.E.) THE SOUTH AFRICAN SHIPPING QUESTION, 1886-1914., 301pp., illus., hardback, d.w., No. 3, Cape Town, 1982. R95
  37. ____________

  38. Holub (Dr Emil) SIEBEN JAHRE IN SÜD-AFRIKA, Erlebnisse, Forschungen und Jagden auf meinen Reisen von den Diamantenfeldern zum Zambeji (1872-1879), 2 vols., 532+528pp., illus., folding maps, decorated brown pictorial cloth binding, Vienna, 1881. R4,500
  39. Jacobs (K.) & Levine (E.) COINS OF SOUTH AFRICA, a complete reference book on South African coins, photographically illustrated by Gerald Hoberman, 175pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., No. 49 of an edition limited to 1000 copies signed by the authors, Cape Town, 1983. R350
  40. Jessup (E.) ERNEST OPPENHEIMER, a study in power, 357pp., maps, hardback, d.w., London, 1979. R200
  41. Kanfer (S.) THE LAST EMPIRE, De Beers, diamonds and the world, 409pp., illus., map, hardback, d.w., London, 1993. R275
  42. Le Cordeur (B.) & Saunders (C.) THE KITCHINGMAN PAPERS, missionary letters and journals, 1817 to 1848 from the Brenthurst Collection, Johannesburg, 310pp., 4to., colour illus., half green leather marbled boards, No. 7 of an edition limited to 125 copies bound in half leather, Johannesburg, 1976. R1,250
  43. Levine (E.) THE COINAGE AND COUNTERFEITS OF THE ZUID-AFRIKAANSCHE REPUBLIEK, 127pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1974. R200
  44. Lichtenstein (W.H.C.) FOUNDATION OF THE CAPE / ABOUT THE BECHUANAS, being a history of the discovery and colonisation of Southern Africa - fragment of an unpublished manuscript written circa 1811 and a translation of "Ueber der Beetjuanas" originally published in 1807, translated, edited and with a biographical introduction by Dr. O.H. Spohr, 113pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1973. R350
  45. Liebowitz (D.) THE PHYSICIAN AND THE SLAVE TRADE, John Kirk, the Livingstone expeditions, and the crusade against slavery in East Africa, 314pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., New York, 1998. R150
  46. Makin (A.E.) THE 1820 SETTLERS OF SALEM, (Hezekiah Sephton's Party), 142pp., illus., ownership stamp on inside front cover, maps, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1971. R350
  47. Signed by Nelson Mandela

  48. Mandela (N.) THE LONG WALK TO FREEDOM, the autobiography of Nelson Mandela, 630pp., illus., map on the endpapers, hardback, d.w., London, 1994. R3,500
  49. Signed and dated inscription on the title page.

    Maritime

  50. Bevan (D.) DRUMS OF THE BIRKENHEAD, 190pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1972. R275
  51. Burman (J.) SHIPWRECK!, courage and endurance in the southern seas, 140pp., illus., map, hardback, Cape Town, 1986. R150
  52. Du Toit (A.) SOUTH AFRICA'S FIGHTING SHIPS, past and present, 359pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1992. R550
  53. Hughes (D.) & Humphries (P.) IN SOUTH AFRICAN WATERS, passenger liners since 1930, 133pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1977. R200
  54. Ingpen (B.) SOUTH AFRICAN MERCHANT SHIPS, an illustrated recent history of coasters, colliers, containerships, tugs, and other vessels, 149pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1979. R350
  55. Ingpen (B.) & Pabst (R.) MARITIME SOUTH AFRICA, a pictorial history, 176pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., London, 1985. R450
  56. Laver (M.P.H.) et al SAILOR-WOMEN/SEA- WOMEN, a history of The South African Women's Auxiliary Naval Service 1943-1949, 396pp., 4to., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1986. R450
  57. Storrar (P.) DRAMA AT PONTA DELGADA, shipwreck in Plettenberg Bay, 123pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1988. R350
  58. Turner (M.) SHIPWRECKS & SALVAGE, in South Africa, 1505 to the present, 224pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1988. R450
  59. ____________

  60. Michell (Sir L.) THE LIFE OF THE RT. HON. CECIL JOHN RHODES 1853-1902, 2 vols, 362+362pp., illus., recased, new endpapers, hardbacks, London, 1910. R1,750
  61. Nielsen (P.) THE MATABELE AT HOME, 73pp., illus., new endpapers, light foxing on prelims., hardback, Bulawayo, No date. R850
  62. Pearse (R.O.) BARRIER OF SPEARS, drama of the Drakensberg, 304pp., 4to., colour illus., maps, map on the endpapers, full brown leather, No. 28 of an edition limited to 100 copies signed by the author, Cape Town, 1973. R500
  63. Picard (H.) CAPE EPIC, 184pp., 4to,, illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Howick, 1977. R350
  64. [Potgieter D.J. et al eds.] STANDARD ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, 12 vols., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Cape Town, 1970-1976. R2,500
  65. [Raven-Hart (R.) ed.] CAPE OF GOOD HOPE 1652-1702, the first fifty years of Dutch colonisation as seen by callers, 2 vols, 222+527pp., 4to., illus., maps, hardbacks, d.ws., Cape Town, 1971. R850
  66. Seaver (G.) DAVID LIVINGSTONE, his life and letters, 650pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., London, 1957. R650
  67. Selous (F.C.) AFRICAN NATURE NOTES AND REMINISCENCES, with a "foreword" by President Roosevelt and illustrations by E. Caldwell, 356pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Facsimile reprint, Salisbury, (1908) 1969. R650
  68. Smith (A.H.) CAPE VIEWS AND COSTUMES, water-colours by H.G. de Meillon in the Brenthurst Collection, Johannesburg, 134pp., 4to., colour illus., green half leather marbled boards, slipcase, No. 7 of an edition limited to 125 copies bound in half leather, Johannesburg, 1978. R2,000
  69. Includes 16pp. booklet by Rob Shell

  70. Storrar (P.) GEORGE REX, death of a legend, 240pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 1974. R275
  71. Trevelyan (R.) GRAND DUKES AND DIAMONDS, the Wernhers of Luton Hoo, 472pp., illus., hardback, d.w., London, 1991. R295
  72. Tylden (G.) THE RISE OF THE BASUTO, 270pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1950. R450
  73. Van Riebeeck Society COMPLETE SET OF THE SECOND SERIES, 32 vols., hardbacks, Cape Town, 1970- 2001. R6,500
  74. Vedder (H.) SOUTH WEST AFRICA IN EARLY TIMES, being the story of South West Africa up to the date of Maharero's death in 1890, translated and edited by Cyril G. Hall, 525pp., illus., folding maps, hardback, d.w., London, 1938. R1,450
  75. Venter (L.) WHEN MANDELA GOES, the coming of South Africa's second revolution, 301pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 1997. R150
  76. Wagner (P.A.) THE DIAMOND FIELD OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, 355pp., illus., maps, light sello-tape marks on the f.f.e.p., hardback, d.w., Reprint, Cape Town, (1914) 1971. R750
  77. Wannenburgh (A.J.) text & Johnson (P.) photo. DIAMOND PEOPLE, 280pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., London, 1990. R650
  78. [Waterhouse (G.) et al] SIMON VAN DER STEL'S JOURNEY TO NAMAQUALAND IN 1685, 431pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., No. 661 of an edition limited to 750, Cape Town, 1979. R2,500
  79. This new edition of the journal contains, for the first time, the 71 surviving drawings in full colour as well as facsimile reproductions of the entire manuscript. There is a new transcription, an English translation of the journal and a revised introduction by G. Waterhouse.

  80. Williams (H.) SOUTHERN LIGHTS, lighthouses of Southern Africa, 181pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., map on the endpapers, hardback, d.w., 1993. R350


  1. Addis (J.M.) CHINESE CERAMICS FROM DATABLE TOMBS, and some other dated material, a handbook, 190pp., b/w & colour illus., small marks on f.f.e.p., hardback, d.w., London, 1978. R500
  2. __________ CHINESE PORCELAIN FROM THE ADDIS COLLECTION, twenty-two pieces of Chingtehchen porcelain presented to the British Museum, 90pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., London, 1979. R500
  3. Bhatt (V.) text and photo. RESORTS OF THE RAJ, hill stations of India, 192pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, maps, d.w., New Jersey, 1998. R650
  4. Chenciner (R.) MADDER RED, a history of luxury and trade, plant dyes and pigments in world commerce and art, 384pp., hardback, illus., maps, d.w., Reprint, Richmond, (2000) 2001. R500
  5. Clark (G.) THE POTTER'S ART, a complete history of pottery in Britain, 240pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., London, 1995. R650
  6. Clark (G.), Ellison (R.) & Hecht (E.) THE MAD POTTER OF BILOXI, the art and life of George E.Ohr, 192pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., New York, 1989. R900
  7. Cooper (N.) HOUSES OF THE GENTRY, 1480- 1680, 370pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., New Haven, 1999. R750
  8. Daniels (S.) HUMPHRY REPTON, landscape gardening and the geography of Georgian England, 317pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, d.w., New Haven, 1999. R250
  9. Faensen (H.) & Ivanov (V.) EARLY RUSSIAN ARCHITECTURE, photographs by Klaus G.Beyer, translated by Mary Whittall, 537pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., London, 1975. R500
  10. Gill (Eric) THE ENGRAVINGS OF ERIC GILL, 545pp., folio, mainly b/w illus. (some folding) with a few in colour, blind-decorated black cloth with cream cloth back, slipcase, Christopher Skelton, Skelton's Press, Wellingborough, 1983. R5,000
  11. Includes"Eric Gill: a personal record" by Douglas Cleverdon, "Gill the Engraver, a survey" by Christopher Skelton and a check list of books containing engravings.

  12. Howley (J.) THE FOLLIES AND GARDEN BUILDINGS OF IRELAND, 251pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., New Haven, 1993. R950
  13. Jaffer (A.) FURNITURE FROM BRITISH INDIA AND CEYLON, a catalogue of the collection in the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Peabody Essex Museum, 416pp., 4to., hardback, b/w & colour illus., d.w., London, 2001. R1,100
  14. Longstraffe-Gowan (T.) THE LONDON TOWN GARDEN, 1740-1840, 289pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., New Haven, 2001. R850
  15. Medley (M.) T'ANG POTTERY & PORCELAIN, 151pp., b/w & colour illus., map, mark where ownership signature has been removed from f.f.e.p., hardback, d.w., London, 1981. R250
  16. Mendelsohn (Erich) (photographs and text) AMERIKA, bilderbuch eines architekten, mit 100 meist eigenen aufnahmen des verfasers, 222pp., 4to., illus., navy cloth back, light grey boards (slightly marked), restored corners, Berlin, 1928. R3,000
  17. Photographs taken in 1924 of Mendelsohn's trip to New York, Detroit, Chicago and Buffalo. Originally published in 1926 this is the revised and enlarged edition with more plates.

  18. Pope (J.A.) CHINESE PORCELAINS FROM THE ARDEBIL SHRINE, 194pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Reprint with corrections, London, (1956) 1981. R950
  19. Pugh (P.D.Gordon) STAFFORDSHIRE PORTRAIT FIGURES, and allied subjects of the Victorian era including the definitive catalogue, 558 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Reprinted revised edition, Suffolk, (1970) 1995. R550
  20. Rhead (G.W. & F.A.) STAFFORDSHIRE POTS & POTTERS, 384pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, London, 1906. R750
  21. Riddell (S.) DATED CHINESE ANTIQUITIES, 600-1650, 256pp., illus., hardback, d.w., London, 1979. R500
  22. Sammartini (T.) DECORATIVE FLOORS OF VENICE, 208pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., London, 2000. R800
  23. Sayer (G.) T'AO YA, or pottery refinements, being a translation with notes and an introduction, 163pp., marks where ownership signature has been removed from f.f.e.p., hardback, London, 1959. R500
  24. Sellers (V.B.) COURTLY GARDENS IN HOLLAND, 1600-1650, the House of Orange and the Hortus Batavus, 424pp., 4to., hardback, b/w & colour illus., d.w., Amsterdam, 2001. R1,200
  25. Vainker (S.J.) CHINESE POTTERY AND PORCELAIN, from prehistory to the present, 240pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, d.w., London, 1991. R400
  26. Wesolowski (Z.M.) A CONCISE GUIDE TO MILITARY TIMEPIECES, 1880-1990, 192pp., hardback, illus., d.w., Reprint, Marlborough, (1996) 1999. R400


  1. Archer (T.) THE WAR IN EGYPT AND THE SOUDAN, an episode in the history of the British Empire, being a descriptive account of the scenes and events of that great drama and sketches of the principal actors in it, 4 vols. bound in 2, 288pp. + 288pp. + 272pp. + 272pp., illus., maps, worn half black leather with red leather title labels, new endpapers, London, (c1887). R1,500
  2. Basbanes (N.) A GENTLE MADNESS, bibliophiles, biliomanes and the eternal passion for books, 638pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Reprint, New York, (1995) 1996. R195
  3. [Boddey (M.) ed.] THE TWELFTH MAN, a book of original contributions brought together by The Lord's Taverners in honour of their patron H.R.H.Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh….., 285pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, slightly worn d.w., London, 1971. R500
  4. Signed by Prince Philip on the half-title. Signed by Mary Renault, who contributed "The Horse from Thessaly", on the half-title.

  5. [Brighton (F.G.) comp.] ADMIRAL SIR P.B.V. BROKE, BART., a memoir compiled chiefly from journals and letters in the possession of Rear-Admiral Sir George Broke-Middleton, Bart., 488pp. + 8pp. adverts., illus., recased, new endpapers, hardback, London, 1866. R1,250
  6. Carver (Raymond) WHERE I'M CALLING FROM, new and selected stories, 391pp., colour illus., hardback, a.e.g., dec. boards, signed by the author, The Franklin Library, Pennsylvania, 1988. R950
  7. Chambers (D.), Franklin (C.) & Tucker (A.) GOGMAGOG, Morris Cox & the Gogmagog Press, 184pp.,b/w & colour illus., orange & black decorated boards, Pinner, 1991. R1,850
  8. Dahl (Roald) TWO TYPED AND SIGNED LETTERS, two typed letters signed by the author, Great Missenden, 1989-1990. R3,500
  9. Two letters from Roald Dahl sent in reply to letters sent by a school teacher and her class. Both letters thank the teacher and children and include poems about a "teacher who loved using the cane" and how "your letters brightened up my day".

  10. Fawcett (D.) FROM HESTON TO THE HIGH ALPS, a chat about joy-flying, 74pp., illus., hardback, d.w., London, 1936. R500
  11. Signed by the author on the frontispiece. Includes a two page handwritten letter from the author.

  12. Lessing (Doris) LOVE, AGAIN, a novel, 352pp., hardback, slipcase, New York, 1995. R950
  13. Signed by the author on a label tipped in on half title

  14. Lodge (David) PASTORAL, 18pp., marbled paper wraps with title label on front cover, No.15 of an edition limited to 26 copies signed by the author, Atlanta, 2001. R350
  15. Mailer (Norman) THE NAME OF OUR TIME, 1286pp., hardback, d.w., New York, 1998. R850
  16. Signed by the author

  17. Marchand (L.A.) ed. BYRON'S LETTERS AND JOURNALS, 11 volumes, approx 240-310pp. each volume, frontis. in each volume, hardbacks, d.ws., London, 1973-1981. R2,500
  18. Maydon (Major H.C.) SIMEN, its heights and abysses, a record of travel and sport in Abyssinia, with some account of the sacred city of Aksum and the ruins of Gondar, 244pp., maps, illus.,1 folding sketch plan, some foxing throughout, hardback, book plate on inside of front cover, London, 1925. R1,750
  19. Ownership signature of Uys Krige on f.f.e.p.

  20. Murdoch (Iris) A FAIRLY HONOURABLE DEFEAT, 402pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1970. R500
  21. __________ AN ACCIDENTAL MAN, 377pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1971. R500
  22. __________ AN UNOFFICIAL ROSE, 348pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1962. R500
  23. __________ THE NICE AND THE GOOD, 350pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1968. R500
  24. __________ THE PHILOSOPHER'S PUPIL, 576pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1983. R500
  25. __________ THE THREE ARROW & THE SERVANTS AND THE SNOW, plays, 219pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1973. R500
  26. __________ THE UNICORN, 319pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1963. R500
  27. Pitt (Lieut.-Colonel P.W.) ROYAL WILTS, 234pp., illus., maps, hardback, London, 1946. R500
  28. [Pogany (Willy) illus.] PARSIFAL, or the legend of the Holy Grail retold from ancient sources, with acknowledgement to the "Parsifal" of Richard Wagner, by T.W.Rolleston, presented by Willy Pogany, 190pp., b/w & colour illus. including 16 tipped-in colour plates, signed etching in folder loosly inserted, full decorated velum, No. 342 of an edition limited to 525 sopies signed by Willy Pogany, London, 1917. R7,500
  29. __________ TANNHAUSER, a dramatic poem by Richard Wagner, freely translated in poetic narrative form by T.W.Rolleston, presented by Willy Pogany, 226pp., b/w & colour illus. including 16 tipped-in colour plates and 1 small tipped-in colour plate on frontis.page, full decorated velum, No. 479 of an edition limited to 525 copies signed by Willy Pogany, London, 1911. R7,500
  30. Powell (Anthony) A DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF TIME, 12 volumes, approx 215-270pp each volume, hardbacks, d.ws., First Editions and Reprints, London, 1951-1975. R3,000
  31. The following are firsts: Vol. 6 The Kindly Ones, Vol. 8 The Soldier's Art, Vol 9 The Military Philosophers, Vol. 10 Books Do Furnish a Room, Vol. 11 Temporary Kings, Vol. 12 Hearing Secret Harmonies. The following are reprints: Vol. 1 A Question of Upbringing, Vol. 2 A Buyer's Market, Vol. 3 The Acceptance World, Vol 4 At Lady Molly's, Vol. 5 Casanova's Chinese Restaurant, Vol. 7 The Valley of Bones.

  32. __________ TO KEEP THE BALL ROLLING, Memoirs: 4 Vols.: Infants of the Spring, Messengers of Day, Faces in my Time, The Strangers all are Gone, 209+209+230+208pp., illus., hardbacks, d.ws., London, 1976 - 1982. R950
  33. Rosenfeld (Morris) LIEDER DES GHETTO, autor. ubertragung aus dem Judifchen von Berthold Feiwel mit zeichnungen von E.M.Lilien, 144pp., border and full page illus., decorated cloth in blue and tan, Berlin, (1902). R2,500
  34. Morris Rosenfeld (1862-1923) was a Yiddish poet who lived in America. This edition is beautifully illustrated by Ephraim Lilien

  35. Vidal (Gore) HOLLYWOOD, a novel of America in the 1920s, 437pp., hardback, slipcase, No. 65 of an edition limited to 200 copies signed by the author, New York, 1990. R950
  36. White (Patrick) RIDERS IN THE CHARIOT, 552pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1961. R300
  37. __________ THE EYE OF THE STORM, 608pp, hardback, d.w., London, 1973. R300
  38. __________ THE SOLID MANDALA, 317pp., hardback, d.w., London, 1966. R300


  1. __________ ABOPHIL, philatelic exhibition, specially invited philatelic exhibition on occasion of the centenary of the start of the Anglo-Boer War, Civic Centre, Bloemfontein 11-16 October 1999, 55pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Catalogue of the exhibition, Noordstad, 1999. R40
  2. Austin (R.) THE AUSTRALIAN ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE ZULU AND BOER WARS, 326pp., illus., maps, paperback, McCrae, 1999. R500
  3. [Barnard (S.) ed.] THE ANGLO-BOER WAR 1899-1902: A REAPPRAISAL, 293pp., maps, paperback, Journal for Contemporary History, volume 25 number 2, Department of History, University of the Orange Free State, Bloemfontein, 2000. R135
  4. Text in English & Afrikaans. Papers from the conference held in October 1999 at the University of the Orange Free State.

  5. Bassett (J.) GUNS AND BROOCHES, Australian army nursing from the Boer War to the Gulf War, 261pp., illus., paperback, Reprint, Melbourne, (1992) 1997. R300
  6. Bennett (I.) A RAIN OF LEAD, the siege and surrender of the British at Potchefstroom, 256pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., London, 2001. R570
  7. Bleszynski (N.) SHOOT STRAIGHT, YOU BASTARDS!, the truth behind the killing of 'Breaker' Morant, 386pp., illus., paperback, Sydney, 2002. R165
  8. Brent (W.) RHODESIAN AIR FORCE, the sanctions busters, 190pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, Nelspruit, 2001. R225
  9. Also available in paperback @ R150.

  10. [Cameron (A.) comp.] THE BOER WAR, a perspective from the "Glen Innes Examiner" 1899-1902, 120pp., illus., maps, paperback, New South Wales, 1999. R200
  11. Childers (E.) IN THE RANKS OF THE C.I.V., a narrative and diary of personal experiences with the C.I.V. Battery (Honourable Artillery Company) in South Africa, introduction by Ian Knight, 301pp., hardback, d.w., Facsimile reprint, Kent, (1901) 1999. R275
  12. Erskine Childers is the author of "The Riddle of the Sands".

  13. Cillié (G.) GEWYDE SANG EN KOORSANG GEDURENDE DIE ANGLO-BOEREOORLOG, 1899-1902, 113pp., illus., paperback, Bloemfontein, 2001. R57
  14. de Jager (A.) MENSE EN GEBEURE IN DIE NOORD-OOS VRYSTAAT TYDENS DIE ANGLO-BOEREOORLOG, 135pp., 4to., paperback, 3rd revised edition, Frankfort, (1999) 2000. R60
  15. Ellis (G.) SERVE TO SAVE, servimus ut servemus, the South African air force at sea, 160pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Nelspruit, 2001. R175
  16. Also available in paperback @ R125.

  17. Greaves (A.) ISANDLWANA, 216pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R250
  18. Greeff (J.) A GREATER SHARE OF HONOUR, 172pp., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R140
  19. A personal account of Recce operations during the South African bush war. The author gives in detail the secret operations of the SA Defence Force and often horrifying detail of the activities of the Recces.

  20. Hanekom (L.) & Wessels (E.) WOMAN, THY NAME IS VALOUR, an overview of the role of Afrikaner and uitlander-women and children inside and outside Anglo Boer War concentration camps 1899-1902, 131pp., paperback, Bloemfontein, 2000. R45
  21. Heath (I.) DIE ROOI BUL VAN KRUGERSDORP, veggeneraal S.F. Oosthuizen, 46pp., illus., maps, paperback, Pretoria, 1999. R90
  22. Jackson (T.) THE BOER WAR, 192pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Reprint, London, (1999) 2001. R216
  23. Accompanies the Channel 4 television series "The Boer War".

  24. Kieran (B.) SUCCESS OF A GENERAL, General French and the relief of Kimberley, 156pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Devon, 2001. R265
  25. Knight (I.) WITH HIS FACE TO THE FOE, the life and death of Louis Napoleon, the Prince Imperial, Zululand 1879, 290pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Reprint, Johannesburg, 2001(2001). R200
  26. Lee (E.) TO THE BITTER END, a photographic history of the Boer war 1899-1902, 226pp., illus., maps, hardback, Reprint, Pretoria, (1985) 2002. R140
  27. McLean (S.) THE SPITFIRE IN SOUTH AFRICAN AIR FORCE SERVICE, 224pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2001. R210
  28. Nordbruch (C.) VIR VRYHEID EN REG, buitelanders aan boerekant tydens die Anglo-Boereoorlog, 1899- 1902, 153pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Pretoria, 2000. R156
  29. Also available in an English, French & German edition.

  30. [Oosthuizen (J. & I.) comp.] COLESBERG MEMOIRS 1899-1902, diary of Mrs Reverand M.D. Scholtz, 127pp., 4to., illus., maps, paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R130
  31. Oosthuizen (J.) GETROU … TOT VERBY DIE EINDE, dagboeke van A.A. Smit te Bermuda, 112pp., illus., map + folded map, paperback, Pretoria, 1999. R65
  32. This is the diary of Andrew Smit who fought in the second Anglo-Boer War. He was captured and was sent to Bermuda as a prisoner of war.

  33. Paul (M.) PARABAT, 288pp., illus., maps, paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R126
  34. Personal accounts of the paratroopers of the South African Defence Force in combat on the border, in the townships and Lesotho.

  35. Pretorius (F.) OP KOMMANDO, die lewe in die veld tydens die Anglo-Boereoorlog, 1899-1902, 96pp., illus., paperback, Second edition, Pretoria, (1992) 2001. R70
  36. __________ SÓ WIL ONS HÊ DIT MOES WEES!, mites rondom die Anglo-Boereoorlog, 18pp., paperback, Port Elizabeth, 2001. R25
  37. Spies (S.) METHODS OF BARBARISM?, Roberts and Kitchener and civilians in the Boer Republics, January 1900 - May 1902, 443pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Reprint, Johannesburg, (1977) 2001. R225
  38. Stiff (P.) THE SILENT WAR, South African Recce operations 1969-1994, 608pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Reprint, Pretoria, (1999) 2001. R180
  39. __________ WARFARE BY OTHER MEANS, South Africa in the 1980's and 1990s, 600pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, dw., Pretoria, 2001. R250
  40. Stowers (R.) KIWI VERSUS BOER, the first New Zealand Mounted Rifles in the Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902, 276pp., illus., maps, paperback, New Zealand, 1992. R300
  41. [Strauss (F.) comp.] VOOR VRIJHEID EN VOOR RECHT, chronologie van die tweede vryheidsoorlog van die Boere- Republieke teen Groot-Brittanje 1899-1902, 148pp., 4to., paperback, Piketberg, 2001. R160
  42. [Tempelhoff (J.) et al eds.] IMAGES OF WAR IN VEREENIGING T.N. LESLIE'S 'LETTERS TO JANE' 1899-1901, 108pp., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 1998. R105
  43. The Stationery Office THE BOER WAR, Ladysmith and Mafeking, 1900, 212pp., map, paperback, Abridged edition, London, (1901) 1999. R230
  44. University of Pretoria KATALOGUS OPGESTEL OM SAAM TE VAL MET 'N REEKS UITSTALLINGS TER HERDENKING VAN DIE ANGLO- BOEREOORLOG, 1899-1902, 26pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Catalogue of the exhibition, Pretoria, 1999. R30
  45. [van der Bank (D.) comp.] BATTLEFIELDS, MONUMENTS AND GRAVES OF THE ANGLO-BOER WAR IN BLOEMFONTEIN AND VICINITY, SLAGVELDE, GEDENKTEKENS EN GRAFTE VAN DIE ANGLO-BOEREOORLOG IN BLOEMFONTEIN EN OMGEWING, 95pp., 4to., colour illus., maps, paperback, Bloemfontein, 2001. R140
  46. van Eck (H.) DIE VEROWERING VAN GRIEKWALAND-WES, Anglo-Boere oorlog veldslag by Fabersput 30 Mei 1900, geskryf en uitgegee vir die honderd-jarige herdenking van die slag van Fabersput op 27 Mei 2000, 17pp., illus., maps, paperback, Northern Cape, 2000. R45
  47. van Hartesveldt (F.) THE BOER WAR, historiography and annotated bibliography, 255pp., hardback, Connecticut, 2000. R895
  48. Victoria West Regional Museum ANGLO-BOER WAR 1899-1902, Victoria West and district, 8pp., folded, Victoria West, no date. R25
  49. Wessels (E.) VELDSLAE, Anglo-Boereoorlog 1899-1902, 320pp., illus., maps, paperback, Pretoria, 2002. R70
  50. Wilcox (C.) THE BOER WAR, Australians and the war in South Africa, 1899-1902, 94pp., 4to., illus., spiralbound paperback, Canberra, 1999. R150
  51. [Wilson (K.) ed.] THE INTERNATIONAL IMPACT OF THE BOER WAR, 214pp., maps, hardback, d.w., New York, 2001. R695
  52. Contributors include "The British in Delagoa Bay in the Aftermath of the Boer War" by Sandra Ferreira, "The Boer War in the Context of Britain's Imperial Problems" by Keith Wilson, "Italy and the Boer" by Gilles Ferragu, "The United States and the Boer War" by William N. Tilchin & "Portugal and the Boer War" by Pedro Lains & Fernando Costa.

  53. Wylie (D.) DEAD LEAVES, two years in the Rhodesian war, 196pp., maps, paperback, Pietermaritzburg, 2002. R115


  1. Chakanza (J.) WISDOM OF THE PEOPLE, 2000 Chinyanja proverbs, 469pp., illus., paperback, Blantyre, 2000. R250
  2. Elion (B.) & Strieman (M.) CLUED UP ON CULTURE, a practical guide for all South Africans, 160pp., colour illus., paperback, Second edition, Cape Town, (2001) 2001. R89
  3. Grimshaw (A.) THE ETHNOGRAPHER'S EYE, ways of seeing in modern anthropology, 222pp., paperback, Cambridge, 2001. R230
  4. Hoffenberg (P.) AN EMPIRE ON DISPLAY, English, Indian, and Australian exhibitions from the Crystal Palace to the Great War, 418pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Berkeley, 2001. R633
  5. James (K.) DANCING WITH THE WITCHDOCTOR, one woman's stories of mystery and adventure in Africa, 235pp., map, hardback, d.w., New York, 2001. R295
  6. [Karp (I.) & Masolo (D.) eds.] AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY AS CULTURAL INQUIRY, 270pp., paperback, Bloomington, 2000. R186
  7. Mager (A.) & Blake (M.) MASCULINITIES, in the making of gendered identities, 63pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R115
  8. Müller (K.) & Ritz-Müller (U.) text & Christoph (H.) photo. SOUL OF AFRICA, magical rites and traditions, 503pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., map, hardback, d.w., Cologne, 2000. R230
  9. [Murray (S.) & Roscoe (W.) eds.] BOY- WIVES AND FEMALE HUSBANDS, studies of African homosexualities, 358pp., hardback, d.w., Hampshire, 1998. R500
  10. Includes "Homosexuality among the Natives of Southwest Africa (1925-26)" by Kurt Falk, "Good God Almighty, What's This!: Homesexual "Crime" in Early Colonial Zimbabwe" by Marc Epprecht & "Sexual Politics in Contemporary Southern Africa" by Stephen O. Murray.

  11. [Okpewho (I.) et al eds.] THE AFRICAN DIASPORA, African origins and new world identities, 566pp., paperback, Reprint, Bloomington, (1999) 2001. R225
  12. Rohmer (M.) THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE IN ZIMBABWE, 289pp., illus., paperback, Bayreuth, 1999. R425


  1. Becker (H.) TOWARDS A SASI GENDER STRATEGY, analysis and recommendations, 55pp., 4to., illus., paperback, South African San Institute, Cape Town, 2001. R50
  2. [Chami (F.) et al eds.] PEOPLE, CONTACTS AND THE ENVIRONMENT IN THE AFRICAN PAST, 182pp., illus., maps, paperback, Dar es Salaam, 2001. R175
  3. Clottes (J.) & Lewis-Williams (D.) THE SHAMANS OF PREHISTORY, trance and magic in the painted caves, 120pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Reprint, New York, (1996) 1998. R350
  4. [Deacon (J.) & Dowson (T.) eds.] VOICES FROM THE PAST, /Xam bushman and the Bleek and Lloyd collection, 300pp., illus., paperback, Reprint, Johannesburg, (1996) 2001. R135
  5. First Peoples Worldwide and The Working Group of Indigenous Minorities in Southern Africa (WIMSA) TRADITIONAL AUTHORITIES HANDBOOK, produced for the San of Namibia, 21pp. + 21pp., illus., paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R95
  6. Text in English & Afrikaans.

  7. Institute for Historical Research, University of the Western Cape KHOISAN DIVERSITY IN NATIONAL UNITY, National Khoisan Consultative Conference Oudtshoorn, 29 March to 1 April 2001, 148pp., 4to., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R50
  8. Text in English & Afrikaans.

  9. Isaacson (R.) THE HEALING LAND, a Kalahari journey, 272pp., map, paperback, Reprint, London, (2001) 2002. R100
  10. Schlosser (K.) AT THE EDGE OF THE KALAHARI, historical colour photographs of Tswana chiefdoms and Hereros in exile, 118pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, Kiel, 2001. R125
  11. Photographs taken by Katesa Scholler in 1953 & 1959.

  12. Schmidt (P.) IRON TECHNOLOGY IN EAST AFRICA, symbolism, science, and archaeology, 328pp., illus., maps, paperback, Bloomington & Oxford, 1997. R250
  13. Schrire (C.) TIGERS IN AFRICA, stalking the past at the Cape of Good Hope, 58pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R85
  14. An amended version of the Third Glynn Isaac Memorial Lecture delivered in Cape Town in 1999 at the World Archaeological Congress.

  15. Shostak (M.) RETURN TO NISA, 251pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Massachusettes, 2000. R295
  16. Slingsby (P.) CEDERBERG ROCK ART, Cederberg conservancy and Eastern Koue Bokkeveld, 48pp., illus., maps, paperback, Third edition, Rock Art of the Western Cape Book 3, Cape Town, (2000) 2002. R50
  17. Book 1: "Sevilla Trail & Travellers Rest" & Book 2: "Bushmans Kloof" also available @ R50.

  18. [Thomas (J.) ed.] INTERPRETIVE ARCHAEOLOGY, a reader, 622pp., illus., paperback, London, 2000. R371
  19. Includes "Homosexuality, queer theory and archaeology" by Thomas A. Dowson.

  20. van der Post (L.) THE HEART OF THE HUNTER, 233pp., illus., paperback, Reprint, London, (1961) 2002. R130
  21. __________ THE LOST WORLD OF THE KALAHARI, 253pp., map, paperback, Reprint, London, (1958) 2002. R130


  1. __________ SPEZIAL FOTOGRAFIE, portfolio no. 26, Peter Beard, 87pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Dortmund, 2001. R250
  2. Text in German & English.

  3. __________ UKUSIMAMA KWAMASIKO - CULTURAL SURVIVAL, an exhibition of Zulu grass weavings from the permanent collections of the Durban Art Gallery, the Campbell Collections and Centre for Oral Studies, and the Local History Museum, Durban, 26pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Catalogue of the exhibition, Durban, 1993. R75
  4. [Arnold (M.) ed.] SOUTH AFRICAN BOTANICAL ART, peeling back the petals, 216pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2001. R275
  5. Essays by John Rourke, John Manning, Peter Goldblatt, Dee Snijman & Marion Arnold.

  6. [Bedford (E.) curator] ROBIN RHODE, fresh, 31pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Catalogue of the exhibition, Cape Town, 2001. R55
  7. Robin Rhode was artist in residence in November 2000 at the SA National Gallery. His visual art (texts scrawled graffiti-style on walls) was not confined to the museum precinct but extended into the city streets and clubs, in the form of impromptu performances. Essay by Stephen Hobbs.

  8. __________ SENZENI MARASELA, fresh, 31pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Catalogue of the exhibition, Cape Town, 2001. R45
  9. Senzeni Marasela was artist in residence in June 2000 at the SA National Gallery where she produced a body of work on the Cradock Four. Essay by Rory Bester.

  10. Bolsmann (E.) PRETORIA, artists' impressions 1857-2001, 355pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Pretoria, 2001. R395
  11. [Campbell (J.) ed.] SOUTH AFRICAN ART NEWS, 72pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, No. 2, January 2002, Cape Town, 2002. R50
  12. Courtney-Clarke (M.) photo. & Brooks (G.) text IMAZIGHEN, the vanishing traditions of Berber women, 192pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., London, 1996. R745
  13. Davies (H.) curator , William Kentridge: WEIGHING … and WANTING, 44pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Catalogue of the exhibition, San Diego, 2000. R400
  14. Drawings from Kentridge's 6 minutes film " WEIGHING… and WANTING" made while working at the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego.

  15. [Dissel (P.) ed.] ZEBRA REGISTER OF SOUTH AFRICAN ARTISTS AND GALLERIES 2002, 324pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardback, Second edition, Johannesburg, (2000) 2001. R280
  16. [Edjabe (N.) ed.] CHIMURENGA, music is the weapon at full, 48pp., illus., paperback, Volume 1, Cape Town, 2002. R15
  17. Contributors include Njabulo Ndebele (on Brenda Fassie), Lesego Rampolokeng & George Hallet.

  18. [Erlank (N.) & Eichab (H.) eds.] 24 KHOEKHOEGOWAB (DAMARA/NAMA) CONCERT SONGS, 55pp., oblong 4to., paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R150
  19. Gillow (J.) PRINTED AND DYED TEXTILES FROM AFRICA, 87pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, London, 2001. R328
  20. Over 30 textiles from the British Museum Collection.

  21. Gröning (K.) photo. & Anton (F.) et al text DECORATED SKIN, a world survey of body art, 256pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Reprint, London, (1997) 2001. R430
  22. [Grundlingh (G.) ed.] THE CAPE TOWN MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY, 2002, 199pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Catalogue of the exhibition, Cape Town, 2002. R225
  23. The second Cape Town Month of Photography 15 March - 15 April 2002. Includes essays by Andrew Lamprecht: "Click" and Guy Tillim: "Child soldiers in Sierra Leone" and documents the hundreds of photographic exhibitions that took place throughout the Cape Peninsula in galleries, bars, museums, etc..

  24. [Grundlingh (K.) et al curators] LINES OF SIGHT, perspectives on South African photography, 172pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Catalogue of the exhibition, Cape Town, 2001. R185
  25. Other curators include Michael Godby, Zwelethu Mthetwa & Emile Maurice.

  26. [Hassan (S.) & Oguibe (O.) eds.] AUTHENTIC/EX-CENTRIC, conceptualism in contemporary African art, 263pp., colour illus., paperback, Catalogue of the exhibition, New York, 2001. R450
  27. Published in conjunction with "Authentic/Ex- centric: Africa in and out of Africa", a major exhibition at the 49th Venice Biennale 2001. Includes essays on Berni Searle by Annie Coombes & on Willem Boshoff by Rory Doepel.

  28. [Hayes (P.) & Bank (A.) eds.] KRONOS, journal of Cape history, no. 27, November 2001, special issue: visual history, 346pp., illus., paperback, Institute for Historical Research, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, 2001. R180
  29. Includes essays by Michael Godby: "The Interdependence of Photography and Painting on the South West Africa Expedition of James Chapman and Thomas Baines, 1861-1862", Josiah Mhute: "Downcast: Mining, Men and the Camera in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1890-1930", Patricia Hayes: "Vision and Violence: Photographies of War in Southern Angola and Northern Namibia" & Vivian Bickford- Smith: "Screening Saints and Sinners: The Construction of Filmic and Video Images of Black and White South Africans in Western Popular Culture During the Late Apartheid Era".

  30. Hughes (N.) THE PAINTINGS OF THE BAY OF NATAL, a selection of works dating from 1845 to 1982, 196pp., oblong 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Durban, 2001. R395
  31. Interactive.Africa

  32. [Gondwe (T.) ed.] DESIGN INDABA MAGAZINE, 70pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, 1st Quarter, Cape Town, 2002. R65
  33. __________ DESIGN INDABA MAGAZINE, 72pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, 4th Quarter, Cape Town, 2001. R65
  34. ____________

  35. [Jorán (M.) ed.] CHOKWE!, art and initiation among Chokwe and related peoples, 189pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., map, hardback, d.w., Catalogue of the exhibition, London, 1998. R785
  36. Lamunière (M.) YOU LOOK BEAUTIFUL LIKE THAT, the portrait photographs of Seydou Keïta and Malick Sidibé, 116pp., illus., paperback, Catalogue of the exhibition, Cambridge, 2001. R325
  37. [Maart (B.) & Lemon (T.) eds.] SHARP, the Market Photography Workshop, 104pp., oblong 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2002. R310
  38. Introduction by David Goldblatt one of the founders of the Market Photography Workshop in 1988. Photography and text by photographers who studied at the Workshop including Ruth Motau & Jodi Bieber.

  39. [Mattet (L.) ed.] ARTS & CULTURES, antiquity, Africa, Oceania, Asia, Americas, 210pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Number 2, The Association of Friends of the Barbier-Mueller Museum, Geneva, 2000. R292
  40. Includes "Architecture and Statuary of Zimbabwe" by Alain-Michel Boyer.

  41. __________ ARTS & CULTURES, antiquity, Africa, Oceania, Asia, Americas, 181pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Number 1, The Association of Friends of the Barbier-Mueller Museum, Geneva, 1999. R292
  42. Includes "A Masterpiece of Vodun Sculpture from Southern Benin" by Suzanne Preston Blier.

  43. [Minty (Z.) & Davids (C.) curators] RETURNING THE GAZE, Public Arts Project at the Cape Town One City Festival 2000, 40pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., paperback, Catalogue of the exhibition, Cape Town, 2001. R75
  44. Artists include Berni Searle, Brett Murray.

  45. Mofokeng (S.) photo. & Raditlhalo (S.) text SANTU MOFOKENG, 96pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Taxi- 004, Johannesburg, 2001. R150
  46. Text in English, French & Dutch.

  47. New (J.) DAN ELDON, the art of life, 285pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., San Francisco, 2001. R300
  48. Biography of Dan Eldon, a photojournalist who was killed in Somalia in 1993.

  49. Schadeberg (J.) SOWETO TODAY, 102pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Pretoria, 2002. R250
  50. __________ THE BLACK AND WHITE FIFTIES, Jurgen Schadeberg's South Africa, 127pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Pretoria, 2001. R250
  51. [Seelig (T.) eds.] TRADE, commodities, communication, and consciousness, 287pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Catalogue of the exhibition, Zurich, 2001. R560
  52. Includes photographs by Zwelethu Mthethwa.

  53. Silber (G.) et al PAUL DU TOIT, sculptures, paintings, 38pp., oblong 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R150
  54. Stepan (P.) AFRICA, world art, 128pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., London, 2001. R390
  55. Stevenson (M.) & Viljoen (D.) SOUTH AFRICAN ART 1800 - 2000, 27pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Catalogue of a selling exhibition at the Irma Stern Museum, Cape Town, 2002. R80
  56. van den Berg (C.) et al KKNK CATALOGUE 2002, 72pp., colour illus., paperback, Catalogue of the exhibition, Oudtshoorn, 2002. R55
  57. Catalogue of the Visual Arts Division at the Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunsfees (KKNK). Artists include Santu Mofokeng, Penny Siopis, Claudette Schruders, Abrie Fourie, Peter Schütz. Text in English & Afrikaans.

  58. [van Graan (M.) & Ballantyne (T.) comp. & eds.] THE SOUTH AFRICAN HANDBOOK ON ARTS AND CULTURE, 2002/2003, 460pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R150
  59. [Varney-Horwitz (A.) ed.] ME3, 80pp., illus., paperback, Catalogue of the exhibition, Johannesburg, 2001. R65
  60. The third Manuscript Exhibition was launched at the Grahamstown Festival. Artists include Peter Clarke.

  61. Viljoen (D.) & Rabe (P.) CAPE FURNITURE, 1680 - 1900, 17pp., oblong 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Catalogue of a selling exhibition at the Irma Stern Museum, Cape Town, 2002. R120


  1. Arnold (D.) GANDHI, 266pp., illus., maps, paperback, London, 2001. R255
  2. Buxton (M.) DAVID LIVINGSTONE, 215pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Basingstoke, 2001. R695
  3. Cecil (H.) & (M.) IMPERIAL MARRIAGE, an Edwardian war and peace, 366pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., London, 2002. R295
  4. The biography of Violet Maxse and her two husbands: Lord Edward Cecil and Alfred Milner.

  5. Clingman (S.) BRAM FISCHER, Afrikaner revolutionary, 500pp., illus., paperback, Reprint, Cape Town, (1998) 2002. R150
  6. Dommisse (H.) LONG JOURNEY OF THE HEART, a memoir, 321pp., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R175
  7. Hermien Dommisse is a well know actress and was closely involved with the Performing Arts Council Transvaal (PACT).

  8. Evans (G.) DANCING SHOES IS DEAD, a tale of fighting men in South Africa, 470pp., paperback, London, 2002. R180
  9. Gavin Evans's memoir of his passion for boxing and his life in the ANC underground.

  10. Gillham (N.) A LIFE OF SIR FRANCES GALTON, from African exploration to the birth of eugenics, 416pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Oxford, 2001. R762
  11. Gilmour (D.) THE LONG RECESSIONAL, the imperial life of Rudyard Kipling, 351pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., London, 2002. R370
  12. Goss (H.) DEFENDER, 338pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2000. R190
  13. Autobiography of Harry Goss a well known Johannesburg attorney.

  14. Hadland (A.) DESMOND TUTU, 60pp., illus., map, paperback, They Fought for Freedom, Cape Town, 2001. R36
  15. Harland (R.) THE HUNTING IMPERATIVE, biography of a boy in Africa, 249pp., illus., map, hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 2001. R285
  16. Richard Harland was born in Zimbabwe in 1944 and has been a big game hunter in Southern Africa since the age of 14.

  17. Hayes (T.) THE HOUSE AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD, 170pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R110
  18. Account of a South African family's four years living in rural Ireland.

  19. Jeal (T.) BADEN-POWELL, 670pp., illus., paperback, Reprint, with new preface, New Haven, (1989) 2001. R325
  20. __________ LIVINGSTONE, 425pp., illus., maps, paperback, Reprint, with new preface, New Haven, (1973) 2001. R350
  21. With a new preface.

  22. Kannemeyer (J.) DIE GOUE SEUN, die lewe en werk van Uys Krige, 692pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2002. R250
  23. Koch (B.) IN, AROUND, THROUGH AND OUT, an actor's life, 320pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R130
  24. Lunderstedt (S.) THE KING OF DIAMONDS, Cecil John Rhodes, his life in Kimberley, 160pp., illus., paperback, Kimberley, (c.2002). R135
  25. Macey (D.) FRANTZ FANON, a life, 640pp., paperback, London, 2000. R265
  26. Mandela (N.) THE ILLUSTRATED LONG WALK TO FREEDOM, the autobiography of Nelson Mandela, 208pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Abridged, Reprint, Boston, (1996) 2001. R200
  27. Marais (W.) 'N MAN VAN GOD GESTUUR, Dr. Willie Marais sy outobiografie, 236pp., illus., hardback, Pretoria, 2000. R85
  28. Mdakane (Z.) NO WAY OUT, story of an x- street kid, 140pp., paperback, Life History Series, School of Language and Literature, University of Durban-Westville, Durban, 4001. R145
  29. Millais (J.) LIFE OF FREDERICK COURTNEY SELOUS, Capt. 25th Royal Fusiliers, 387pp., illus., hardback, Reprint, Zanzibar, (1918) 2000. R350
  30. Moir (F.) HEART OF AFRICA, the story of an adventurer, 178pp., map, paperback, Reprint, England, (1923) 2000. R250
  31. Frederick Moir was manager of the Livingstonia Central Africa Company in 1878. Originally published in 1930 as "After Livingstone. An African Trade Romance".

  32. Paice (E.) LOST LION OF EMPIRE, the life of 'Cape-to-Cairo' Grogan, 470pp., illus., maps, paperback, Reprint, London, (2001) 2002. R115
  33. Park (C.) INSIDE OUTSIDE, a journey of the spirit through the gates of a prison, 206pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R125
  34. Cathy Park is a teacher at the Bosasa-Dyambu Youth Centre for juvenile offenders.

  35. Rood (B.) UIT DIE WAAISAND EN KALKKLIPPE, 86pp., oblong, illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R80
  36. Cookery writer Betsie Rood's memoir of growing up in a Karoo district.

  37. Sharp (C.) IF THE CAT FITS, stories of a vet's wife, illustrations by Jason Bronkhorts, 260pp., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R92
  38. Chrystal Sharp lives in the Eastern Cape.

  39. Slaughter (C.) BEFORE THE KNIFE, memories of African childhood, 254pp., paperback, London, 2002. R115
  40. Carolyn Slaughter grew up in the Kalahari Desert in the 1950's.

  41. Smith (C.) PATRICIA DE LILLE, 202pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R130
  42. Steyn (J.) PENVEGTER, Piet Cillié van Die Burger, 397pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2002. R180
  43. Piet Cillié was the editor of the Afrikaans newspaper "Die Burger" for 23 years..

  44. van der Post (L.) THE NIGHT OF THE NEW MOON, 125pp., illus., paperback, Reprint, London, (1970) 2002. R130
  45. __________ THE SEED AND THE SOWER, 223pp., paperback, Reprint, London, (1963) 2002. R130
  46. van Diemel (R.) IN SEARCH OF 'FREEDOM, FAIR PLAY AND JUSTICE', Josiah Tshangana Gumede, 1867-1947, a biography, 198pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R80
  47. Wheeler (R.) HEADING HOME, 71pp., paperback, Johannesburg R75
  48. Memoir of a South African backpacking around Europe.



    BusinessMap SA

  1. __________ SA COUNTRY RISK RATING JUNE 2001, a review of the foundation of the South African economy, government and politics and the strategic challenges that will need to be met for winning nation status, 80pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R230
  2. Bailey (S.) et al RESTRUCTURING 2000, building the framework, a BusinessMap report, 88pp., 4to., paperback, Johannesburg, 2000. R395
  3. Butt (K.) et al EMPOWERMENT 2000, new directions, a BusinessMap report, 80pp., 4to., paperback, Johannesburg, 2000. R395
  4. Cargill (J.) et al EMPOWERMENT 2001, better outcomes, a BusinessMap SA report, 80pp., 4to., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R595
  5. Uys-Allie (C.) et al SADC INVESTOR SURVEY, complex terrain, a BusinessMap report, 151pp., 4to., paperback, Johannesburg, 2000. R395
  6. ____________

  7. Cameron (B.) FINANCIAL FREEDOM FOR SOUTH AFRICAN WOMEN, 250pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R100
  8. Davis (D.) WHAT YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT CAPITAL GAINS TAX, 128pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R130
  9. Flood (P.) & Gibson (C.) MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYMENT, the recruitment, development and motivation of people, 105pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R90
  10. Gqubule (D.) & Brown (A.) A NATIONAL INTERGRATED BLACK ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT STRATEGY, 72pp., 4to., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R60
  11. Grulke (W.) & Silber (G.) LESSONS IN RADICAL INNOVATION, South Africans leading the world, 275pp., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R170
  12. __________ TEN LESSONS FROM THE FUTURE, 21st century impact on business, individuals and investors, 215pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2000. R125
  13. [Mitchell (L.) ed.] BUSINESS BLUE-BOOK OF SOUTH AFRICA, 2002, 935pp., hardback, 63rd edition, Cape Town, 2001. R535
  14. Rossouw (D.) BUSINESS ETHICS IN AFRICA, 180pp., paperback, Second edition, Cape Town, (1994) 2001. R180
  15. Sethi (S.) & Williams (O.) ECONOMIC IMPERATIVES AND ETHICAL VALUES IN GLOBAL BUSINESS, the South African experience and international codes today, 423pp., paperback, Indiana, 2001. R435
  16. Shonhiwa (S.) SIGNPOSTS TO SERVICE EXCELLENCE, the African paradigm, 150pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  17. Soares (C.) & McGregor (R.) MCGREGOR'S WHO OWNS WHOM IN SOUTH AFRICA, 2002, South Africa's comprehensive business encyclopaedia of information on listed & unlisted companies, 1216pp., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 2002. R500
  18. Trade Union Library and Education Centre THE TULEC MANUAL FOR TRADE UNION ORGANISERS, plastic folder, Revised edition, Cape Town, 1998 (2000). R400
  19. van Niekerk (A.) WHAT YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT UNFAIR DISMISSAL, 140pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R125
  20. Waja (F.) WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING, the new economy will affect us all - a South African perspective, 73pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R120


  1. Adendorff (M.) et al BEING A TEACHER, professional challenges and choices, learning guide, 195pp., 4to., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R175
  2. [Adendorff (M.) et al eds.] BEING A TEACHER, professional challenges and choices, reader, 146pp., paperback, Oxford, 2002. R90
  3. Bot (M.) et al EDUCATION ATLAS OF SOUTH AFRICA 2000, 134pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., maps, paperback, Houghton, 2000. R265
  4. Council on Higher Education (CHE)

  5. __________ RE-INSERTING THE 'PUBLIC GOOD' INTO HIGHER EDUCATION TRANSFORMATION, 91pp., paperback, Kagisano, CHE Higher, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  6. __________ THE STATE OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA, annual report 2000/2001, 112pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R150
  7. ____________

  8. Criticos (C.) et al GETTING PRACTICAL, about outcomes-based teaching, learning guide, 402pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Oxford, 2002. R250
  9. Department of Education

  10. __________ "BUILDING AN ABET SYSTEM: THE FIRST FIVE YEARS", 1995-2000, 99pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Adult Education and Training Directorate, Pretoria, 2000. R95
  11. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, 2000/2001, 110pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R150
  12. __________ EDUCATION IN A GLOBAL ERA, challenges to equity, opportunities for diversity, globalisation, values, and HIV/AIDS, Fourteenth Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 27-30 November 2000, country paper, South Africa, 66pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  13. __________ EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA, achievements since 1994, 34pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  14. __________ EDUCATION WHITE PAPER 6, special needs education, building an inclusive education and training system, 56pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  15. __________ IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR TIRISANO, 2001-2002, 47pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  16. __________ MANIFESTO ON VALUES, EDUCATION AND DEMOCRACY, 81pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R150
  17. __________ REPORT OF THE HISTORY/ARCHAEOLOGY PANEL TO THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION, 18pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R95
  18. ____________

  19. Gravett (S.) ADULT LEARNING, designing and implementing learning events - a dialogic approach, 78pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R110
  20. [Gultig (J.) ed.] CURRICULUM, from plans to practices, learning guide, 223pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R175
  21. __________ CURRICULUM, from plans to practices, reader, 199pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R125
  22. Harber (C.) STATE OF TRANSITION, post- apartheid educational reform in South Africa, 95pp., paperback, Oxford, 2001. R275
  23. [Kraak (A.) & Young (M.) eds.] EDUCATION IN RETROSPECT, policy and implementation since 1990, 193pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R110
  24. [Moll (I.) et al eds.] LEARNERS AND LEARNING, reader, 168pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R95
  25. [Perold (H.) et al eds.] EDUCATION AFRICA FORUM, striving to establish a culture of learning and teaching in South Africa, 151pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 1999. R195
  26. Roodt (J.) REMUNERATION OF GRADUATES, as on 1 October 2000, 31pp., oblong 4to., spiralbound paperback, Human Sciences Research Council, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  27. Sekete (P.) et al DERACIALISATION AND MIGRATION OF LEARNERS IN SOUTH AFRICAN SCHOOLS, challenges and implications, a research project undertaken by the Unit for Systemic Studies, Group Education and Training, 93pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R152
  28. [Sparg (L.) ed.] ABET AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE NORTHERN CAPE PROVINCE, assessing impacts of CACE courses 1996- 1999, 212pp., 4to., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R170


  1. __________ HIV/AIDS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, a review paper for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, 105pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Human Science Research Council (HSRC), Pretoria, 2002. R95
  2. AIDS Law Unit, Legal Assistance Centre, Namibia

  3. Shipiki (R.) & Fiqueira (M.) TRAINING MANUAL FOR TRAINERS ON WILL WRITING AND INHERITANCE IN NAMIBIA, 20pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R50
  4. __________ YOUR GUIDE ON HOW TO WRITE A VALID WILL, 15pp., illus., paperback, Windhoek, 2002. R45
  5. ____________

  6. Association for Local Authorities in Namibia ALAN DECLARATION ON HIV/AIDS, the Namibian chapter of the Alliance of Mayors and Municipal Leaders on HIV/AIDS in Africa (AMICAAL Namibia), 8pp., paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R50
  7. Booysen (S.) et al HIV-AIDS AND COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES, "entering the world of public silence and denial", focus group research project, 78pp., 4to., paperback, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Research Unit, Research Report April 2000, Durban, 2000. R125
  8. Botswana Technical Working Group AN OVERVIEW OF THE HIV/AIDS RESPONSE AND CHALLENGES IN BOTSWANA, this document was prepared for distribution on the occasion of the United Nations Special Session on HIV/AIDS in New York, 25 - 27 June 2001, 8pp., 4to., stapled, The Botswana Technical Working Group on the United Nations Special Session on HIV/AIDS, Gaborone, 2001. R50
  9. Bowen (J.) AIDS/HIV INFECTION, a select bibliography of articles in South African journals, volume 5: 1993- 1994, 99pp., 4to., paperback, Pietermaritzburg, 1995. R35
  10. [Dorkenoo (E.) comp.] SOCIAL ASPECTS OF HIV/AIDS RESEARCH ALLIANCE (SAHARA), report of the Human Sciences Research Council Consultative Meeting, Pretoria, 7th August 2001, 23pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  11. Dorrington (R.) et al THE IMPACT OF HIV/AIDS ON ADULT MORTALITY IN SOUTH AFRICA, technical report, 55pp., 4to., paperback, Burden of Disease Research Unit, Medical Research Council, Cape Town, 2001. R95
  12. [du Pisani (A.) & Otaala (B.) comp. & eds.] UNAM HIV/AIDS POLICY, 57pp., paperback, University of Namibia, Windhoek, 2001. R55
  13. Health Economics & HIV/AIDS Research Division (HEARD), Univ. of Natal, Durban

  14. Badcock-Walters (P.) HIV/AIDS IMPACT ON EDUCATION IN AFRICA, an analysis of conferences, workshops, seminars, meetings and summits, focusing on HIV/AIDS impact on education in Africa, December 1999 to June 2001, 48pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Durban, 2001. R95
  15. Velas (M.) BRAVING THE OCEANS OF UNCERTAINTIES, a look at Filipino seafarers and HIV/AIDS, 28pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Durban, 2001. R95
  16. Whiteside (A.) et al REPORT TO THE TOWN & REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION 2000, 50pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Occasional Paper Series No. 1, Durban, 2000. R95
  17. ____________

  18. Jennings (R,) YOUR VICTORY IS OUR VICTORY, the case of "A" v South African Airways, 34pp., 4to., paperback, Aids Law Project, Centre for Applied Legal Studies, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 2000. R50
  19. Mbuya (J.) THE AIDS EPIDEMIC IN SOUTH AFRICA, 112pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R75
  20. Mendel (G.) photo. A BROKEN LANDSCAPE, HIV/AIDS in Africa, 206pp., illus., map, hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 2002. R95
  21. Gideon Mendel joined the Network Photographers in 1990 documenting social issues. He has been addressing the subject of AIDS in Africa since 1993. With an introduction by Noerine Kaleeba and an afterword by Reverend Gideon Byamugisha.

  22. O'Connor (S.) et al POSITIVE PEOPLE, managing HIV/AIDS in the workplace and community, 88pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R45
  23. [Otaala (B.) ed.] HIV/AIDS, the challenge for tertiary institutions in Namibia, proceedings of a workshop held from October 9th to 11th 2000, at Safari Hotel Court conference centre, Windhoek, Namibia, 199pp., 4to., paperback, Windhoek, 2000. R125
  24. [Parker (W.) & Mundawarara (M.) co- ordinators] LIVING OPENLY, HIV positive South Africans tell their stories, 64pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Department of Health, Beyond Awareness Campaign, HIV/AIDS and STD Directorate, Pretoria, 2000. R95
  25. Save the Children, South African Programme

  26. Children's Institute, University of Cape Town CHILD HIV/AIDS SERVICES, a directory of organisations in South Africa, a project of the National AIDS and Children Task Team (NACTT), 243pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R125
  27. [Clacherty & Associates, researched] THE ROLE OF STIGMA AND DISCRIMINATION IN INCREASING THE VULNERABILITY OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH AFFECTED BY HIV/AIDS, report on participatory workshop, 70pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  28. Kelly (K.) et al PATHWAYS TO ACTION, HIV/AIDS prevention, children and young people in South Africa, a literature review, 80pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2002. R125
  29. __________ PATHWAYS TO ACTION, HIV/AIDS prevention, children and young people in South Africa, a bibliography, 108pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2002. R125
  30. Strode (A.) & Grant (K.) CHILDREN, HIV/AIDS AND THE LAW, a legal resource, 68pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  31. __________ THE ROLE OF STIGMA AND DISCRIMINATION IN INCREASING THE VULNERABILITY OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH INFECTED WITH AND AFFECTED BY HIV/AIDS, research report, 58pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  32. ____________

    South African Law Commission

  33. __________ FIFTH INTERIM REPORT ON ASPECTS OF THE LAW RELATING TO AIDS, the need for a statutory offence aimed at harmful HIV-related behaviour, 291pp., paperback, Project 85, Pretoria, 2001. R195
  34. __________ FOURTH INTERIM REPORT ON ASPECTS OF THE LAW RELATING TO AIDS, compulsory HIV testing of persons arrested in sexual offence cases, 351pp., paperback, Project 85, Pretoria, 2001. R195
  35. ____________

  36. Talavera (P.) photo. & Yehinga (O.) text =HIRALLÕS/THE HYENA'S DISEASE, breaking taboos about HIV/AIDS, 92pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., paperback, Windhoek, 2002. R95
  37. United Nations Development Programme HUMAN RIGHTS, ETHICAL ISSUES AND HIV/AIDS IN SWAZILAND, a rapid situational appraisal study, 53pp., 4to., paperback, Mbabane, 2002. R95
  38. Vetten (L.) & Bhana (K.) VIOLENCE, VENGEANCE AND GENDER, a preliminary investigation into the links between violence against women and HIV/AIDS in South Africa, 45pp., paperback, Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, Johannesburg, 2001. R40


  1. Aucamp (H.) BLY TE KENNE, 'n bundel portrette, 143pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R70
  2. [Braude (C.) ed.] CONTEMPORARY JEWISH WRITING IN SA, an anthology, 168pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R180
  3. Includes work by Pieter-Dirk Uys, Albie Sachs, Matthew Krouse and Barney Simon and a 76pp introduction by Claudia Braude.

    Dictionaries & Phrase Books

  4. Stewart (J.) XHOSA PHRASE BOOK, revised and transposed into the standard Xhosa spelling by B.B. Mdledle, 72pp., paperback, Reprint, Alice, (1956) 1994. R25
  5. __________ XHOSA PHRASE BOOK AND VOCABULARY BOOK, revised and transposed into the standard Xhosa spelling by B.B. Mdledle, 93pp., paperback, Reprint, Alice, (1899) 1981. R25
  6. ____________

  7. Huggan (G.) THE POST-COLONIAL EXOTIC, marketing the margins, 328pp., paperback, London, 2001. R292
  8. Janson (T.) SPEAK, a short history of languages, 301pp., maps, hardback, d.w., Oxford, 2002. R250
  9. Includes several Southern African Languages.

  10. Kalu (A.) WOMEN, LITERATURE AND DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA, 183pp., paperback, New Jersey, 2001. R310
  11. [Kannemeyer (J.) ed.] UYS KRIGE, die naamlose muse, 283pp., hardback, Pretoria, 2002. R150
  12. Selection of essays on Olive Schreiner, Roy Campbell, Ingrid Jonker, Pablo Neruda, most in Afrikaans and a few in English.

  13. Kaschula (R.) THE BONES OF THE ANCESTORS ARE SHAKING, Xhosa oral poetry in context, 304pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R150
  14. Larson (C.) THE ORDEAL OF THE AFRICAN WRITER, 168pp., paperback, London, 2001. R250
  15. Includes a section on Yvonne Vera and Elinor Sisulu.

  16. [Maddieson (I.) & Hinnebusch (T.) eds.] LANGUAGE HISTORY AND LINGUISTIC DESCRIPTION IN AFRICA, 316pp., maps, paperback, New Jersey, 1998. R435
  17. Includes "Comparison and classification of Khoisan languages" by Bonny Sands.

  18. Nespoulos-Neuville (J.) LISTEN TO AFRICA, a call from L.S. Senghor, translated from the French by Pierre de Fontnouvelle, 162pp., paperback, Pretoria, 1999. R96
  19. Nuttall (J.) A LITERARY FRIENDSHIP, Alan Paton and Neville Nuttall, 74pp., illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2001. R115
  20. Ogede (O.) ACHEBE AND THE POLITICS OF REPRESENTATION, form against itself, from colonial conquest and occupation to post-independence disillusionment, 164pp., paperback, New Jersey, 2001. R310
  21. Osofisan (F.) THE NOSTALGIC DRUM, essays on literature, drama and culture, 359pp., paperback, New Jersey, 2001. R350
  22. Pattison (D.) NO ROOM FOR COWARDICE, a view of the life and times of Dambudzo Marechera, 272pp., paperback, New Jersey, 2001. R350
  23. [Smith (R.) ed.] POSTCOLONIZING THE COMMONWEALTH, studies in literature and culture, 216pp., hardback, d.w., Ontario, 2000. R400
  24. Contributors include Sheila Roberts, Margaret Daymond, Cherry Clayton, etc..

  25. [Subramaniam (R.) & Morris (R.) eds.] CONNECT 3, corpus, 144pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, New York, 2001. R195
  26. Includes Judge Edwin Cameron's opening address of the AIDS in Context Conference in Johannesburg 2001, a poem by Ingrid de Kok "The Head of the Household" and 7pp. colour illustrations of work by Jane Alexander.

  27. Thondhlana (J.) CONTRASTIVE RHETORIC IN SHONA AND ENGLISH ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAYS, 182pp., paperback, University of Zimbabwe, Harare, 2000. R95
  28. [van Heerden (E.) comp.] BRIEWE DEUR DIE LUG, LitNet/Taalsekretariaat-skrywersberaad 2000, 327pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R195
  29. Contributors include Hennie Aucamp, Achmat Dangor, Jakes Gerwel, Ampie Coetzee, Hein Willemse & Antjie Krog.

  30. van Kempen (Y.) et al BZZLLETIN LITERAIR, nummer 273, Juni/Juli 2000: J.M. Coetzee, 72pp., paperback, Den Haag, 2000. R150
  31. [Veney (C.) & Zeleza (P.) eds.] WOMEN IN AFRICAN STUDIES, scholary studies, 170pp., paperback, New Jersey, 2001. R310


  1. Ambrose (D.) & Morrison (K.) PRIMARY ATLAS OF LESOTHO, 65pp., maps, paperback, Maseru, 2001. R95
  2. Ambrose (D.) et al LEGAL ASPECTS OF LESOTHO WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, 176pp., 4to., hardback, Maseru, 1996. R400
  3. Ambrose (M.) ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR LESOTHO WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, 320pp., 4to., hardback, Maseru, 1996. R550
  4. Dyer (K.) GENDER RELATIONS IN THE HOME AND THE WORKPLACE IN LESOTHO, a case study of the gender implications of Lesotho's current economic development strategy for the clothing industry, 32pp., paperback, Institute for Southern African Studies, Gender and Development Research Programme, Roma, 2001. R95
  5. Machobane (L.) KING'S KNIGHTS, military governance in the Kingdom of Lesotho, 1986-1993, 323pp., paperback, Roma, 2001. R195
  6. Machobane (L.) & Manyeli (T.) ESSAYS ON RELIGION AND CULTURE AMONG BASOTHO, 1800-1900, 203pp., paperback, Mazenod, 2001. R225
  7. [Marake (M.) comp.] THE PRODUCTION THROUGH CONSERVATION (PTC) PROGRAMME 1981-1996, a historical document, 94pp., illus., paperback, Department of Conservation, Forestry and Land Use Planning, Ministry of Agriculture, Co-operatives, Marketing and Youth Affairs, Maseru, 1998. R95
  8. Matashane-Marite (K.) et al IN SEARCH OF JUSTICE, where do women in Lesotho go?, 229pp., paperback, Women & Law in Southern Africa Research Trust, Maseru, 2000. R195
  9. Morija Museum & Archives MORIJA ARTS & CULTURAL FESTIVAL, 4th - 7th October at Morija, Lesotho, Morija 2001, unity in diversity, kaofela, re chabana sa khomo, 26pp., map, paperback, Morija, 2001. R50
  10. [Rule (S.) & Mapetla (N.) eds.] LESOTHO 2000, public perceptions and perspectives, 206pp., maps, paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R75
  11. Smith (C.) GREEN MOUNTAIN DOCTOR, memoirs of a government medical officer in Basutoland in the nineteen sixties, 160pp., illus., map, paperback, Dorset, 2000. R250
  12. Turner (S.) et al LIVELIHOODS IN LESOTHO, 111pp., 4to., paperback, Maseru, 2001. R295


  1. Absalom (E.) "PREVIOUSLY CALLED" COLOURED PEOPLE, past and present, 350 years, 96pp., illus., paperback, Rehoboth, 2001. R50
  2. Baericke (M.) LÜDERITZBUCHT, historische erinnerungen eines alten diamantensuchers aus der deutschen diamantenzeit in Südwestafrika zwischen den jahren 1908 und 1914 mit einer geschichtlichen einleitung, 189pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R150
  3. Billawer (H.) & Ekobo (M.) A HUMAN GEOGRAPHY ATLAS OF WALVIS BAY, beyond the reintegration, 79pp., 4to., maps, paperback, Windhoek, 2002. R150
  4. Bridgeford (P. & M.) CAPE CROSS, past and present, 44pp., illus., maps, paperback, Walvis Bay, 2002. R95
  5. [Christelis (G.) & Struckmeier (W.) eds.] GROUNDWATER IN NAMIBIA, an explanation to the hydrogeological map, 128pp., 4to., colour illus., maps, paperback, + 2 folded maps, Windhoek, 2001. R225
  6. [Diener (I.) & Graefe (O.) eds.] CONTEMPORARY NAMIBIA, the first landmarks of a post-apartheid society, 397pp., maps, paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R250
  7. [Hansohm (D.) et al eds.] MONITORING REGIONAL INTERGRATION IN SOUTHERN AFRICA YEARBOOK, volume 1 (2001), 129pp., paperback, Windhoek, 2002. R95
  8. Heuva (W.) MEDIA AND RESISTANCE POLITICS, the alternative press in Namibia, 1960-1990, 166pp., illus., paperback, Basel, 2001. R195
  9. Jakobi (J.) IM HAUS DER NACHTKATZE, ein reigen von verschlungenen wegen und fernen zielen afrikanischer frauen, 128pp., illus., paperback, Butzbach-Griedel, 2001. R175
  10. Kinahan (J.) BY COMMAND OF THEIR LORDSHIPS, the exploration of the Namibian coast by the Royal Navy, 1795-1895, 216pp., illus., maps, paperback, Windhoek, 1992. R95
  11. Labour Resource and Research Institute (LaRRI)

  12. __________ BUILDING A REGIONAL LABOUR MOVEMENT, the Southern African Trade Union Co-Ordination Council (SATUCC), 96pp., illus., paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R125
  13. __________ 'EDUCATE TO LIBERATE!', a proud history of struggle, the Namibian National Teachers' Union (NANTU) from 1989 to 2000, 66pp., illus., map, paperback, Windhoek, 2000. R125
  14. __________ LABOUR HIRE IN NAMIBIA, new flexibility or a new form of slavery, draft report November 2000, 26pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Windhoek, 2000. R95
  15. __________ VIVA NAFAU!, the history and achievements of the Namibian Food and Allied Workers Union, 1986 to 2001, 56pp., illus., map, paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R125
  16. Jauch (H.) & Karuuombe (B.) THE STATE OF UNION ORGANISATION IN NAMIBIA, prepared for the African Labour Researchers' Network, August 2001 - updated February 2002, 29pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Windhoek, 2002. R95
  17. [Jauch (H.) ed.] PLAYING THE GLOBALISATION GAME, the implications of economic liberalisation for Namibia, 118pp., map, paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R135
  18. ____________

  19. Ministry of Justice THE LAWS OF THE REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA, 2000, 490pp., 4to., hardback, Windhoek, 2000. R250
  20. Namibia Institute for Democracy, (NID)

  21. __________ THE ASSOCIATION FOR LOCAL AUTHORITIES IN NAMIBIA, proceedings of the 52nd annual congress, Tsumeb, 18-20 April 2001, speeches, presentations and resolutions, 256pp., illus., paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R150
  22. __________ OPTIONS FOR PRIVATE ARBITRATION IN NAMIBIA, report on a workshop presented by the Namibia Institute for Democracy (NID) in association with the Konrad-Adenauer- Stiftung, Tuesday, 23 October 2001 Windhoek, Safari Court, 30pp., 4to., paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R50
  23. ____________

    Namibia National Association of Women in Business (NNAWIB)

  24. __________ OPERATIONAL MANUAL ON SOLIDARITY GROUP WORK APPROACH AND INCLUSION OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT ISSUES, 31pp., 4to., paperback, Windhoek, 2000. R195
  25. __________ REPORTS, forum on establishment of Namibian National Association of Women in Business at Ongwediva-ELCIN Centre, June 30th - July 2nd, 1995, 43pp., paperback, Windhoek, 1995. R45
  26. ____________

    Namibian Economic Policy Research Unit (NEPRU)

  27. Bebi (H.) VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT) IN SADC, potential impact, case studies of Namibia & South Africa, 46pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Research Report No. 22, Windhoek, 2001. R125
  28. Dahl (J.) INCENTIVES FOR FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT, the case of SADC in the 1990s, 22pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Working Paper No. 81, Windhoek, 2001. R125
  29. Hansohm (D.) et al ELEMENTS OF A MEDIUM- TERM RESEARCH PROGRAMME ON POVERTY, LIVELIHOOD AND EMPLOYMENT, 42pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Research Report No. 23, Windhoek, 2001. R125
  30. Harris (B.) FISCAL CONSEQUENCES OF PENSION REFORM, the introduction of means-testing into the Namibian old-age pension scheme, 31pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Working Paper No. 77, Windhoek, 2001. R125
  31. Motinga (D.) OPENNESS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH, is there a long run relationship for Namibia?, 23pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Working Paper No. 79, Windhoek, 2001. R95
  32. Phororo (H.) FOOD CROPS OR CASH CROPS IN THE NORTHERN COMMUNAL AREAS OF NAMIBIA, setting a framework for a research agenda, 20pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Working Paper No. 80, Windhoek, 2001. R95
  33. Seckelmann (A.) DEVELOPMENT OF URBAN SETTLEMENTS IN INDEPENDENT NAMIBIA, 117pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Occasional Paper No. 20, Windhoek, 2001. R195
  34. Werner (W.) LAND REFORM AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION, experiences from Namibia, 21pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Working Paper No. 78, Windhoek, 2001. R95
  35. __________ PROMOTING DEVELOPMENT AMONG FARM WORKERS, some options for Namibia, 28pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Research Report No. 24, Windhoek, 2002. R125
  36. ____________

  37. Namís (S.) SOSSUSVLEI, gateway to planet Namib, 93pp., oblong, colour illus., paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R195
  38. National Planning Commission

  39. __________ NAMIBIA INTERCENSAL DEMOGRAPHIC SURVEY INCORPORATING MID-DECADE GOALS SURVEY, table report, 121pp., oblong 4to., paperback, Central Bureau of Statistics, Windhoek, 2001. R95
  40. __________ POPULATION PROJECTIONS 1991- 2001 NAMIBIA, national and regional figures, 120pp., 4to., paperback, Central Bureau of Statistics, Windhoek, 2001. R95
  41. ____________

    National Society for Human Rights

  42. __________ CRIMINAL LIABILITY IN ANGOLA, a case for reparations and compensation, 46pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R95
  43. __________ NAMIBIA, human rights report 2001, 120pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R150
  44. ____________

  45. National Union of Namibian Workers (NUNW) THE LONG MARCH TO EQUALITY, a booklet on the rights of women workers, 32pp., illus., paperback, Windhoek, 2000. R40
  46. O'Hagan (T.) SPECTACULAR NAMIBIA, 152pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2002. R220
  47. Text in English & German.

  48. Parliamentary Women's Caucus & Friedrich Ebert Stiftung REPORT OF THE NAMIBIA ELECTED WOMEN'S FORUM NATIONAL CONFERENCE, 83pp., 4to., stapled paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R95
  49. Püts (J.) DAS GROSSE DICKSCHENÄRIE, dickschenärie I & II, kommbeind, aber noch riekonndischend, gemoddifeid und gesuhpt, 155pp., oblong, illus., paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R150
  50. Rice (M.) & Gibson (C.) HEAT, DUST AND DREAMS, an exploration of people and environment in Namibia's Kaokoland and Damaraland, 159pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., map, hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2001. R190
  51. Rothmann (S.) JOURNEY THROUGH WESTERN NAMIBIA, a photo companian to the attractions of the Namib desert, 127pp., 4to., colour illus., maps, paperback, New edition, Swakopmund, (2001) 2001. R195
  52. First published as "More than grains of Sand" in 2001.

  53. Stals (E.) & Ponelis (F.) SÓ HET AFRIKAANS NA NAMIBIË GEKOM, Hollands-Afrikaans in Namibië vóór die koloniale tyd, 160pp., illus., paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R125
  54. Stommel (H.) BRUDER OSWALD BRAUN O.M.I., 50 jahre missionar in Namibia, 64pp., b/w & colour illus., map, paperback, Windhoek, 2000. R125
  55. [van Schalkwyk (P.) ed.] NAMIBIA TRADE DIRECTORY 2002, a review of Namibian trade and industry, 268pp., 4to., colour illus., maps, paperback, Windhoek, 2002. R195
  56. van Zyl (D.) & Keulder (C.) YOUTH AND DEMOCRACY IN NAMIBIA, results of the youth and politics 2000/01 survey, 127pp., 4to., paperback, Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) Research Report No. 1, Windhoek, 2001. R195
  57. Vedder (H.) EINFÜHRUNG IN DIE GESCHICHTE SÜDWESTAFRIKAS, 64pp., illus., map, paperback, Tsumed, 2001. R95
  58. [Viljoen (J.) comp.] PIONIERS VAN DIE DORSLAND, 95pp., illus., maps, paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R150
  59. Zeichner (K.) & Dahlström (L.) DEMOCRATIC TEACHER EDUCATION REFORM IN AFRICA, the case of Namibia, 269pp., paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R125


  1. __________ ASTRONOMICAL HANDBOOK FOR SOUTHERN AFRICA 2002, the 56th year of publication, 63pp., maps, paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R30
  2. [Ambrose (D.) et al eds.] BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY IN LESOTHO, a country study, 142pp., colour illus., maps, paperback, Maseru, 2000. R195
  3. Arnold (T.) et al MEDICINAL AND MAGICAL PLANTS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, an annotated checklist, 203pp., 4to., maps, hardback, Strelitzia 13, Pretoria, 2002. R130
  4. Channing (A.) AMPHIBIANS OF CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN AFRICA, 470pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Pretoria, 2001. R380
  5. Coetzee (P.) BIRDS FOR BEGINNERS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, 96pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R80
  6. Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism

  7. __________ ANNUAL REVIEW 2000/2001, 80pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  8. __________ GUIDELINE DOCUMENT, EIA regulations, implementation of section 21, 22 and 26 of the environment conservation act, 48pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Pretoria, 1998. R95
  9. __________ POVERTY RELIEF PROGRAMME, 2000/2001, 7pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R25
  10. __________ PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND MANAGEMENT PLAN, 63pp., 4to., maps, paperback, Prince Edward Island Management Plan Working Group, Pretoria, 1996. R95
  11. Hänel (C.) & Chown (S.) AN INTRODUCTORY GUIDE TO THE MARION AND PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, special nature reserves, 50 years after annexation, 80pp., 4to., colour illus., maps, paperback, Pretoria, no date. R95
  12. [Harris (J.) comp.] AN INTRODUCTION TO THE GEOLOGY, BIOLOGY AND CONSERVATION OF NUNATAKS IN DRONNING MAUD LAND, ANTARCTICA, 43pp., illus., maps, paperback, South African National Antarctic Programme, Pretoria, 1996. R95
  13. ____________

    Desert Research Foundation

  14. __________ RURAL ELECTRIFICATION IN NAMIBIA, an information brochure, 20pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R95
  15. Leggett (K.) et al HOANIB RIVER CATCHMENT STUDY, NORTHWESTERN NAMIBIA, fauna, 178pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Occasional Paper No. 16, Windhoek, 2001. R125
  16. __________ HOANIB RIVER CATCHMENT STUDY, NORTHWESTERN NAMIBIA, vegetation, 131pp., 4to., illus., spiralbound paperback, Occasional Paper No.17, Windhoek, 2001. R125
  17. __________ HOANIB RIVER CATCHMENT STUDY, NORTHWESTERN NAMIBIA, soil, 35pp., 4to., maps, spiralbound paperback, Occasional Paper No. 14, Windhoek, 2001. R125
  18. __________ HOANIB RIVER CATCHMENT STUDY, NORTHWESTERN NAMIBIA, water, 85pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Occasional Paper No. 15, Windhoek, 2001. R125
  19. Matthew (C.) NAMIBIA'S BIOMASS ENERGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME, results of a baseline survey in northern Namibia, 30pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Working Document, Windhoek, 2001. R95
  20. Wood (A.) AN EVALUATION OF THE IMPACT OF THE 'OSHIVALE' RADIO DRAMA SERIES, 158pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Occasional Paper No. 13, Windhoek, 2001. R150
  21. ____________

  22. Dharani (N.) FIELD GUIDE TO COMMON TREES & SHRUBS OF EAST AFRICA, 320pp., colour illus., map, paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R160
  23. du Toit (R.) ESSENTIAL WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY, 96pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R90
  24. Esterhuyse (N.) et al REMARKABLE TREES OF SOUTH AFRICA, 202pp., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R170
  25. Goldblatt (P.) & Manning (J.) CAPE PLANTS, a conspectus of the Cape flora of South Africa, 743pp., illus., maps, hardback, Strelitzia 9, National Botanical Institute, Pretoria & Missouri, 2000. R260
  26. Grant (R.) & Thomas (V.) BUSHVELD, including Pilanesberg & Magaliesberg, 428pp., colour illus., maps, paperback, Johannesburg, 2000. R190
  27. __________ LOWVELD, including Kruger National Park, 350pp., colour illus., maps, paperback, Second edition, Johannesburg, (1997) 2001. R190
  28. Heymans (P.) photo. & Engelbrecht (H.) text OUSUS, lady of the Kalahari, 144pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardback, Upington, 2001. R220
  29. Photographic history of the lion, Ousus, from cub to adult.

  30. Jacana KWAZULU-NATAL, a celebration of biodiversity, 208pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R145
  31. Joffe (P.) text & photo. CREATIVE GARDENING WITH INDIGENOUS PLANTS, a South African guide, 372pp., colour illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R180
  32. Johns (A. & M.) KOGELBERG BIOSPHERE RESERVE, heart of the Cape flora, 56pp., colour illus., map, paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R50
  33. [Kirk-Spriggs (A.) ed.] CIMBEBASIA, journal of the National Museum of Namibia, 260pp., illus., maps, paperback, Volume 17, November 2001, Windhoek, 2001. R150
  34. Kirsten (K.) BLOOMING QUOTES, favourite gardening anecdotes, 95pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R60
  35. Kopij (G.) BIRDS OF ROMA VALLEY LESOTHO, 40pp., illus., maps, paperback, National University of Lesotho, Department of Biology, Roma, 2001. R75
  36. [Leistner (O.) ed.] SEED PLANTS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, families and genera, 776pp., 4to., hardback, Strelitzia 10, National Botanical Institute, Pretoria, 2000. R360
  37. Manning (J.) text & Batten (A.) & Bokelmann (H.) illus. EASTERN CAPE, 307pp., colour illus., map, paperback, South African Wild Flower Guide 11, Cape Town, 2001. R145
  38. Marais (E.) THE SOUL OF THE APE, with an introduction by Robert Ardrey, 174pp., paperback, Reprint, Cape Town, (1969) 2002. R150
  39. __________ THE SOUL OF THE WHITE ANT, translated by Winifred de Kok, 144pp., paperback, Reprint, Cape Town, (1971) 2002. R150
  40. Millard (V.) CLASSIFICATION OF MOLLUSCA, a classification of world wide mollusca, volume 1: Caudofoveata, Solenogastres, Polyplacophora, Monoplacophora, Cephalopoda, Scaphalopoda, Calyptomatida, Cricoconariida, volume 2: Gastropoda, volume 3: Bivalvia, index, 222pp. + 692pp. + 755pp., hardbacks, includes CD-ROM, Second edition, Cape Town, (1996) 2001. R1,770
  41. Moore (R.) ELEPHANTS FOR AFRICA, 368pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, Johannesburg, 2000. R1,117
  42. The first section of this book (Chapters1-12) was first published as "Back to Africa" in 1989.

  43. National Environment Secretariat LESOTHO'S BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY, national strategy on Lesotho's biological diversity: conservation and sustainable use, 96pp., 4to., maps, paperback, Ministry of Environment, Gender & Youth Affairs, Maseru, 2000. R125
  44. [Palmer (R.) et al eds.] FROM CONFLICT TO NEGOTIATION, nature-based development on South Africa's wild coast, 321pp., 4to., maps, paperback, Pretoria, 2002. R130
  45. Roberts (M.) THE ESSENTIAL MARGARET ROBERTS, my 100 favourite herbs, 136pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R170
  46. Schütze (H.) FIELD GUIDE TO THE MAMMALS OF THE KRUGER NATIONAL PARK, 192pp., colour illus., maps, paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R150
  47. Simmons (R.) HARRIERS OF THE WORLD, their behaviour and ecology, 368pp., illus., paperback, Oxford, 2000. R110
  48. The author works at the Percy FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology at the University of Cape Town.

  49. Slingsby (P.) & Coombe (E.) FYNBOS COAST, Betty's Bay, Kleinmond, Pringle Bay, Rooiels, 120pp., illus., map, paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R65
  50. Timberlake (J.) et al FIELD GUIDE TO THE ACACIAS OF ZIMBABWE, 160pp., illus., maps, paperback, Harare, 1999. R195
  51. Turk (C.) SKYWATCHING IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, a first field guide, 57pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R30
  52. van Wyk (A.) & Smith (G.) REGIONS OF FLORISTIC ENDEMISM IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, a review with emphasis on succulents, 199pp., 4to., colour illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Pretoria, 2001. R240
  53. Wolfart (S.) text & photo. NATURAL DIVERSITY OF THE CAPE PENNINSULA, 136pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2001. R150


  1. __________ DEVELOPMENT REPORT, building developmental local government, 222pp., 4to., paperback & CD-ROM, Development Bank of Southern Africa, Johannesburg, 2000. R250
  2. Africa Institute of South Africa

  3. Brooks (D.) & Renou (X.) PEACEKEEPING OR PILLAGE?, private military companies in Africa, 23pp., 4to., paperback, Occasional Paper No. 64, Pretoria, 2001. R65
  4. Campbell (H.) THE US SECURITY DOCTRINE AND THE AFRICA CRISIS RESPONSE INITIATIVE, 48pp., 4to., paperback, Occasional Paper No. 62, Pretoria, 2000. R60
  5. Genge (M.) et al AFRICAN UNION AND A PAN- AFRICAN PARLIAMENT, working papers, 37pp., paperback, Research Paper No. 63, 2000. R45
  6. [Kadima (D.) & Kabemba (C.) eds.] WHITHER REGIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY?, the Democratic Republic of Congo after the war, 178pp., map, paperback, African Century Publication Series No. 1, Pretoria, 2000. R140
  7. [Maloka (E.) & le Roux (E.) eds.] PROBLEMATISING THE AFRICAN RENAISSANCE, 92pp., paperback, Research Paper No. 62, Pretoria, 2000. R40
  8. ____________

    African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD), University of Durban-Westville

  9. [Gerwel (J.) & Malan (J.) eds.] AFRICAN JOURNAL ON CONFLICT RESOLUTION, volume 1 number 2, 2000, 116pp., paperback, Durban, 2000. R95
  10. __________ AFRICAN JOURNAL ON CONFLICT RESOLUTION, volume 2 number 1, 2001, 114pp., paperback, Durban, 2001. R95
  11. ____________

    Association for Rural Advancement (AFRA)

  12. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, 1999/2000, 34pp., 4to., colour illus., map, paperback, Durban, 2000. R75
  13. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, January to December 1998, 42pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., map, paperback, Durban, 1998. R50
  14. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, January to December 1997, 39pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., map, paperback, Durban, 1997. R50
  15. ____________

  16. Black Sash Trust ANNUAL REPORT, 2000, 44pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2000. R50
  17. Built Environment Support Group ANNUAL REPORT, June '97 - May '98, 13pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Durban, 1998. R50
  18. Centre for Advanced Studies of African Society (CASAS), Cape Town

  19. Adéjùmò (À.) ÌSÈFÈ NÍNÚ ÀWON ERÉ-ONÍTÀN YORÙBÁ, 189pp., paperback, Book Series No. 11, Cape Town, 2001. R110
  20. Adéwolé (L.) BEGINNING YORÙBÁ 1, 43pp., paperback, Monograph Series No. 9, Cape Town, 2000. R85
  21. __________ BEGINNING YORÙBÁ II, 86pp., paperback, Monograph Series No. 10, Cape Town, 2001. R85
  22. [Adéwolé (L.) ed.] IFÁ AND RELATED GENRES, 126pp., paperback, Book Series No. 13, Cape Town, 2001. R85
  23. Akokpari (J.) INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, XENOPHOBIA AND THE DILEMMA THE SOUTH AFRICAN STATE, 30pp., paperback, Occasional Paper No. 11, Cape Town, 2001. R40
  24. [Bankie (B.) ed.] GLOBALISING AFRICANS, towards the 7th Pan-African congress, (a collection of letters, minutes, notes, reports and other papers), 110pp., paperback, Book Series No. 14, Cape Town, 2001. R85
  25. Kwetana (W.) THE CALL TO AFRICAN RENAISSANCE THROUGH XHOSA LITERATURE, 19pp., paperback, Occasional Paper No. 9, Cape Town, 2000. R40
  26. Neethling (B.) THE RAINBOW NATION, can we sing together?, 26pp., paperback, Occasional Paper No. 10, Cape Town, 2001. R40
  27. Njogu (K.) et al KISWAHILI KATIKA KARNE YA ISHIRINI NA MOJA, (Kiswahili in the 21st century), 285pp., paperback, Book Series No. 17, Cape Town, 2000. R130
  28. Phiri (B.) ZAMBIANS OF INDIAN ORIGIN, a history of their struggle for survival in a new homeland, 19pp., paperback, Occasional Paper No. 12, Cape Town, 2001. R40
  29. Sheba (J.) ÌSÈTÓFÁBO NÍNÚ ISÉ ÀWON ÒNKÒWÉKÙNRIN YORÙBÁ, láti owó, 96pp., paperback, Monograph Series No. 8, Cape Town, 2000. R120
  30. Sheriff (A.) AFRO-ARAB INTERACTION IN THE INDIAN OCEAN, social consequences of the Dhow trade, 30pp., map, paperback, Occasional Paper No. 13, Cape Town, 2001. R40
  31. ____________

  32. Centre for Development and Enterprise (CDE) WHY IS SOUTH AFRICA FAILING TO GET THE GROWTH AND JOBS THAT IT NEEDS?, 28pp., 4to., paperback, Round Table Number Six, Johannesburg, 2001. R95
  33. Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria

  34. [Bekker (G.) ed.] A COMPILATION OF ESSENTIAL DOCUMENTS ON THE RIGHT TO HEALTH, 114pp., paperback, Economic and Social Rights Series Volume 4, Pretoria, 2000. R75
  35. __________ A COMPILATION OF ESSENTIAL DOCUMENTS ON THE RIGHT TO HOUSING, 158pp., paperback, Economic and Social Rights Series Volume 5, Pretoria, 2000. R75
  36. __________ A COMPILATION OF ESSENTIAL DOCUMENTS ON THE RIGHTS TO FOOD AND NUTRITION, 159pp., paperback, Economic and Social Rights Series Volume 3, Pretoria, 2000. R75
  37. [Mashava (L.) ed.] A COMPILATION OF ESSENTIAL DOCUMENTS ON THE RIGHT TO SOCIAL SECURITY, 145pp., paperback, Economic and Social Rights Series Volume 6, Pretoria, 2000. R75
  38. __________ A COMPILATION OF ESSENTIAL DOCUMENTS ON THE RIGHT TO WATER AND ENVIRONMENT, 170pp., paperback, Economic and Social Rights Series Volume 7, Pretoria, 2000. R75
  39. ____________

    Centre for Policy Studies

  40. Hlophe (D.) et al THE BUSINESS OF BLACKNESS, the Foundation of African Business and Consumer Services, democracy and donor funding, 28pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Research Report No. 83, Johannesburg, 2001. R95
  41. Kabemba (C.) & Friedman (S.) PARTNERSHIP AND ITS PROBLEMS, the Institute for Democracy in South Africa, democratisation strategy and foreign aid, 31pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Research Report No. 81, Johannesburg, 2001. R95
  42. Kabemba (C.) & Schmitz (T.) UNDERSTANDING POLICY IMPLEMENTATION, an exploration of research areas surronding the Research and Development Programme, 30pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Research Report No. 73, Johannesburg, 2001. R95
  43. Kihato (C.) SHIFTING SANDS, the relationship between foreign donors and South African civil society during and after apartheid, 24pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Research Report No. 86, Johannesburg, 2001. R95
  44. Kihato (C.) & Kabemba (C.) UNDERSTANDING POLICY IMPLEMENTATION, an exploration of research areas in the education sector, 32pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Research Report No. 75, Johannesburg, 2001. R95
  45. Masiza (Z.) & Ngqungwana (T.) ENHANCING POLICY IMPLEMENTATION, lessons from the growth, employment, and redistribution strategy, 31pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Research Report No. 91, Johannesburg, 2001. R95
  46. Masiza (Z.) & Ntlokonkulu (L.) UNDERSTANDING POLICY IMPLEMENTATION, an exploration of research areas surrounding the National Crime Prevention Strategy, 13pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Research Report No. 76, Johannesburg, 2001. R95
  47. Stack (L.) & Ndletyana (M.) UNDERSTANDING POLICY IMPLEMENTATION, an exploration of research areas in the health sector, 27pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Research Report No. 74, Johannesburg, 2001. R95
  48. ____________

    Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Natal

  49. __________ MEDIA FREEDOM, free press voice of democracy, 28pp., 4to., paperback, Democracy for All Programme, Democracy Watch No. 12, Durban, 2001. R50
  50. __________ RACE & RACISM, 28pp., 4to., paperback, Democracy for All Programme, Democray Watch No. 13, Durban, 2001. R50
  51. __________ TRADITIONAL LEADERS, focus groups report, 106pp., 4to., paperback, Research Unit & National Democratic Institute (NDI), Durban, 1999. R125
  52. Booysen (S.) ELECTION 1999, the voters speak, five province focus group study, 53pp., 4to., paperback, Research Unit, Research Report & National Democratic Institute (NDI), Durban, 1999. R95
  53. ____________

  54. Commission on Restitution of Land Rights HONOURING THE PROMISE OF OUR CONSTITUTION, annual report April 2000 - March 2001, 52pp., 4to., colour illus., map, paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  55. Democratic Union of Africa (DUA) LAND REFORM IN SOUTH AFRICA, proceedings and conclusions of a conference held in Johannesburg, South Africa from 24-26 May 2001, 111pp., 4to., paperback, Cape Town, (2001). R40
  56. Department of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology

  57. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, 2000/2001, 165pp., colour illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R150
  58. National Language Service 2ND LANGUAGE INDABA PROCEEDINGS, Durban 29-31 March 2000, 219pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R150
  59. ____________

  60. Department of Constitution Dvelopment BASIC MUNICIPAL SERVICES, targeting poor households in the provision of basic municipal services, a guideline for municipalities, 36pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 1999. R95
  61. Department of Correctional Services ANNUAL REPORT, 1 January 2000 to 31 March 2001, 155pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  62. Department of Finance (National Treasury)

  63. __________ ADJUSTED ESTIMATES OF NATIONAL EXPENDITURE, 2001, 178pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R150
  64. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, 2000/2001, 120pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  65. __________ BUDGET REVIEW, 2002, 275pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2002. R175
  66. __________ BUDGET SPEECH, 2002, 38pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2002. R135
  67. __________ ESTIMATE OF NATIONAL REVENUE, 2002, 9pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2002. R95
  68. __________ ESTIMATES OF NATIONAL EXPENDITURE, 2002, 809pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2002. R195
  69. __________ INTERGOVERNMENTAL FISCAL REVIEW, 2001, 438pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R195
  70. __________ REGIONAL ECONOMIC REVIEW, Southern Africa Economic Summit 2000, 196pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R195
  71. __________ REGIONAL ECONOMIC REVIEW, Southern Africa Economic Summit 2001, 153pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R195
  72. ____________

    Department of Health

  73. __________ A SYNOPSIS OF HEALTH POLICIES & LEGISLATION, 1994-2000, 90pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R85
  74. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, April 2000 - March 2001, 82pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  75. __________ POLICY GUIDELINES FOR THE MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION OF GENETIC DISORDERS, BIRTH DEFECTS AND DISABILITIES, 82pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  76. ____________

    Department of Justice and Constitutional Development

  77. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, 2000, 112pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R150
  78. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, 30 April 2000 - 31 March 2001, 155pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  79. ____________

    Department of Land Affairs

  80. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, 01-04-2000 - 31-03-2001, 188pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R150
  81. __________ GUIDELINES FOR THE INTEGRATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING INTO LAND REFORM AND LAND DEVELOPMENT, an output of the DLA-Danced 'Intergration of Environmental Planning into the Land Reform Process' project, 294pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R195
  82. __________ LAND REDISTRIBUTION FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, a sub-programme of the Land Redistribution Programme, 18pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria R50
  83. __________ POLICY FOR THE INTEGRATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING INTO THE LAND REFORM PROCESS, an output of the DLA-Danced 'Intergration of Environmental Planning into the Land Reform Process' project, 21pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  84. May (J.) et al MONITORING AND EVALUATING THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF LAND REFORM BENEFICIARIES, 1998/1999, report prepared for the Department of Land Affairs, second draft, 142pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R95
  85. ____________

    Department of Minerals and Energy

  86. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, 2000- 2001, 116pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R150
  87. __________ ANNUAL REPORT 1999, 63pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Pretoria, 1999. R125
  88. __________ INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SOLAR COOKING 2000, Kimberley, South Africa, 27-29 November 2000, conference proceedings, 316pp., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  89. ____________

  90. Department of Provincial and Local Government ANNUAL REPORT, 2000/2001 financial year, 109pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  91. Department of Social Development ANNUAL REPORT, 1 April 2000 - 31 March 2001, 156pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  92. Department of Trade and Industry

  93. __________ BUSINESS UNLIMITED, annual report 2001, 57pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Trade & Investment South Africa, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  94. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, 2000-2001, 112pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  95. __________ FRAMEWORK DOCUMENT, "driving competitiveness: towards a new intergrated industrial strategy for sustainable employment and growth", 46pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Pretoria R125
  96. ____________

    Department of Transport

  97. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, 2000/2001, 62pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  98. __________ ANNUAL TRANSPORT STATISTICS 2001, 142pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  99. ____________

  100. Department of Water Affairs & Forestry ANNUAL REPORT, April 1, 2000 - March 31, 2001, 107pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  101. Department of Welfare NATIONAL DRUG MASTER PLAN, Republic of South Africa 1999-2004, 62pp., 4to., paperback, Drug Advisory Board, Pretoria, 1999. R95
  102. Freedom of Expression Institute

  103. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, 1999- 2000, 23pp., 4to., paperback, Johannesburg, 2000. R50
  104. Duncan (J.) BROADCASTING AND THE NATIONAL QUESTION, South African broadcast media in an age of neo- liberalism, 226pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R195
  105. ____________

  106. Human Science Research Council HUMAN SCIENCES RESEARCH COUNCIL 2000/01 ANNUAL REPORT, 90pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., spiralbound paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  107. Independent Communications Authority of South Africa DISCUSSION PAPER ON THE REVIEW OF LOCAL CONTENT QUOTAS, 56pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Johannesburg, 2000. R125
  108. Independent Complaints Directorate ANNUAL REPORT, 1999/2000, 39pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R50
  109. Institute for Global Dialogue

  110. Aldrich (T.) ENERGY FOR THE FUTURE, select issues facing the energy sector in southern Africa, 44pp., 4to., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R195
  111. [le Pere (G.) & Lawson (N.) eds.] THE MULTILATERAL TRADING SYSTEM AND THE ROAD TO DOHA, challenges for South Africa, 7-8 August 2001 Holiday Inn, Pretoria, proceedings of a symposium, 25pp., 4to., paperback, Occasional Paper No. 31, Johannesburg, 2001. R125
  112. ____________

    Institute for Security Studies

  113. Boshoff (H.) et al FEAR IN THE CITY, urban terrorism in South Africa, 164pp., paperback, ISS Monograph Series No. 63, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  114. Camerer (L.) CORRUPTION IN SOUTH AFRICA, results of an expert panel survey, 109pp., paperback, ISS Monograph Series No. 65, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  115. Gastrow (P.) ORGANISED CRIME IN THE SADC REGION, police perception, 89pp., paperback, ISS Monograph Series No. 60, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  116. __________ THEFT FROM SOUTH AFRICAN MINES AND REFINERIES, the illicit market for gold and platinum, 72pp., paperback, ISS Monograph Series No. 54, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  117. [Goredema (C.) ed.] ORGANISED CRIME IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, assessing legislation, 201pp., paperback, ISS Monograph Series No. 56, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  118. Goyer (K.) PRISON PRIVATISATION IN SOUTH AFRICA, issues, challenges and opportunities, 84pp., paperback, ISS Monograph Series No. 64, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  119. Hennop (E.) et al THE CHALLENGE TO CONTROL, South Africa's borders and borderline, 133pp., paperback, ISS Monograph Series No. 57, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  120. __________ THE ROLE OF FIREARMS IN CRIME IN SOUTH AFRICA, a detailed analysis of police dockets, 120pp., paperback, ISS Monograph Series No. 55, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  121. Jefferson (C.) ATTITUDES TO FIREARMS, the case of Kwa Mashu, Tsolo-Qumbo and Lekoa-Vaal, 92pp., paperback, ISS Monograph Series No. 62, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  122. Liebenberg (I.) & Roefs (M.) DEMOBILISATION AND ITS AFTERMATH II, economic reinsertion of South Africa's demobilised military personnel, 116pp., paperback, ISS Monograph Series No. 61, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  123. Malan (M.) et al PEACEKEEPING IN SIERRA LEONE, UNAMSIL hits the home straight, 126pp., maps, paperback, ISS Monograph Series No. 68, Pretoria, 2002. R50
  124. [Mutschler (C.) & Reyneke (E.) eds.] HUMAN SECURITY IN THE SOUTHERN AFRICAN CONTEXT, proceedings of the Pugwash Symposium 7-10 June 1998 Midrand, South Africa, 67pp., paperback, Pretoria, 1999. R50
  125. Rauch (J.) et al MUNICIPAL POLICING IN SOUTH AFRICA, development and challenges, 47pp., paperback, ISS Monograph Series No. 67, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  126. Robertshaw (R.) et al CRIME IN DAR ES SALAAM, results of a city victim survey, 114pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  127. __________ REDUCING CRIME IN DURBAN, a victim survey and safer city strategy, 112pp., paperback, ISS Monograph Series No. 58, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  128. Shelton (G.) et al DEMOBILISATION AND ITS AFTERMATH I, a profile of South Africa's demobilised military personnel, 131pp., paperback, ISS Monograph Series No. 59, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  129. ____________

  130. Integrated Rural Development Program of the W.K.Kellogg Foundation MICRO-FINANCE IN RURAL COMMUNITIES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, country and pilot site case studies, policy issues and recommendations, 173pp., 4to., illus., maps, paperback, Human Science Research Council (HSRC), Pretoria, 2002. R195
  131. Johnson (R.) NOT SO CLOSE TO THEIR HEARTS, an investigation into the non-payment of rents, rates and service charges in South Africa's towns and cities, 104pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Helen Suzman Foundation, Johannesburg, 1999. R265
  132. First of a projected 2 reports on non-payment. The second report has yet to be published.

  133. Judicial Service Commission ANNUAL REPORT, 2000, 8pp., 4to., paperback, Bloemfontein, 2001. R45
  134. Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

  135. Jozana (X.) et al PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA, 122pp., paperback, Seminar Report No. 7, Johannesburg, 2001. R125
  136. Raidt (E.) et al DEFINING A NEW CITIZENSHIP FOR SOUTH AFRICA AND THE FUNDAMENTAL VALUES THAT WILL SHAPE IT, 81pp., paperback, Seminar Report No. 10, Johannesburg, 2001. R95
  137. Shaw (M.) et al CRIME AND POLICING IN TRANSITIONAL SOCIETIES, 258pp., paperback, Seminar Report No. 8, Johannesburg, 2001. R125
  138. Solomon (H.) et al POLITICS OF IDENTITY AND EXCLUSION IN AFRICA, violent confrontation to peaceful cooperation, 165pp., paperback, Seminar Report No. 11, Johannesburg, 2001. R125
  139. Steyn (J.) et al THE EMPOWERMENT OF SCHOOL LEADERS THROUGH DEMOCRATIC VALUES, 133pp., paperback, Seminar Report No. 13, Johannesburg, 2001. R125
  140. van der Merwe (S.) et al STRENGTHENING THE MORAL FABRIC OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN WORKPLACE, strategies, resources and research, 62pp., paperback, Seminar Report No. 9, Johannesburg, 2001. R95
  141. Venter (F.) et al CONSTITUTION AND LAW IV, developments in the contemporary constitutional state, 207pp., paperback, Seminar Report No. 6, Johannesburg, 2001. R125
  142. ____________

  143. Labour Research Service BARGAINING INDICATORS FOR 2002, volume 7, an omnibus guide to wage bargaining from the Labour Research Service, 396pp., 4to., folder, Cape Town, 2002. R1,415
  144. Lawyers for Human Rights ANNUAL REVIEW, 2000, 32pp., 4to., illus., maps, paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R95
  145. National Institute for Economic Policy (NIEP)

  146. Bell (T.) & Madula (N.) WHERE HAS ALL THE GROWTH GONE?, South African manufacturing industry 1970- 2001, 62pp., paperback, Occasional Paper Series No. 21, Johannesburg, 2001. R85
  147. Nell (K.) AN APPLICATION OF THE BALANCE- OF-PAYMENTS GROWTH MODEL TO SOUTH AFRICA AND THE REST OF SADC, 28pp., paperback, Occasional Paper Series No. 22, Johannesburg, 2001. R85
  148. __________ THE STABILITY OF MONEY DEMAND AND MONETARY GROWTH TARGETS, the case of South Africa, 32pp., paperback, Occasional Paper Series No. 23, Johannesburg, 2001. R85
  149. ____________

  150. National Land Committee ANNUAL REPORT, April 2000- March 2001, 35pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 20001. R95
  151. National Programme of Action for Children in South Africa (NPA) CHILDREN IN 2001, a report on the state of the nation's children, 168pp., oblong 4to., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R150
  152. National Research Foundation

  153. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, 2000/2001, 78pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  154. __________ 2000 REGISTER OF GRANTS, the aim of the NRF register of grants is to promote research collaboration across disciplines and between institutions and to assist students in identifying research leaders, 126pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  155. ____________

  156. National Youth Commission A NATIONAL STRATEGY TO PROMOTE ECONOMIC PARTICIPATION BY YOUNG PEOPLE, 47pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Johannesburg, 2000. R95
  157. Nunes (S.) WOMEN AND SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, 25pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Ntsika Enterprise Promotion Agency, Johannesburg, 1998. R95
  158. Office of the Auditor-General

  159. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, 2000/2001, 43pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  160. __________ REPORT OF THE AUDITOR-GENERAL ON AUDITING AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT MATTERS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR, 32pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  161. __________ REPORT OF THE AUDITOR-GENERAL ON BORDER POST CONTROL, 21pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  162. __________ REPORT OF THE AUDITOR-GENERAL ON SELECTED INTERNAL CONTROL MEASURES OVER THE TAXATION PROCESS ADMINISTERED BY THE SOUTH AFRICAN REVENUE SERVICE, 25pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  163. Public Protector/Auditor-General JOINT INVESTIGATION REPORT INTO THE STRATEGIC DEFENCE PROCUREMENT PACKAGES, November 2001, 380pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R155
  164. ____________

  165. Office on the Rights of the Child END DECADE REPORT ON CHILDREN, South Africa, 116pp., 4to., illus., paperback, National Programme of Action for Children in South Africa, The Presidency, Pretoria, 20001. R125
  166. Public Protector of South Africa

  167. __________ SOUTH AFRICA'S PUBLIC PROTECTOR, an introduction, 23pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, no date. R50
  168. __________ ANNUAL REPORT 1999, report no 16, 48pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R95
  169. ____________

    School of Development Studies/Centre for Social & Development Studies, (University of Natal, Durban)

  170. __________ ANNUAL REPORT, 2000/2001, 19pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Durban, 2001. R50
  171. Ballard (R.) A PRELIMARY STUDY ON THE BOVINE LEATHER CHAIN IN SOUTH AFRICA, 80pp., 4to., paperback, Research Report No. 40, Durban, 2001. R125
  172. Barnes (J.) DRIVING IN THE FAST LANE, competitiveness progress in the South African automotive components industry, findings from the 2001 follow-up study, 63pp., 4to., paperback, Research Report No. 41, Durban, 2001. R95
  173. Bornstein (L.) TENSION AND CONFLICT IMPACT ASSESSMENT IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, Cheringoma and Gorongosa districts, Mozambique, 33pp., 4to., paperback, Research Report No. 45, Durban, 2001. R95
  174. May (J.) et al TOWARDS A POVERTY MONITORING SYSTEM IN LESOTHO, report prepared for the Government of Lesotho's Technical Working Group (TWG) to formulate a poverty reduction strategy paper, 83pp., 4to., paperback, Research Report No. 44, Durban, 2001. R125
  175. Moodley (S.) E-BUSINESS AND THE CHANGING TERMS OF COMPETITION AND TRADE IN SOUTH AFRICAN APPAREL INDUSTRY, 55pp., 4to., paperback, Research Report No. 43, Durban, 2001. R95
  176. __________ E-BUSINESS IN A LOW-TECH SECTOR, the case of the South African wooden furniture value chain, 47pp., 4to., paperback, Research Report No. 42, Durban, 2001. R95
  177. Smith (T.) & Bornstein (L.) NORTHERN NGOS IN SOUTH AFRICA, programmes and partnerships, 33pp., 4to., paperback, Research Report No. 46, Durban, 2001. R95
  178. van de Ruit (C.) MICRO-FINANCE, DOOR ROLES AND INFLUENCE AND THE PRO-POOR AGENDA, the case of South Africa and Mozambique, 24pp., 4to., paperback, Research Report No. 48, Durban, 2002. R95
  179. van de Ruit (C.) et al A POVERTY ASSESSMENT OF THE SMALL ENTERPRISE FOUNDATION ON BEHALF OF THE CONSULTATIVE GROUP TO ASSIST THE POOREST, final report, 57pp., 4to., paperback, Research Report No. 39, Durban, 2001. R95
  180. ____________

    South African Human Rights Commission

  181. __________ 3RD ECONOMIC & SOCIAL RIGHTS REPORT, 1999/2000, 425pp., 4to., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R195
  182. __________ 5TH ANNUAL REPORT, January 2000 - March 2001, 101pp., 4to., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R125
  183. ____________

    South African Law Commission

  184. __________ FOURTH INTERIM REPORT ON SIMPLIFICATION OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, (sentence agreements), 105pp., paperback, Project 73, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  185. __________ REPORT ON A NEW SENTENCING FRAMEWORK, 155pp., paperback, Project 82, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  186. __________ REPORT ON THE APPLICATION OF THE BILL OF RIGHTS TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, CRIMINAL LAW, THE LAW OF EVIDENCE AND SENTENCING, 116pp., paperback, Project 101, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  187. __________ REPORT ON THE REVIEW OF THE MARRIAGE ACT 25 OF 1961, 222pp., paperback, Project 109, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  188. __________ THIRD INTERIM REPORT ON SIMPLIFICATION OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, (the right of the Director of Public Prosecutions to appeal on questions of fact), 86pp., paperback, Project 73, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  189. ____________

    Southern African Migration Project, Idasa

  190. [Crush (J.) ed.] LOSING OUR MINDS, skills migration and the South African brain drain, 63pp., paperback, Migration Policy Series No. 18, Cape Town, 2000. R60
  191. [Crush (J.) et al eds.] BORDERLINE FARMING, foreign migrants in South African commercial agriculture, 102pp., paperback, Migration Policy Series No. 16, Cape Town, 2000. R60
  192. Dodson (B.) GENDER AND THE BRAIN DRAIN FROM SOUTH AFRICA, 32pp., paperback, Migration Policy Series No. 23, Cape Town, 2002. R70
  193. Kynoch (G.) CROSS-BORDER RAIDING AND COMMUNITY CONFLICT IN THE LESOTHO-SOUTH AFRICA BORDER ZONE, 44pp., paperback, Migration Policy Series No. 21, Cape Town, 2001. R70
  194. Mattes (R.) et al THE BRAIN GAIN, skilled migrants and immigration policy in post-apartheid South Africa, 35pp., paperback, Migration Policy Series No. 20, Cape Town, 2000. R70
  195. Oucho (J.) et al BOTSWANA, migration perspectives and prospects, 75pp., paperback, Migration Policy Series No. 19, Cape Town, 2000. R60
  196. ____________

    Spartacist (an Organ of Revolutionary Marxism) SA, USA & UK, International Communist League, (Fourth Internationalist)

  197. __________ FOR NEW OCTOBER REVOLUTIONS, 48pp., 4to., illus., stapled paperback, English edition, No. 54, New York, 1998. R10
  198. Includes "Women and Permanent Revolution in South Africa".

  199. __________ SOUTH AFRICA AND PERMANENT REVOLUTION, 47pp., 4to., illus., stapled paperback, Black History and the Class Struggle No. 8, New York, 1991. R10
  200. __________ SOUTH AFRICA POWDER KEG, for black proletarian power, 47pp., 4to., illus., stapled paperback, Black History and the Class Struggle No. 12, New York, 1995. R10
  201. __________ SOUTH AFRICAN WORKERS BATTLE ANC NEO-APARTHEID RULE, 47pp., 4to., illus., stapled paperback, Black History and the Class Struggle No. 16, New York, 2001. R10
  202. __________ THE FIGHT FOR A REVOLUTIONARY VANGUARD PARTY, polemics on the South African left, 37pp., 4to., stapled paperback, New York, 1997. R10
  203. Spartacist, South Africa DISEASE, BIGOTRY AND IMPERIALIST HYPOCRISY, South Africa torn by AIDS crisis, 23pp., 4to., stapled paperback, No. 1, Johannesburg, 2001. R10
  204. __________ FOR CLASS STRUGGLE AGAINST NEO- APARTHEID CAPITALISM!, South African bourgeoisie backs US war on Afghanistan, 23pp., 4to., stapled paperback, No. 2, Johannesburg, 2002. R10
  205. ____________

    Statistics South Africa/Central Statistical Services

  206. __________ FINAL SUPPLY AND USE TABLES, 1998, an input-output framework, report no. 04-04-01 (1998), 134pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R195
  207. __________ MANPOWER SURVEY, 1995, occupation information, report no. 02-01-01, 78pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R150
  208. __________ OCCUPATIONAL SURVEY, 1996, occupation information, report no. 02-01-01 (1996), 80pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R150
  209. __________ SOUTH AFRICAN STATISTICS 2000, pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R350
  210. Alberts (P.) et al MEASURING POVERTY IN SOUTH AFRICA, 107pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R195
  211. Lehohla (P.) A SURVEY OF TIME USE, how South African women and men spend their time, 118pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  212. __________ SOUTH AFRICA IN TRANSITION, selected findings from the October household survey of 1999 and changes that have occurred between 1995 and 1999, 90pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  213. __________ THE YOUTH OF SOUTH AFRICA, selected findings from Census '96, 54pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R95
  214. Orkin (F.) EMPLOYMENT TRENDS IN AGRICULTURE IN SOUTH AFRICA, 122pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R150
  215. __________ QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH FINDINGS ON RAPE IN SOUTH AFRICA, 43pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R95
  216. ____________

  217. [Strachan (B.) comp.] SOUTH AFRICA'S SECOND DEMOCRATIC ELECTION 1999, an annotated bibliography, 239pp., paperback, Electoral Institute of South Africa, Johannesburg, 2001. R225
  218. [Thompson (L.) & Cornelissen (S.) HUMANITARIAN AID AND DEVELOPMENT AID IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, clash or continuum?, 149pp., paperback, Shool of Government, Centre for Southern African Studies Monograph Series No. 3, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, 2001. R90
  219. Transparency International (South Africa)

  220. __________ ANNUAL REPORT 2000, 21pp., 4to., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R95
  221. __________ DISCUSSION DOCUMENT, democratise public power for socio-economic justice, Civil Society Anti-Corruption Summit, 27 February - 1 March 2002, 24pp., 4to., paperback, Johannesburg, 2002. R50
  222. __________ ETHICS SURVEY-2001, ethics in practice, 16pp., 4to., paperback, Johannesburg, 2002. R50
  223. ____________

    United Nations

  224. __________ UN COMMON COUNTRY ASSESSMENT (CCA) OF SOUTH AFRICA, 98pp., 4to., map, spiralbound paperback, Johannesburg, 1999. R95
  225. __________ UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE FRAMEWORK 2002-2006, South Africa, 26pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Johannesburg, 2000. R95
  226. ____________

  227. University of Natal, Durban ANNUAL REPORT OF THE VICE-CHANCELLOR AND UNIVERSITY PRINCIPAL 2000, part 1: The Power to Succeed, part 2: Research and Creative Work, 32pp. + 340pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Durban, 2000. R150
  228. Water Research Commission

  229. Duncker (L.) STRATEGIES FOR EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION PROJECTS, 76pp., 4to., paperback, Report No. 817/1/99, Pretoria, 1999. R150
  230. Pybus (P.) et al THE LEVEL OF COMMUNICATION BETWEEN COMMUNITIES AND ENGINEERS IN THE PROVISION OF ENGINEERING SERVICE, 113pp., 4to., paperback, Report No. TT133/00, Pretoria, 2001. R150
  231. Schulze (R.) et al SOUTH AFRICAN ATLAS OF AGROHYDROLOGY AND CLIMATOLOGY, 276pp., 4to., maps, paperback, Report, TT82/96, ACR Report 46, 1997, Pretoria, 1997. R500
  232. ____________

  233. Williams (J.) PLANNING THE MULTI-CULTURAL CITY IN POST APARTHEID SOUTH AFRICA, an appraisal of "overcoming the Group Areas Act: social movements in Westville, South Africa, 32pp., paperback, Graduate Programme in Cultural and Media Studies, University of Natal, Occasional Paper Number Three, Durban, 1999. R50
  234. Workers International

  235. __________ WORKERS INTERNATIONAL NEWS, January - February 2002, 27pp., 4to., illus., stapled, Cape Town, 2002. R11
  236. __________ WORKERS INTERNATIONAL NEWS, September-October 2001, 28pp., 4to., illus., stapled, Cape Town, 2001. R10
  237. __________ WORKERS INTERNATIONAL NEWS, November/December 2001, 24pp., 4to., illus., stapled, Cape Town, 2001. R10
  238. ____________

  239. World Tourism Organisation & International Year of Ecotourism SEMINAR ON PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF ECOTOURISM IN AFRICA, regional preparatory meeting for International Year of Ecotourism, 2002 (Maputo, Mozambique, 5-6 March 2001), final report, 53pp., 4to., spiralbound paperback, Maputo, 2001. R95


  1. Alagiah (G.) A PASSAGE TO AFRICA, 286pp., illus., paperback, London, 2001. R138
  2. George Alagiah is the BBC African correspondent.

  3. Alexander (N.) EDUCATION AND THE STRUGGLE FOR NATIONAL LIBERATION IN SOUTH AFRICA, essays and speeches by Neville Alexander (1985-1989), 226pp., paperback, Reprint, New Jersey, (1990) 1992. R215
  4. [Alexander (P.) & Halpern (R.) eds.] RACIALIZING CLASS, CLASSIFYING RACE, labour and difference in Britain, the USA and Africa, 250pp., hardback, d.w., Basingstoke, 2000. R250
  5. Includes "'Did Not Come to Work on Monday': the East London Waterfront in Comparative Perspective, c.1930-63" by Gary Minkley.

  6. Ames (F.) MOTHERING IN AN APARTHEID SOCIETY, 111pp., paperback, Second edition, Cape Town, (2001) 2002. R125
  7. Ansell (G.) BASIC JOURNALISM, 253pp., illus., paperback, Mail & Gaurdian Journalism Guides, Johannesburg, 2002. R110
  8. A handbook for journalists, includes chapters by Mail & Gaurdian journalists Mungo Soggot, Evidence Ngobeni, John Matshikiza & Rehana Rossouw.

  9. [Appadurai (A.) ed] GLOBALIZATION, 344pp., illus., map, paperback, Durham, 2001. R395
  10. Includes "At the Edge of the World: Boundaries, Territoriality, and Sovereignity in Africa" by Achille Mbembe.

  11. Azumah (J.) THE LEGACY OF ARAB-ISLAM IN AFRICA, a quest for inter-religious dialogue, 264pp., paperback, Oxford, 2001. R395
  12. Bate (R.) & Tren (R.) THE COST OF FREE WATER, the global problem of water misallocation and the case of South Africa, 290pp., map, paperback, Johannesburg, 2002. R110
  13. [Bayoumi (M.) & Rubin (A.) eds.] THE EDWARD SAID READER, 472pp., paperback, London, 2001. R210
  14. Excerpts from Said's works from 1966-1999.

  15. Beckett (D.) JETLAG, SA Airways in the Andrews era, 240pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R138
  16. Beinart (W.) TWENTIETH-CENTURY SOUTH AFRICA, 414pp., maps, paperback, Second edition, Oxford, (1994) 2001. R208
  17. [Bekker (S.) et al eds.] SHIFTING AFRICAN IDENTITIES, 180pp., paperback, Volume II in the "Identity? Theory, Politics, History" Series, Pretoria, 2001. R110
  18. Papers from the 1998 conference in Cape Town. Contributors include Neville Alexander & Ali Mazrui.

  19. Bernal (M.) BLACK ATHENA WRITES BACK, Martin Bernal responds to his critics, 550pp., maps, paperback, Durham, 2001. R395
  20. [Bernstein (A.) & Weiner (M.) eds.] MIGRATION AND REFUGEE POLICIES, an overview, 300pp., paperback, London, 1999. R347
  21. Includes "A proposed policy framework for controlling cross-border migration to South Africa" by Ann Bernstein, Lawrence Schlemmer & Charles Simkins.

  22. Bizzell (J.) BLUEPRINTS IN BLACK AND WHITE, the built environment professions in South Africa - an outline history, 132pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Durban, 2002. R145
  23. Blum (W.) ROGUE STATE, a guide to the world's only superpower, 308pp., paperback, London, 2001. R129
  24. Includes a short chapter on "How the CIA sent Nelson Mandela to prison for 28 years".

  25. Bowen (M.) THE STATE AGAINST THE PEASANTRY, rural struggles in colonial and postcolonial Mozambique, 256pp., illus., map, paperback, Charlottesville, 2000. R450
  26. [Bradshaw (Y.) & Ndegwa (S.) eds.] THE UNCERTAIN PROMISE OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, 424pp., paperback, Bloomington, 2000. R299
  27. Contributors include Kenneth W. Grundy, Colin Legum & M. Anne Pitcher.

  28. Camay (P.) & Gordon (A.) THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN, a review of the 1999 South African election, 348pp., paperback, Johannesburg, (2001). R75
  29. Camp (S.) HISTORIC PIETERMARITZBURG, 154pp., illus., hardback, Durban, 2001. R75
  30. Carstens (P.) IN THE COMPANY OF DIAMONDS, De Beers, Kleinzee, and the control of a town, 257pp., illus., maps, paperback, Ohio, 2001. R295
  31. Cassiem (S.) & Streak (J.) BUDGETING FOR CHILD SOCIO-ECONOMIC RIGHTS, government obligations and the child's right to social security and education, 188pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R120
  32. [Chawla (L.) ed.] GROWING UP IN AN URBANISING WORLD, 254pp., illus., maps, paperback, London, 2002. R346
  33. Includes "Children in a South African Squatter Camp Gain and Lose a Voice" by Jill Swart-Kruger.

  34. Chomsky (N.) 9-11, 128pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R95
  35. A collection of interviews with Noam Chomsky during the first month following the attacks of September 11, 2001.

  36. Coetzee (J.) et al FALLEN WALLS, voices from the cells that held Mandela and Havel, 194pp., illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2002. R145
  37. Prison stories from Robben Island & Czechoslavakian prisons.

  38. Coetzer (J.) GISTER SE DADE VANDAG SE OORDEEL, 351pp., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R118
  39. [Crouch (M.) ed.] SPARKLING ACHIEVEMENTS, highlights of electrical engineering in South Africa, 169pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Pretoria, 2001. R285
  40. Cruz e Silva (T.) PROTESTANT CHURCHES AND THE FORMATION OF POLITICAL CONSCIOUSNESS IN SOUTHERN MOZAMBIQUE, (1930-1974), 210pp., maps, paperback, Basel, 2001. R195
  41. Currie (I.) & Klaaren (J.) THE PROMOTION OF ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACT COMMENTARY, 283pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R225
  42. de Jager (P.) DIE KORANNAFONTEINERS, stories oor Ottosdal en sy mense, 255pp., illus., maps, paperback, Ottosdal, 2001. R150
  43. Deegan (H.) THE POLITICS OF THE NEW SOUTH AFRICA, apartheid and after, 261pp., illus., maps, paperback, London, 2001. R195
  44. Denill (K.) et al ASPECTS OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE, community health care in Southern Africa, 207pp., paperback, Second edition, Cape Town, (1995) 2001. R120
  45. [Deprez (K.) et al eds.] MULTILINGUALISM, THE JUDICIARY AND SECURITY SERVICES, Belguim, Europe, South Africa, Southern Africa, 193pp., maps, paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R150
  46. Includes Neville Alexander "Why a multilingual policy for South Africa?" and Tertius Geldenhuys "Language policy of the South African Police Service".

  47. Dikeni (S.) SOUL FIRE, writing the transition, 277pp., paperback, Pietermaritzburg, 2002. R125
  48. [Dikeni (S.) et al eds.] SOUTH AFRICAN YEARBOOK 2001/02, 648pp., colour illus., folded map, paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R200
  49. Drew (A.) DISCORDANT COMRADES, identities and loyalties on the South African left, 309pp., hardback, d.w., Basingstoke, 2000. R1,150
  50. [English (R.) & Kenny (M.) eds.] RETHINKING BRITISH DECLINE, 315pp., paperback, Basingstoke, 2000. R295
  51. Etherington (N.) THE GREAT TREKS, the transformation of Southern Africa, 1815-1854, 366pp., maps, paperback, London, 2001. R240
  52. Fage (J.) & Tordoff (W.) A HISTORY OF AFRICA, 653pp., illus., maps, paperback, Fourth edition, London, (1978) 2002. R329
  53. Geyser (O.) JAN SMUTS, and his international contemporaries, 257pp., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R116
  54. Goodman (D.) FAULTLINES, journeys into the new South Africa, photographs by Paul Weinberg, 418pp., illus., paperback, Updated edition, (1999) 2001. R228
  55. Interviews with the Verwoerd family, Frank Chikane, Tim Modise, etc. about the South African political transformation. With a new afterword.

  56. [Gordon (A & D.) eds.] UNDERSTANDING CONTEMPORARY AFRICA, 476pp., illus., maps, paperback, Third edition, Boulder, (1992) 2001. R385
  57. The chapter on South Africa is written by Patrick J. Furlong.

  58. [Graham (P.) & Coetzee (A.) eds.] IN THE BALANCE?, debating the state of democracy in South Africa, 103pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R90
  59. Gray (C.) AFROCENTRIC THOUGHT AND PRAXIS, an intellectual history, 207pp., paperback, New Jersey, 2001. R310
  60. Guimarães (F.) THE ORIGINS OF THE ANGOLAN CIVIL WAR, foreign intervention and domestic political conflict, 250pp., map, paperback, Reprint, with new preface, London, (1998) 2001. R225
  61. [Hamilton (C.) et al eds.] BEYOND RACISM, race and inequality in Brazil, South Africa and the United States, 627pp., paperback, Colorado, 2001. R395
  62. Includes essays by Mamphela Ramphele, Melissa Steyn, Wilmot James, Francis Wilson, Neville Alexander, Alex Borraine, Mahmood Mamdani, Jeffrey Lever, etc.

  63. Hardt (M.) & Negri (A.) EMPIRE, 478pp., paperback, Massachusetts, 2000. R325
  64. Hart (M.) DIAMOND, the history of a cold- blooded love affair, 287pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., London, 2002. R170
  65. [Hayes (S.) ed.] WHO'S WHO OF SOUTHERN AFRICA 2002, 560pp., 4to., illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2001. R370
  66. [Heese (J.) comp.] SOUTH AFRICAN GENEALOGIES, volume 6, N, 481pp., 4to., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R345
  67. Text in English & Afrikaans.

  68. Hewitt (P.) KENYA COWBOY, a police officer's account of the Mau Mau emergency in Kenya, 359pp., illus., map, paperback, Reprint of UK edition, Johannesburg, (1999) 2001. R145
  69. [Houston (G.) ed.] PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE IN SOUTH AFRICA, 298pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R140
  70. Humour

  71. Fedler (D.) FOLLOW MY LEADERS, 140pp., oblong 4to., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R60
  72. Twenty years of political cartoons by Dov Fedler that have appeared in The Star.

  73. Sak (L.) HEITA JOJO, 140pp., oblong 4to., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R60
  74. Cartoons by Sak that have appeared in the Sowetan, Drum, The World & The Golden City Post.

  75. Schoeman (C.) & du Preez (F.) NOG MEER LOSSKRUMS EN LOOPDOPPE, staaltjies uit die rugbywêreld, tekeninge deur Fred Mouton, 151pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R60
  76. Trovato (B.) THE BEN TROVATO FILES, 200pp., 4to., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R95
  77. The South African Henry Root. Includes letters to and replies from Gerald Morkel, Hansie Cronje, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Eugene Terre'Blanche, Fikile Bam & Patrick Lekota.

  78. Zapiro THE ANC WENT IN 4 X 4, cartoons from Sowetan, Mail & Guardian and Sunday Times, 160pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R90
  79. ____________

  80. Jacobs (S.) et al REAL POLITICS, the wicked issues, 80pp., illus., paperback, Idasa, Cape Town, 2001. R80
  81. James (L.) THE ILLUSTRATED RISE AND FALL OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, 352pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Abridged edition, London, (1994) 1999. R470
  82. Jochelson (K.) THE COLOUR OF DISEASE, syphilis and racism in South Africa, 1880-1950, 248pp., hardback, d.w., New York, 2001. R730
  83. Journals

  84. __________ AGENDA, African Feminisms: one, 135pp., paperback, No. 50, Durban, 2001. R40
  85. Contributions by Amina Mama, Yvette Abrahams, Jane Bennett, Getrude Fester, etc.

  86. __________ FRAGMENTE, tydskrif vir filosofie en kultuurkritiek, nommer 5, 2000, 168pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R70
  87. [Barchiesi (F.) et al eds.] DEBATE, 6/7, voices from the South African left, October 2001, 80pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R40
  88. Includes "Genuine white lies in Zimbabwe" by Darlene Miller, "Racism Conference a victory for EU" by Ben Cashdan & Dennis Brutus, "Jambanja - fast-track land reform" by Darlene Miller.

  89. [Barlet (O.) ed.] AFRICULTURES, musique, cinéma, littérature, théâtre, danse, arts plastiques, photo, une nouvelle Afrique du Sud?, 127pp., illus., paperback, No. 40, Paris, 2001. R145
  90. Includes interviews with Zakes Mda, Alf Kumalo & Stephen Hobbs.

  91. [Omotoso (K.) ed.] NEW AGENDA, South African journal of social and economic policy, 197pp., paperback, Issue 5, First Quarter 2002, Institute for African Alternatives (IFAA), Cape Town, 2002. R30
  92. Includes Njabulo Ndebele: "Values, Education & Democracy in the 21st century" & Ben Turok: "Why NNP(New National Party) MP's Joined The ANC (interview)".

  93. __________ NEW AGENDA, South African journal of social and economic policy, 151pp., paperback, Issue 6, Second Quarter 2002, Institute for African Alternatives (IFAA), Cape Town, 2002. R20
  94. ____________

  95. [Kamps (I.) & Singh (J.) eds.] TRAVEL KNOWLEDGE, European "discoveries" in the early modern period, 274pp., illus., paperback, New York, 2001. R250
  96. Kapuscinski, (R.) THE SHADOW OF THE SUN, my African life, 325pp., paperback, Reprint, London, (2001) 2002. R125
  97. Keyser (H.) TOURISM DEVELOPMENT, 429pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R240
  98. [Khosa (M.) ed.] EMPOWERMENT THROUGH ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION, 461pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R185
  99. Kilby (S.) NO CROSS MARKS THE SPOT, 293pp., illus., maps, paperback, Essex, 2001. R280
  100. Stella Kilby investigates the death of 8 missionaries in 1860 in the Linyanti marches of Northern Botswana and retraces their journey in 1999. Also available in hardback @ R520.

  101. Kirk-Greene (A.) BRITAIN'S IMPERIAL ADMINISTRATORS, 1858-1966, 347pp., map, hardback, Basingstoke, 2000. R975
  102. [Klandermans (B.) et al eds.] THE STATE OF THE PEOPLE, citizens, civil society and governance in South Africa, 1994-2000, 258pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R130
  103. Koyana (D.) THE INFLUENCE OF THE TRANSKEI PENAL CODE ON SOUTH AFRICAN CRIMINAL LAW, 273pp., paperback, Alice, 1992. R156
  104. Lester (A.) IMPERIAL NETWORKS, creating identities in nineteenth-century South Africa and Britain, 257pp., maps, paperback, London, 2001. R310
  105. Levine (E.) CHWEIDAN, the incredible true story of the biggest ever swindler in South Africa, 192pp., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R160
  106. Logie (B.) TRAVELLER'S JOY, a journey into the eastern Karoo, 211pp., illus., paperback, Port Elizabeth, 1999. R120
  107. [Lovejoy (P.) ed.] IDENTITY IN THE SHADOW OF SLAVERY, 244pp., illus., map, paperback, London & New York, 2000. R371
  108. Includes "Identifying Enslaved Africans in the African Diaspora" by Paul E. Lovejoy & "Portraits of African Royalty in Brazil" by Alberto da Costa e Silva.

  109. Lunderstedt (S.) KIMBERLEY MURDERS MOST FOUL, true tales of murder between 1870 to 1950 from the diamond capital of the world, 124pp., illus., map, paperback, Kimberley, 2001. R105
  110. [Macfarlane (D.) ed.] MAIL & GUARDIAN BEDSIDE BOOK 2001, 175pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R90
  111. Includes pieces by John Matshikiza, Tom Lodge, David Beresford, Njabulo Ndebele, Antjie Krog, Robert Kirby, Rhoda Kadalie.

  112. MacQueen (N.) THE DECOLONIZATION OF PORTUGUESE AFRICA, metropolitan revolution and the dissolution of empire, 266pp., maps, paperback, Essex, 1997. R150
  113. Máille (P.) LIVING DANGEROUSLY, a memoir of political change in Malawi, 189pp., paperback, Blantyre, 2000. R95
  114. [Makinta (V.) & Schwabe (C.) eds.] DEVELOPMENT FUNDING IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1998-1999, 143pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R125
  115. [Malherbe (J.) et al eds.] WOMEN, SOCIETY AND CONSTRAINTS, a collection of contemporary South African gender studies, 257pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R90
  116. Mannix (D.) & Cowley (M.) BLACK CARGOES, a history of the Atlantic slave trade, 1518-1865, 306pp., maps, paperback, Reprint, London, 1962 (2002). R100
  117. Mathebe (L.) BOUND BY TRADITION, the world of Thabo Mbeki, 225pp., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R90
  118. [Mavuso (V.) & Balia (D.) eds.] FIGHTING CORRUPTION, invitation to ethics management, 259pp., paperback, Pretoria, 1999. R96
  119. Mbeki (T.) MAHUBE, the dawning of the dawn, speeches, lectures & tributes, 204pp., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R150
  120. [McDonald (D.) ed.] ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IN SOUTH AFRICA, 341pp., paperback, Cape Town & Ohio, 2002. R140
  121. [McGowan (P.) & Nel (P.) eds.] POWER, WEALTH AND GLOBAL EQUITY, an international relations textbook for Africa, 388pp., 4to., paperback, Second edition, Cape Town, (1999) 2002. R235
  122. McGregor (R.) MCGREGOR'S WHO MADE SOUTH AFRICA, vol. 1: The Jewish & German contributions, 158pp., paperback, Corrected edition, Johannesburg, (2000) 2001. R90
  123. McKoy (S.) WHEN WHITES RIOT, writing race and violence in American and South African cultures, 170pp., illus., paperback, Wisconsin, 2001. R225
  124. Mills (G.) et al SOUTH AFRICAN YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS 2001/02, 549pp., paperback, South African Institute of International Affairs, Johannesburg, 2001. R170
  125. Mkhabela (S.) OPEN EARTH AND BLACK ROSES, remembering 16 June 1976, 130pp., illus., map, paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R120
  126. Morris (A.) & Bouillon (A.) AFRICAN IMMIGRATION TO SOUTH AFRICA, francophone migration of the 1990s, 177pp., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R100
  127. Motala (Z.) & Ramaphosa (C.) CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, analysis and cases, 438pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R300
  128. [Muthien (Y.) et al eds.] DEMOCRACY AND GOVERNANCE REVIEW, Mandela's legacy 1994-1999, 382pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R190
  129. National Economic Council VISION 2020, the national long-term development perspective for Malawi, a summary, 103pp., colour illus., paperback, Reprint, Lilongwe, Malawi, (1998) 2000. R110
  130. [Nel (E.) & Hill (T.) eds.] AN EVALUATION OF COMMUNITY-DRIVEN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, land tenure and sustainable environmental development in the Kat River Valley, 233pp., 4to., illus., maps, paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R130
  131. Neuland (E.) et al 11 SEPTEMBER 2001, strategic implications of the World Trade Centre attack, 102pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2002. R76
  132. Nicol (M.) THE MAKING OF THE CONSTITUTION, the story of South Africa's Constitutional Assembly, May 1994 to December 1996, 80pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 1997. R55
  133. [Odhiambo (E.) ed.] AFRICAN HISTORIANS AND AFRICAN VOICES, essays presented to Professor Bethwell Allan Ogot, 166pp., paperback, Basel, 2001. R275
  134. Includes essays by Luise White & Christopher Ehret.

  135. Oosthuizen (L.) MEDIA ETHICS IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN CONTEXT, an introduction and overview, 204pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R149
  136. [Oostindie (G.) ed.] FIFTY YEARS LATER, antislavery, capitalism and modernity in the Dutch orbit, 269pp., map, paperback, Pittsburg, 1996. R275
  137. Includes Robert Ross "Abolitionism, the Batavian Republic, the British, and the Cape Colony". Papers from the conference held at the KITLV/Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology in Leiden October 1993.

  138. Page (O.) et al CRIME AND CRIME PREVENTION ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT, 327pp., 4to., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R320
  139. Pakenham (T.) THE SCRAMBLE FOR AFRICA, 1876-1912, 738pp., illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Reprint, Johannesburg, (1991) 2001. R250
  140. Parekh (B.) GANDHI, a very short introduction, 140pp., paperback, Reprint, Oxford, (1997) 2001. R126
  141. [Parnell (S.) et al eds.] DEMOCRATISING LOCAL GOVERNMENT, the South African Experiment, 338pp., illus., map, paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R120
  142. Parsons (R.) PARSONS' PERSPECTIVE, focus on the economy, 167pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2002. R120
  143. [Poku (N.) ed.] SECURITY AND DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, 164pp., hardback, Connecticut, 2001. R695
  144. Includes "Emancipating the Dead? Changing Notions of Human Security in Southern Africa" by Anthony Leysens and Lisa Thompson, "Why Democracy is not Enough: Southern Africa and Human Security" by Larrry A. Swatuk and Peter Vale.

  145. Portnet LIGHTHOUSES OF SOUTH AFRICA, 47pp., 4to., colour illus., map, paperback, Cape Town, (c.2000). R75
  146. Prinsloo (P.) RAS, VOLK EN KLEUR IN SUID- AFRIKA, 'n beknopte perspektief op die historiese oorsprong, gebeurtenisse en verhoudings tussen mense van verskillende (as gestalte van rasse, volke en kulture) in Suid Afrika oor die afgelope duisend jaar - die huidige rassestryd, 99pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R45
  147. Raath (A.) VESTING IN DIE TRANSGARIEP, die vroeë geskiedenis en historiese geboue van Philippolis, 196pp., illus., paperback, Philippolis, 1997. R95
  148. Reed (D.) ECONOMIC CHANGE, GOVERNANCE AND NATURAL RESOURCE WEALTH, the political economy of change in Southern Africa, 168pp., maps, paperback, London, 2001. R291
  149. [Reij (C.) & Waters-Bayer (A.) eds.] FARMER INNOVATION IN AFRICA, a source of inspiration for agricultural dvelopment, 362pp., illus., maps, paperback, London, 2001. R305
  150. Rice (B.) THE ROYAL NAVY IN SOUTH AFRICA 1900-2000, 128pp., oblong 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Cornwall, 2001. R395
  151. Ritchie (J.) SUCCESSFUL FUNDRAISING EVENTS, a guide to selecting, planning and organising lucrative events for non-profit organisations in Southern Africa, 369pp., 4to., paperback + 2 computer disks, Cape Town, 2002. R140
  152. Robinson (H.) WYNBERG, a special place, 166pp., 4to., illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2001. R180
  153. Robison (J.) UNSUITABLE FOR LADIES, an anthology of women travellers, 471pp., paperback, Revised edition, Oxford, (1994) 2001. R175
  154. Roux (A.) EVERYONE'S GUIDE TO THE SOUTH AFRICAN ECONOMY, 180pp., paperback, Revised 7th edition, Cape Town, (1990) 2002. R100
  155. [Rwomire (A.) ed.] AFRICAN WOMEN AND CHILDREN, crisis and response, 267pp., hardback, Connecticut, 2001. R695
  156. Includes the "Prostitution, Patriarchy, and Marriage: A Zimbabwean Case Study" by Ishmael Magaisa" & "The Impact of Parental Separation and Divorce on Children: A Southern African Perspective" by Tapologo Maundeni.

  157. [Sangweni (S.) & Balia (D.) eds.] FIGHTING CORRUPTION, towards a national integrity strategy, incorporating the report of the proceedings of the National Anti- Corruption Summit held on 14-15 April 1999 in Parliament, Cape Town, 212pp., paperback, Reprint, Pretoria, (1999) 2001. R72
  158. Schapera (A.) GOLDEN DAYS IN NAMAQUALAND, 218pp., 4to., paperback, Springbok, 2001. R70
  159. Serote (M.) HYENAS, 211pp., paperback, Reprint, Pretoria, (2000) 2001. R60
  160. Shutte (A.) UBUNTU, an ethic for a new South Africa, 228pp., paperback, Pietermaritzburg, 2001. R95
  161. [Sparg (M.) et al eds.] COMRADE JACK, the political lectures and diary of Jack Simons, Novo Catengue, 245pp., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R160
  162. Novo Catengue in Angola was the military training academy for recruits of Umkhonto weSizwe, the armed wing of the ANC (African National Congress). Jack Simons lectured there in the late 1970s.

  163. Springhall (J.) DECOLONISATION SINCE 1945, the collapse of European overseas empires, 240pp., maps, paperback, Basingstoke, 2001. R275
  164. Stapleton (T.) FAKU, rulership and colonialism in the Mpondo kingdom, (c. 1780-1867), 198pp., maps, hardback, d.w., Ontario, 2001. R550
  165. Storrar (P.) PLETTENBERG BAY AND THE PARADISE COAST, 288pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 2001. R485
  166. Sunstein (C.) DESIGNING DEMOCRACY, what constitutions do, 280pp., hardback, d.w., Oxford, 2001. R602
  167. Includes the chapter "Social and Economic Rights? Lessons from South Africa,".

  168. [Terreblanche (Y.) ed.] PRODDER, the South African development directory, 2001, 348pp., 4to., maps, hardback, Pretoria, 2000. R250
  169. Tyson (H.) et al SA 2002-3, South Africa at a glance, history, politics, economy, trade, tourism, statistics, 199pp., colour illus., map, paperback, Johannesburg, 2002. R50
  170. Umlilo (T.) LITTLE GIRL, ARISE!, new life after incest and abuse, 174pp., illus., paperback, Pietermaritzburg, 2002. R50
  171. van Onselen (C.) NEW BABYLON, NEW NINEVEH, everyday life on the Witwatersrand 1886-19914, 487pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, (1982) 2001. R270
  172. Originally published in two volumes: "Studies in the Social and Economic History of the Witwatersrand 1886-1914: Vol. 1 New Babylon, Vol. 2 New Nineveh".

  173. van Waart (S.) MOSSELBAAI, seepoort van die tuinroete, 279pp., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2002. R80
  174. Venter (L.) IN THE SHADOW OF THE RAINBOW, 214pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R165
  175. [Villa-Vicencio (C.) & Savage (T.) eds.] RWANDA AND SOUTH AFRICA IN DIALOGUE, addressing the legacies of genocide and a crime against humanity, 155pp., illus., map, paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R90
  176. Visser (C.) & Erasmus (P.) THE MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC FINANCE, a practical guide, 376pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R220
  177. Walker (M.) ST. JAMES, a century by the sea, 1850-1950, 142pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R180
  178. Ware (V.) & Back (L.) OUT OF WHITENESS, color, politics and culture, 326pp., illus., paperback, Chicago, 2002. R375
  179. Watson (V.) CHANGE AND CONTINUITY IN SPATIAL PLANNING, metropolitan planning in Cape Town under political transition, 177pp., illus., maps, paperback, London, 2002. R297
  180. Webb (J.) THE ZANZI BAR, Africa through the lens, 126pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R150
  181. Memoirs of reporting in Africa by John Webb and photojournalists Mark Peters, Debbie Yazbek, Victor Dhlamini, Guju Radebe, etc..

  182. [White (L.) et al eds.] AFRICAN WORDS, AFRICAN VOICES, critical practices in oral history, 322pp., paperback, Bloomington, 2001. R275
  183. Papers from two conferences in 1997. Includes David William Cohen: "In a Nation of White Cars… One White Car, or "A White Car," Becomes a Truth" and Isabel Hofmeyr: "John Bunyan, His Chair, and a Few Other Relics: Orality, Literary, and the Limits of Area Studies".

  184. Williams (M.) MAKING VOLUNTEERING WORK, an essential guide to managing volunteers in non-profit organisations in southern Africa, 159pp., paperback + computer disk, Cape Town, 2001. R100
  185. Wilson (D.) FROM TRIBULATION TO TRIUMPH, Merge memories 1976-1989, 191pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R125
  186. The Mowbray Inter-Race Group (later Merge) started in 1976.

  187. [Wilson (F.) et al eds.] POVERTY REDUCTION, what role for the state in today's globalized economy?, 372pp., paperback, New York, Cape Town & London, 2001. R142
  188. Includes "Meeting the Challenge? The Emerging Agenda for Poverty Reduction in Post-apartheid South Africa" by Julian May, "The South African Women's Budget Initiative: What Does It Tell Us about Poverty Alleviation" by Debbie Budlender.

  189. Wiwa (K.) IN THE SHADOW OF A SAINT, 311pp., paperback, Reprint, London, (2000) 2001. R130
  190. Wrong (M.) IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF MR KURTZ, living on the brink of disaster in the Congo, 324pp., illus., map, paperback, Reprint, London, (2000) 2001. R115
  191. Wylie (D.) STARVING ON A FULL STOMACH, hunger and the triumph of cultural racism in modern South Africa, 319pp., illus., paperback, Charlottesville, 2001. R295


  1. Anderson (A.) AFRICAN REFORMATION, African initiated Christianity in the 20th century, 282pp., paperback, New Jersey, 2001. R350
  2. __________ ZION AND PENTECOST, the spirituality and experience of Pentecostal and Zionist/Apostolic churches in South Africa, 328pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2000. R120
  3. [Bone (D.) ed.] MALAWI'S MUSLIMS, historical perspectives, 220pp., paperback, Blantyre, 2000. R95
  4. Centre for Contemporary Islam, University of Cape Town ANNUAL REVIEW OF ISLAM IN SOUTH AFRICA, 72pp., 4to., paperback, Issue No. 4, Cape Town, 2001. R50
  5. Daneel (M.) AFRICAN EARTHKEEPERS, volume 2: environmental mission and liberation in Christian perspective, 411pp., b/w & colour illus., map, paperback, Pretoria, 1999. R135
  6. Journal for the Study of Religion, Department of Religious Studies, University of Cape Town

  7. [Gitay (Y.) ed.] RELIGION, rhetoric and politics, 129pp., paperback, Volume 14, No. 1, Cape Town, 2001. R65
  8. [Reisenberger (A.) ed.] TRANSITION AND TRANSFORMATION IN SOUTH AFRICA, aspects of women's spirituality, 131pp., paperback, Volume 14, No. 2, Cape Town, 2001. R65
  9. [Tayob (A.) et al eds.] AFRICAN RELIGIONS, 137pp., paperback, Volume 12, No. 1 & 2, Cape Town, 1999. R65
  10. __________ RELIGION AND POLITICS IN SOUTH AFRICA, 221pp., paperback, Volume 11, No. 2, Cape Town, 1999. R65
  11. [Tobler (J.) ed.] SACRED SPACE IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, 141pp., paperback, Volume 13, No. 1 & 2, Cape Town, 2000. R65
  12. ____________

  13. [Khabela (M.) & Mzoneli (Z.) eds.] PERSPECTIVES ON UBUNTU, a tribute to FEDSEM, papers submitted at the Theological Colloquium at the Federal Theological Seminary in Pietermaritzburg, on the occasion of its 30th anniversary, August 1993, 189pp., paperback, Alice, 1998. R95
  14. Manxaile (A.) ABORTION: A HUMAN RIGHT?, an African theological perspective, 354pp., paperback, Alice, 2000. R105
  15. Mijoga (H.) SEPARATE BUT SAME GOSPEL, preaching in Africa Instituted Churches in southern Malawi, 208pp., paperback, Blantyre, 2000. R95
  16. Ngada (N.) & Mofokeng (K.) AFRICAN CHRISTIAN WITNESS, the movement of the spirit in African indigenous churches, 60pp., illus., paperback, Pietermaritzburg, 2001. R36
  17. [Njoroge (N.) & Dube (M.) eds.] TALITHA CUM!, theologies of African women, 264pp., paperback, Pietermaritzburg, 2001. R60
  18. Pieterse (H.) PREACHING IN A CONTEXT OF POVERTY, translated by Marcelle Manley, 127pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R60
  19. Sugirtharajah (R.) THE BIBLE AND THE THIRD WORLD, precolonial, colonial and postcolonial encounters, 306pp., paperback, Cambridge, 2001. R260
  20. Wendland (E.) PREACHING THAT GRABS THE HEART, a rhetorical-stylistic study of the Chichewa Revival Sermons of Shadrack Wame, 308pp., paperback, Blantyre, 2000. R95


  1. Hango-Rammukainen (B.) OUHOKOLOLO WOPAMUFYUULULWAKALO WOSHIWAMBO MOSHIKWANYAMA, (Oshiwambo folk tales told in Oshikwanyama), 23pp., illus., paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R50
  2. Jordan (A.C.) INGQUMBO YEMINYANA, 242pp., paperback, Reprint, Alice, (1940) 1980. R45
  3. Text in Xhosa.

  4. __________ KWEZO MPINDO ZETSITSA, 118pp., paperback, Alice, no date. R45
  5. Text in Xhosa.

  6. Namueya (G.) & Haihambo (L.) ONGELEKA YA-ANGELIKANA MOWAMBO, ondjokonona ixupi, 1924-1999, 52pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Ohangwena, 1999. R95
  7. A history of the Anglican church in Ovamboland from 1924 to 1999. Text in Oshindonga.

  8. Shikongo (J.) UUHOKOLOLO WOPAMUTHIGULULWAKALO WOSHIWAMBO MOSHINDONGA, (Oshiwambo folktales told in Oshindonga), 26pp., illus., paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R50
  9. Soga (T.) INTLALO KAXHOSA, 231pp., paperback, Reprint, Alice, (1937) 1989. R50
  10. Text in Xhosa.



  1. [Bright (D.) et al LET'S GO SOUTH AFRICA 2002, with coverage of Southern Africa, 625pp., maps, paperback, London, 2002. R189
  2. Coetzee (M.) AASRESEPTE EN WENKE VIR VARSWATER OEWERHENGEL, 99pp., illus., paperback, Bethlehem, 2000. R65
  3. [Colquhoun (A.) ed.] SA RUGBY ANNUAL 2002, 480pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, 31st edition, Cape Town, 2002. R90
  4. [Cowley (C.) ed.] CLIVE COWLEY'S JOURNEY INTO NAMIBIA, 82pp., colour illus., maps, paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R95
  5. Fox (J.) WITH BOTH HANDS WAVING, a journey through Mozambique, 208pp., illus., map, paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R95
  6. Fraser (S.) SOUTH AFRICA, the world in one country, 148pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2001. R225
  7. Haw (S) et al REDISCOVERING SOUTHERN AFRICA, a wayward guide, 280pp., 4to., colour ilus., map, paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R190
  8. Based on the Sunday Times series of a nine month journey through South Africa keeping to secondary and dirt roads.

  9. Hilton-Barber (B.) WEEKENDS WITH SOUL, short South African getaways, 16opp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R90
  10. Kloppers (G.) & Fourie (L.) NAMIBIË KATROLSINGVERHALE EN HENGELGIDS, 182pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R80
  11. [Kramer (P.) ed.] THE ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO PLACES TO VISIT IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, 480pp., 4to., colour illus., maps, hardback, Second edition, Cape Town, (1995) 2001. R300
  12. Lazar (C.) TIPS FOR TRIPS, 100pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R80
  13. Lonely Planet Travel Guides

  14. Chinula (T.) & Talbot (V.) ZIMBABWE, 375pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, 4th edition, Victoria, (1992) 2002. R250
  15. Else (D.) ZAMBIA, 248pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Victoria, 2002. R230
  16. Greenway (P.) BOTSWANA, 256pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Victoria, 2001. R179
  17. Hunter (L.) et al WATCHING WILDLIFE, Southern Africa, 347pp., colour illus., maps, paperback, Victoria, 2002. R213
  18. Richmond (S.) & Murray (J.) CAPE TOWN, 224pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, 3rd edition, Victoria, (1996) 2002. R147
  19. Richmond (S.) et al SOUTH AFRICA, LESOTHO & SWAZILAND, 688pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, 5th edition, Victoria, (1993) 2002. R245
  20. "Clarke's Bookshop has an unsurpassed range of books on South Africa and the continent, and a great second-hand and antiquarian section" page 132.

  21. Swaney (D.) NAMIBIA, 329pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Victoria, 2002. R199
  22. ____________

  23. Lundy (M.) EASY WALKS IN THE CAPE PENINSULA, 189pp., maps, paperback, Fourth edtion, Cape Town, (1997) 2002. R70
  24. Maps

  25. __________ BOTSWANA, includes Chobe, Francistown, Gaborone, Kutse, Makgadikgadi and Nxai Pan Park, Maun, Moremi and Okavango Delta, colour illus., folded 74 x 70cm, scale 1:1,750,000, London & Cape Town, 2001. R50
  26. __________ CAPE TOWN, fleximap plus travel information, colour illus., laminated, folded, 56 x 43cm, scale 1:17000, Fürstenfeldbruck, 2001. R95
  27. __________ MOZAMBIQUE, includes Bazaruto Island, Beira, Inhambane, Lichinga, Maputo, Nampula, Quelimane, Tete, Xai-Xai and Zambezi Delta, illus., folded, 99 x 71cm, scale 1: 2,300,000, London & Cape Town, 2000. R50
  28. __________ NEW RSA ATLAS, 75pp., 4to., colour illus., maps, paperback, Reprint, Cape Town, (1970) 2002. R62
  29. For students from grade 4-7.

  30. Coetsee (H.) THE SHELL MAP OF KAOKOLAND, Kunene region, Namibia, colour illus., folded, 58 x 48cm, Windhoek, 2001. R40
  31. __________ TOURIST MAP OF THE CAPRIVI REGION, colour illus., folded, 82 x 59cm, Windhoek, 2001. R40
  32. Hall (J.) THE LARGER TOURING ATLAS OF SOUTH AFRICA, and Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, Zimbabwe, 80pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R119
  33. Olivier (W. & S.) NAMIBIA, Globetrotter travel atlas, 48pp., 4to., colour illus., maps, paperback, Reprint, Cape Town & London, (1994) 2002. R80
  34. Slingsby (P.) & Coombe (E.) CEDERBERG, the map, illus., folded 60 x 42cm, scale 1:200,000, Cape Town, 2002. R36
  35. [Winter (K.) comp.] OXFORD INTERMEDIATE ATLAS FOR SOUTHERN AFRICA, 63pp., 4to., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R70
  36. Recommended for grades 4-7.

  37. [Winter (K.) et al comp.] OXFORD SENIOR ATLAS FOR SOUTHERN AFRICA, 96pp., 4to., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R82
  38. Recommended for grades 7-12.

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  39. [Newbould (S.) ed.] THE TOURISM BLUEPRINT REFERENCE GUIDE TO THE NINE PROVINCES OF SOUTH AFRICA, 312pp., colour illus., maps, paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R150
  40. Noakes (T.) LORE OF RUNNING, 1277pp., illus., hardback, Fourth edition, Cape Town, (1985) 2001. R400
  41. Olivier (W. & S.) TOURING IN SOUTH AFRICA, 176pp., 4to., colour illus., maps, paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R150
  42. Pike (S.) SURFING IN SOUTH AFRICA, 176pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R120
  43. Pretorius (A.) SUKSES MET SWARTBAARS, die volledige gids vir die baars- en kunsaashengelaar, 192pp., colour illus., paperback, Reprint, Pretoria, (1996) 1999. R70
  44. [Roberts (C.) ed.] SOUTH AFRICAN SPORTS ACTION, no. 15, 31pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R20
  45. __________ SOUTH AFRICAN SPORTS ACTION, no. 16, 30pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R20
  46. Rust (L.) THE LEDGE, Table Mountain, the definitive guide to rock climbing on Africa Ledge, Fountain Ledge and Lower Buttresses, 107pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R110
  47. Santcross (N.) et al NAMIBIA HANDBOOK, the travel guide, 389pp., colour illus., maps, paperback, Third edition, London, 2001. R255
  48. [Schoeman (C.) ed.] WHO'S WHO OF SOUTH AFRICAN RUGBY, 2002, 256pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R70
  49. Simmons (B.) "IN FITZPATRICK'S FOOTSTEPS", through the present White River district, 20pp., illus., maps, paperback, White River, 2000. R40
  50. Retraces Jock of the Bushveld's journey through the White River district.

  51. Spicer (S.) & Nepgen (J.) THE SOUTH AFRICAN PET-FRIENDLY DIRECTORY, 98pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R80
  52. Stevens (U.) CAPE TOWN ON FOOT, a walk through town and history, 136pp., illus., map, paperback, Revised edition, Cape Town, (1997) 2001. R60
  53. Swift (P.) & Szymanowski (J.) THE SPORTING HORSE IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, 128pp., oblong 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2001. R215
  54. Tainton (N.) & Klug (J.) THE CRICKET PITCH AND ITS OUTFIELD, 175pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Pietermaritzburg, 2002. R145
  55. Taylor A.) text & Pickford (P. & B.) photo. THE LONGEST CAST, the fly-fishing journey of a lifetime, 223pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town & London, 2001. R500
  56. Fly-fishing around the world including Botswana & South Africa.

  57. Thompson (G.) THE GUIDE'S GUIDE TO GUIDING, 228pp., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R160
  58. van der Valk (R.) NICK & I, an adventure in rugby, 224pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R100
  59. Wine & Food

  60. [du Plessis (C.) ed.] SA WINE INDUSTRY DIRECTORY 2002, facts, figures, regulations, maps, contact details, producers, suppliers, 374pp., colour illus., maps, hardback, Fourth edition, Cape Town, 2001. R130
  61. Hands (P.) & Hughes (D.) NEW WORLD OF WINE FROM THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, the definitive guide to the South African wine industry, 176pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2001. R295
  62. Jacobson (S.) FIELDS OF FLAVOUR, 128pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R120
  63. Recipes from Fields the health food restaurant in Cape Town.

  64. Platter (J.) SOUTH AFRICAN WINES 2002, the guide to cellars, vineyards, winemakers, restaurants and accommodation, 508pp., colour illus., maps, hardback, Cape Town, 2001. R80
  65. Telian (J.) THE SAVOY CABBAGE COOKBOOK, 111pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R170
  66. Recipes from the Savoy Cabbage Restaurant in Cape Town.

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  1. Aphane (M.) et al MULTIPLE JEOPARDY, domestic violence and women's search for justice in Swaziland, 201pp., paperback, Women and Law in Southern Africa Research and Educational Trust, Mbabane, 2001. R150
  2. Gosnell (P.) BIG BEND, a history of the Swaziland bushveld, 332pp., illus., maps, paperback, 2001. R295
  3. Shark (P.) SWAZILAND, shared secrets, 146pp., oblong 4to., b/w & colour illus., maps, harrdback, Mbabane, (c.2000). R600
  4. Text in English & French.

  5. United Nations Development Programme & Swaziland Human Development Forum SWAZILAND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT REPORT 2000, economic growth with equity, 121pp., 4to., map, paperback, Mbabane, 2001. R125


  1. Bell (T.) & Ntsebeza (D.) UNFINISHED BUSINESS, South Africa, apartheid & truth, 314pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R110
  2. Edelstein (J.) photo. & text TRUTH & LIES, stories from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa, with a introduction by Michael Ignatieff and an essay by Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela, 227pp., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R220
  3. Graybill (L.) TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION IN SOUTH AFRICA, miracle or model?, 229pp., paperback, Colorado, 2002. R300
  4. [Levine (L.) ed.] FAITH IN TURMOIL, the seven days war, 140pp., illus., maps, paperback, Pitermaritzburg, 1999. R55
  5. The war was fought in the greater Edendale Valley, near Pietermaritzburg, from 25-31 March 1990. This is a collection of memories by the survivors.

  6. [Rotberg (R.) & Thompson (D.) eds.] TRUTH V. JUSTICE, the morality of truth commissions, 309pp., hardback, New Jersey, 2000. R696
  7. Includes chapters by André du Toit, Alex Boraine, Dumisa B. Ntsebeza, Charles Villa-Vicencio and Wilhelm Verwoerd.



  1. Botsotso Jesters PURPLE LIGHT MIRROR IN THE MUD, Johannesburg, 2001. R90
  2. The poetry of Siphiwe Ka Ngwenya, Ike Mboneni Muila, Lionel Murcott, Anna Varney, Allan Kolski Horwitz and Isabella Motadinyane. Music composed and recorded by James de Villiers.

  3. Breytenbach (B.) LADY ONE, CD + text 29pp., Cape Town, 2002. R130
  4. The poems from "Lady One" put to music composed by Jean Marais and vocals by Breyten Breytenbach.

  5. Jonker (I.) KORRELTJIE NIKS IS MY DOOD, een verdicht leven, Ingrid Jonker 1933-1965, Amsterdam, 2001. R125
  6. Ingrid Jonker's poems read by her daughter Simone Venter, André Brink, Antjie Krog, etc. and a poem written in her honour & read by Breyten Breytenbach. Soundtrack from the documentary made by Saskin van Schaik.

  7. Mandela (N.) THE VOICE OF NELSON MANDELA, extracts from famous speeches, original recordings, Johannesburg, 1999. R100
  8. Includes extracts from Mandela's Rivonia Trial speech, his first speech in Cape Town on his release in 1990, his Nobel Peace Prize speech, his inauguration address and his President's farewell speech.

  9. Mhlope (G.) THE NOZINCWADI, mother of books, reading road show, read and grow with Nozincwadi, 35 minutes, Pretoria, 2001. R60
  10. Songs, poems & a story by Gcina Mhlope.

  11. Timothy et al A NAARTJIE IN OUR SOSATIE, Johannesburg, (c.1999). R75
  12. Part of the Cutting Grooves Exhibition at Rhodes University on the censorship of music under apartheid. Ten tracks by musicians including Roger Lucey & Sankomoto whose music was banned in the 1980s.

  13. van Wyk (J.) MY NAME IS ANGEL BUT I'M NOT FROM HEAVEN IN ANY WAY, Durban, 2001. R150
  14. Johan van Wyk reads his short stories.

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    CD ROM

  15. __________ PHAROS SPELLER, speltoetser en woordafbreker vir Afrikaans, CD-ROM, Cape Town, 2001. R249
  16. Hambidge (J.) SEWE SONJAS, en wat hulle gedoen het, CD-ROM, Cape Town, 2001. R65
  17. Hugo (D.) VERSALBUM, Daniel Hugo, CD- ROM, Cape Town, 2001. R145
  18. Text and audio of poetry & lectures on poetry with biographical information on & photos of Daniel Hugo.

  19. Marais (E.) THE SOUL OF THE WHITE ANT & THE SOUL OF THE APE, CD-ROM, Cape Town, 2001. R110
  20. Complete text of both books.

  21. Pama (C.) DIE GROOT AFRIKAANSE FAMILIENAAMBOEK & BRITISH FAMILIES IN SOUTH AFRICA, CD- ROM, Cape Town, 2001. R210
  22. Stiebel (L.) et al THOMAS BAINES AND THE 'GREAT MAP', route of the Gold Fields Exploration Company's expedition, 1869-1872, CD-ROM, Durban R320
  23. Lindy Stiebel and Jane Carruthers with cartographer Vivian Forbes analyse Baines's maps of his journey north. Introduced by Norman Etherington.

  24. War Museum of the Boer Republics PHOTO ALBUM OF THE ANGLO-BOER WAR, CD-ROM, Pretoria, 1999. R100
  25. Images of Boer & British personalities & battles.

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    VIDEOS (Some of these videos are available on NTSC, the version used in the United States. Please enquire when ordering)

  26. [Botelle (A.) dir.] THE POWER STONE, a history of the Kwanyama kingdom, 53 minutes, VHS, PAL, Windhoek, 1999. R195
  27. [Cort (S.) dir.] PLEASE RISE, 52 minutes, VHS, PAL, Johannesburg, 2000. R195
  28. A documentary on "Die Stem" and "Nkosi Sikelele" with interviews with the descendants of C.J. Langenhoven and Enoch Sontonga.

  29. [Desai (R.) dir.] CARLOS CARDOSA, independent spirit, 33 minutes, VHS, PAL, Johannesburg, 2001. R135
  30. Carlos Cardosa, a radical journalist in Mozambique, was murdered in 2000. Interviews with his friend Mia Couto, his wife & brother and archive footage of interviews with Cardosa.

  31. [Duffett (M.) dir.] BEING SAN, companion to "The Great Dance, a hunter's story", 15 minutes, VHS, PAL, Cape Town, 2001. R215
  32. The directors returned to the area where they filmed "The Great Dance" to show their video.

  33. [Gavsohn (I.) dir.] FACING DEATH…FACING LIFE, 51 minutes, VHS, PAL, Johannesburg, 2000. R195
  34. The story of the Sharpville Six, found guilty of the murder "by common purpose" of town councilor Jacob Dlamini, and sentenced to death but reprieved at the last minute. The documentary focuses on Duma Kumalo one of the Six, who testified at the TRC hearings and now is a mediator with Kulumani Support Group. Music by Philip Miller.

  35. [Hammon (M.) & Gorgen (J.) dir.] HILLBROW KIDS, 60 minutes, VHS, PAL, Johannesburg, 1999. R135
  36. A year in a life of three street children in Hillbrow.

  37. [Hood (G.) dir.] A REASONABLE MAN, where do you draw the line?, 103 minutes, VHS, PAL, Johannesburg, 1999. R145
  38. Courtroom drama set in South Africa starring Nigel Hawthorne.

  39. Institute for Justice and Reconciliation ENGAGING THE ENEMY, directed by Mark Kaplan, 25 minutes, VHS, PAL, Cape Town, 2001. R175
  40. This video examines the changing relationship of two men, one a former intelligence agent in the South African Police, the other an operative in the African National Congress' Department of Intelligence and Security.

  41. __________ NYAMEKA'S STORY, directed by Mark Kaplan, 25 minutes, VHS, PAL, Cape Town, 2001. R175
  42. The story of Nyameka Goniwe, the widow of Matthew Goniwe who was one of the four Cradock community activists killed by the police in 1985. Includes an interview with George Bizos and footage of the TRC hearings on the Cradock four.

  43. __________ YOUTH FACING PREJUDICE, directed by Mark Kaplan, 25 minutes, VHS, PAL, Cape Town, 2001. R175
  44. Three youths, Phumzile Malambile, Karabo Moloko & Otto Schulze explore ways that they confront and challenge prejudice.

  45. [Nangolo (P.) dir.] FIELDS OF FECES, a public health hazard and environmental crises in the city of Windhoek, 15 minutes, VHS, PAL, National Society for Human Rights, Windhoek, 2002. R195
  46. [Patsanza (M.) dir.] BORN FREE AND EQUAL?, issues of race and gender in southern Africa, 30 minutes, VHS, PAL, Johannesburg, 2001. R225
  47. [Schechter (D.) dir.] PRISONERS OF HOPE, 60 minutes, VHS, PAL, Durban, (c.1995). R225
  48. Narrated by Gcina Mhlope. This documentary records the reunion of 1250 former Robben Island political prisoners in 1995 on the Island. Interviews with Nelson Mandela, Achmed Kathrada and many others and discussions what should happen to the prison.

  49. [Thompson (B.) dir.] ERNEST MANCOBA AT HOME, 25 minutes, VHS, PAL, Cape Town, (c.1995). R125
  50. Documentary on Ernest Mancoba, a South African painter & sculpture who now lives in Paris.



  1. Blair (D.) DEGREES IN VIOLENCE, Robert Mugabe and the struggle for power in Zimbabwe, 258pp., illus., map, paperback, London, 2002. R170
  2. Bond (P.) & Manyanya (M.) ZIMBABWE'S PLUNGE, exhausted nationalism, neoliberalism and the search for social justice, 256pp., maps, paperback, Pietermaritzburg & London, 2002. R120
  3. Hove (C.) PALAVER FINISH, essays by Chenjerai Hove, 88pp., paperback, Harare & Johannesburg, 2002. R90
  4. Earlier versions of these articles have appeared in the Zimbabwe Standard newspaper.

  5. Hunter (G.) et al VOICES OF ZIMBABWE, the pain, the courage, the hope, 289pp., b/w & colour illus., map, paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R130
  6. Meredith (M.) ROBERT MUGABE, power, plunder and tyranny in Zimbabwe, 243pp., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2002. R140
  7. Rutherford (B.) WORKING ON THE MARGINS, black workers, white farmers in postcolonial Zimbabwe, 268pp., maps, paperback, Harare & London, 2001. R150
  8. Southern African Regional Institute for Policy Studies (SARIPS) of the Southern African Political Economy Series (SAPES) Trust SADC REGIONAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT REPORT 2000, challenges & opportunities for regional intergration, 304pp., 4to., paperback, Harare, 2000. R285
  9. [Turnham (D.) ed.] AFRICAN PERSPECTIVES, practices and policies supporting sustainable development, 127pp., paperback, Harare & Denmark, 2000. R90


  1. Aboulela (L.) THE TRANSLATOR, 204pp., paperback, Reprint, Oxford, (1999) 2001. R70
  2. Abrahams (L.) THE WHITE LIFE OF FELIX GREENSPAN, 208pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2002. R120
  3. Afrika (T.) BITTER EDEN, 233pp., paperback, London, 2002. R260
  4. Andreas (N.) THE PURPLE VIOLET OF OSHAANTU, 185pp., paperback, Oxford, 2001. R76
  5. Anthologies & Journals

  6. __________ NEW CONTRAST, no. 113, summer 2001, 54pp., illus., paperback, Volume 29, Number 1, Cape Town, 2001. R40
  7. Includes a tribute to Guy Butler by Stephen Watson.

  8. __________ NEW CONTRAST, no. 112, spring 2000, 60pp., paperback, Volume 28, Number 4, Cape Town, 2001. R40
  9. __________ NEW CONTRAST, no. 117, summer 2002, 130pp., illus., paperback, Volume 30, Number 1, Cape Town, 2002. R55
  10. Published in association with the Centre of Creative Writing, University of Cape Town. Includes work by UCT staff (J.M. Coetzee, André Brink, Njabulo Ndebele, Ingrid de Kok, Gabeba Baderoon, etc.) and students.

  11. __________ NEW CONTRAST, no. 116, spring 2002, 53pp., paperback, Volume 29, Volume 4, Cape Town, 2002. R45
  12. Includes fiction by Rayda Jacobs, poetry by Antjie Krog, Gabeba Baderoon, & Isobel Dixon.

  13. Doppelpunkt AFRICAMERONE, alles und noch etwas, 171pp., paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R150
  14. [Ross (R.) ed.] COLONIAL AND POSTCOLONIAL FICTION IN ENGLISH, an anthology, 457pp., paperback, New York, 1999. R252
  15. ____________

  16. Bosman (H.) RECOGNISING BLUES, best of Herman Charles Bosman's humour, selected by Stephen Gray, 134pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R75
  17. __________ STARLIGHT ON THE VELD, best of Herman Charles Bosman's stories, selected by Craig MacKenzie, 146pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R75
  18. Brink (A) AN ACT OF TERROR, 834pp., paperback, Reprint, London, (1991) 2000. R105
  19. Burelli (N.) UNDER A HUNTER'S MOON, short stories, 164pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Tzaneen, 2001. R450
  20. Burgess (Y.) A LIFE TO LIVE, 197pp., paperback, Reprint, Johannesburg, (1973) 2002. R95
  21. Coetzee (J.M.) YOUTH, 169pp., paperback, London, 2002. R165
  22. Collen (L.) MUTINY, 344pp., paperback, London, 2001. R233
  23. Coovadia (I.) THE WEDDING, 280pp., hardback, d.w., New York, 2001. R160
  24. Cope (M.) GOLDIN, a tale, 407pp., printed cloth covered hardback decorated with metal fixtures, No. 3 of an edition limited to 5 copies, Cape Town, 2002. R975
  25. The cover and spine are decorated with letters and a bee made by the author in brass, silver and shakudo.

  26. de Vries (A.) OP DIE WYE OOP KAROO, plaaswinkelstories uit die Klein Karoo, 96pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R55
  27. Eppel (J.) THE CURSE OF THE RIPE TOMATO, 100pp., paperback, Bulawayo, 2001. R60
  28. Fölscher (B.) REISGENOOT, 124pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R70
  29. Goosen (J.) 'N PAWPAW VIR MY DARLING, in samewerking met Deborah Steinmair, 110pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R80
  30. __________ STRAATAF, 96pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R50
  31. Haasbroek (P.) OEMKONTOE VAN DIE NASIE, 342pp., hardback, Pretoria, 2001. R100
  32. Hope (C.) HEAVEN FORBID, 327pp., hardback, London, 2001. R179
  33. Ing (A.) SEVEN TALL TALES AND A SHORT SKETCH, a collection of original stories, 74pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R65
  34. Jamal (A.) THE SHADES, 197pp., paperback, Howick, 2002. R90
  35. Collection of short stories.

  36. Jones (B.) TO DREAM AGAIN, 296pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R100
  37. [Kannemeyer (J.) comp.] UYS KRIGE, uit die skatkis van die goue seun, 'n omnibus, 400pp., hardback, Cape Town, 2002. R170
  38. Killian (P.) DUSKLANDS, 272pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R110
  39. Kirby (R.) SONGS OF THE COCKROACH, 419pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R130
  40. Kotzé (W.) JONKER AFRIKANER, Kaptein van die oorlogsmense, 387pp., map, paperback, Windhoek, 2002. R150
  41. Loots (K.) GESIG NA DIE SON, 176pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R60
  42. Mellish (C.) "THE CREATORS", romance, history and adventure, 447pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R142
  43. Momplé (L.) NEIGHBOURS, the story of a murder, translated from the Portuguese by Richard Bartlett and Isaura de Oliveira, 134pp., paperback, Oxford, 2001. R70
  44. Neate (P.) MUSUNGU JIM AND GREAT CHIEF TULOKO, 376pp., paperback, London, 2000. R90
  45. Penny (S.) THE BENEFICIARIES, 215pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2002. R80
  46. Schmahmann (D.) EMPIRE SETTINGS, a novel, 327pp., hardback, d.w., New York, 2001. R150
  47. Sleigh (D.) EILANDE, 757pp., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2002. R150
  48. This book was the winner of the "Groot Romanwedstryd van Sanlam, Insig en Kwêla, in samewerking met Radiosondergrense en LitNet" prize.

  49. Slovo (G.) RED DUST, 340pp., paperback, Reprint, London, (2000) 2002. R130
  50. Steenkamp (E.) HELKAMPE, 194pp., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R75
  51. Based on true stories of Boer women and children in concentration camps during the Anglo-Boer War.

  52. Stratford (G.) IN THE LONG RUN, 226pp., paperback, London, 1999. R100
  53. van der Vyver (M.) GRIET KOM WEER, 308pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R100
  54. Sequal to "Griet skryf 'n sprokie".

  55. van Nierop (L.) GOËLFABRIEK, 288pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R70
  56. van Rooyen (P.) DIE BRANDENDE MAN, 128pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2002. R100
  57. van Zyl (D.) SLAGOFFERS, 164pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R80


    Anthologies & Journals

  1. __________ CARAPACE 36, poems, graphics, molluscana, 25pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R22
  2. Poems by James Matthews, Mzwandile Matiwana, Fiona Zerbst, Gabeba Baderoon, etc.

  3. __________ CARAPACE 34, poems, graphics, molluscana, 25pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R20
  4. __________ CARAPACE 35, poems, graphics, molluscana, 24pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R20
  5. Poems by Ingrid de Kok, Tatamkhulu Afrika, Basil du Toit, Mzi Mahola, etc.

  6. Araës (A.) et al UN MONDE IDÉAL, an ideal world…, 57pp., paperback, French Department of the University of Namibia, Windhoek, 2001. R50
  7. Text in French & English.

  8. [Chapman (M.) ed.] THE NEW CENTURY OF SOUTH AFRICAN POETRY, 513pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2002. R170
  9. Devon Curriculum Services CROSSINGS, three Cape Town poets, 44pp., 4to., illus., paperback + video, 45 minutes, Exeter, 2001. R300
  10. Poetry of Peter Clarke, Ingrid de Kock and Mike Cope. The video of the three poets reading & talking about their poems, was directed by Martin Phillips.

  11. [Gilbert (H.) ed.] POSTCOLONIAL PLAYS, an anthology, 469pp., paperback, London, 2001. R347
  12. Include "The Hungry Earth" by Maishe Maponya, "Ubu and the Truth Commission" by Jane Taylor, with William Kentridge and the Handspring Puppet Company.

  13. [Horwitz (A.) ed.] 5, poetry, 134pp., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2001. R70
  14. Poetry by Clinton du Plessis, Kobus Moolman, Gillian Schütte, Bofelo wa Mphutlane & Lionel Murcott.

  15. [Krog (A.) et al ed. & translations] MET WOORDE SOOS MET KERSE, inheemse verse uitgesoek en vertaal deur Antjie Krog en ander, 255pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R90
  16. [Moffett (H.) & Mphahlele (E.) eds.] SEASONS COME TO PASS, a poetry anthology for Southern African students, 258pp., paperback, New edition, Cape Town, (1994) 2002. R125
  17. Includes poetry by Olive Schreiner, Don Mattera, Wole Soyinka, Sipho Sepamla, Ingrid Jonker, Wally Mongane Serote, Ingrid de Kok, Gcina Mhlope, Charles Mungoshi, Es'kia Mphahlele, Tatumkulu Afrika, Jack Cope, etc.

  18. Nghifikua (A.) et al SLAVERY AND DEATH ARE ONE AND THE SAME, an anthology of poetry, 82pp., illus., maps, paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R95
  19. [Raper (I.) comp.] VERSKEURINGS 1, 99pp., paperback, Pretoria, 1998. R85
  20. [Vermaak (A.) et al comp.] VERSREISE, 172pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R50
  21. Includes chapters by Daniel Hugo, Breyten Breytenbach, Wilma Stockenström, etc..

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  22. Banoobhai (S.) INWARD MOON, OUTWARD SUN, 52pp., paperback, Pietermaritzburg, 2002. R75
  23. Boesak (A.) … TOT STERWENS TOE, liefdesgedigte en tralies, 54pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R60
  24. Breytenbach (B.) YSTERKOEI-BLUES, versamelde gedigte (1964-1975), 424pp., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2001. R125
  25. Campbell (R.) SELECTED POEMS, edited and introduced by Joseph Pearce, 157pp., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 2001. R125
  26. de Kok (I.) TERRESTRIAL THINGS, 63pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R80
  27. de Wet (R.) PLAYS ONE, "Missing", "Crossing", "Miracle", translations by the author & Steven Stead, 175pp., paperback, London, 2000. R210
  28. Eagle (S.) SPACES, 64pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R80
  29. Eppel (J.) SELECTED POEMS 1965-1995, with illustrations by Anne Simone Hutton, and introduction by Dan Wylie, 73pp., illus., paperback, Bulawayo, 2001. R40
  30. Grobbelaar (P.) HESSIE KWEDET, dagga-, dop-, dryf- en verwante ryme, 137pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2002. R90
  31. Haarhoff (D.) GOATS, ORANGES & SKELETONS, a trilogy of Namibian independence plays, Orange (1988), Skeletons (1989), Guerrilla Goatherd (1990), 181pp., paperback, Windhoek, 2000. R100
  32. Impey (J.) THE HUMANITY HUNT, 202pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R125
  33. Kgositsile (K.) IF I COULD SING, selected poems, 102pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R90
  34. Komrij (G.) FORGOTTEN CITY, & other poems, translated by John Irons, illustrated by Nicolaas Maritz, 87pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R90
  35. Gerrit Komrij is the Dichter des Vaderlands (poet laureate of the Netherlands). This is his first collection of translations in English. Text in English & Dutch.

  36. Lawrance (C.) SMALL SURPRISES, from the Great Karoo, 47pp., paperback, Nieu Bethesda, 2001. R45
  37. Maclennan (D.) ROCK PAINTINGS AT SALEM, 19pp., colour illus., paperback, Grahamstown, (2001). R60
  38. Marais (J.) AVES, gedigte, 77pp., hardback, Pretoria, 2002. R60
  39. Matthews (J.) POEMS FROM A PRISON CELL, 55pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R70
  40. Originally published as "Pass me a Meatball, Jones" in 1977. This was banned two weeks after publication. Foreword by Jeremy Cronin.

  41. Maunick (E.) MANDELA DEAD AND ALIVE - MANDELA MORT ET VIF, 1976-2001, 71pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R65
  42. First published in French in 1987. Text in English & French.

  43. Mda (Z.) FOOLS, BELLS AND THE HABIT OF EATING, three satires, "The Mother of All Eating", "You Fool, How Can the Sky Fall?", "The Bells of Amersfoort", 161pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2002. R105
  44. Nkonyeni (T.) text & McNulty (C.) & Jansen van Vuuren (R.) photo. SENZANI, 45pp., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2002. R70
  45. Pereira (V.) THE RAINBOW BUTTERFLY, 40pp., colour illus., paperback, Durban, 2001. R80
  46. Pretorius (W.) DIE SEEP KRAAK IN DIE GASTEKAMER, 84pp., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 1999. R90
  47. __________ JY KAN SKOENLAPPERS SIEN AANKOM, met houtsneedrukke deur Annette Pretorius, 84pp., illus., paperback, Reprint, Pretoria, (2001) 2001. R90
  48. Schoonraad (P.) PATCHES OF GREEN, 39pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2000. R40
  49. __________ REFLECTIONS IN VERSE, 75pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R40
  50. Snyders (P.) TEKENS VAN DIE TYE, 54pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2002. R60
  51. van Rooyen (P.) GOEDSMOEDS, 56pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2002. R90


  1. __________ YOUNG VOICES, Namibia Library and Information Service/Finnish Embassy story-writing competition, 90pp., illus., paperback, Windhoek, 2001. R50
  2. Stories written in English, Oshikwanyama, Khoekhoegowab, Thimbukushu, German, Oshindonga, Otjiherero, Rukwangali, Afrikaans & Silozi.

  3. Camp (S.) text & Ingham (K.) illus. WHY IS WATER LIFE?, 42pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Durban, 2001. R90
  4. Cohrssen (C.) NAUGHTY NANGULA, 11pp., colour illus., paperback, Windhoek, 2002. R35
  5. de Vos (P.) text & Grobler (P.) illus. DIE SPREE MET FOETE, afrikaanse verwerkings van Annie M.G. Schmidt - verse, 44pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2002. R70
  6. Holzwarth (W.) text & Erlbruch (W.) illus. DIE STORIE VAN DIE MOLLETJIE, wat wou weet wie op sy kop gedinges het, translated by Linda Rode, 21pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R50
  7. Knight (T.) JOURNEY INTO AFRICA, 48pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Oxford, 2002. R145
  8. [Lans (H.) comp.] THE STORY OF MY LIFE, South Africa seen through the eyes of its children, 131pp., 4to., colour illus., map, hardback, Cape Town, 2002. R175
  9. The lives of twelve South African children from 10 to 13 years old illustrated by their own photography & text.

  10. Moodie (F.) text & illus. NOKO AND THE NIGHT MONSTER, 26pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Reprint, London, (2001) 2002. R40
  11. Nagtegaal (J.) DAAR'S VIS IN DIE PUNCH, 121pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R50
  12. Poland (M.) THE MANTIS AND THE MOON, stories for the children of Africa, 120pp., illus., paperback, Reprint, Johannesburg, (1979) 2002. R39
  13. Shikongo (M.) BEN STARTS SCHOOL, 45pp., colour illus., paperback, Windhoek, 2002. R65
  14. [Smuts (C.) ed.] LETTERS TO MADIBA, voices of South African children, 93pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2002. R55
  15. Results of a competition for children to write letters and draw pictures for Nelson Mandela.

  16. Vayssières (J.) THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF EQUIANO, 61pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, etc., 2001. R39


  1. Berman (M.) SILENCE IN THE FICTION OF ELIE WIESEL, 185pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2001. R120
  2. Coetzer (O.) A PROMISE OF PARADISE, the excavation of Jerusalem by Charles Warren, 1867-1870, 318pp., illus., folded map, paperback, Johannesburg, 2002. R116
  3. Muller (P.) MEDITASIE, die gawe van stilte, 99pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R70
  4. __________ VISUALISERING, gedagtes wat heelmaak, 71pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2001. R65
  5. Searll (A.) GET HIGH ON LIFE, beating drugs together, a guide for teenagers, parents & teachers, 298pp., paperback, Second edition revised & updated, Cape Town, (1995) 2002. R100