: Hain (P.)

R 240.00
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376pp., paperback, London, (2020) 2021


A veteran anti-apartheid activist is forced to break his loyalty to the ANC as he and his colleagues battle to defend the dwindling South African rhino population from poachers, and confront corruption and collusion at the very highest level. 

"A racy thriller into the toxicity of rhino poaching and state corruption." Ronnie Kasrils, former ANC underground chief

"A thrilling page-turner about the fight for humanity." Zelda la Grange, former personal assistant to Nelson Mandela

Anti-apartheid campaigner and British politician Lord Peter Hain's books include Mandela: his essential life, Pitch Battles: protest, prejudice and play and his memoir Outside In.