HARAMBEE, the spirit of innovation in Africa

: Bruton (M.)

R 395.00
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161pp., colour illus., map, paperback, Cape Town, 2022


Covers over 800 innovators from 50 African countries.

"Mike's vast experience across multiple disciplines has equipped him to write with authority and boundless enthusiasm about African innovation, to explain how it has shaped the continent and how it continues to change the lives of billions ... he pulls together disparate threads from many different perspectives to produce a fascinating compendium." Alan Duggan, Founding editor of Popular Mechanics (South Africa)

Mike Bruton is the author of Curious notions, reflections of an imagineer; The Annotated Old Fourlegs; The Fishy Smiths, a biography of JLB and Margaret Smith and Curator and Crusader, the life and work of Majorie Courtnay-Latimer. He was Director of the JLB Smith Institute of Ischtyology and as Education Director of the Two Oceans Aquarium. Now retired, he runs a consultancy company, "Mike Bruton Imagineering".