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|Review of 'Telling stories of pain and hope: Museums in South Africa and Ireland'
|Review of 'The Magaliesberg Heritage Collection'
|Review of Clément Sénèque 1896-1930: A Private Collection of his Paintings
|Review of Durban in the 1920s and 1930s
|Review of Yeomen of the Karoo - The Story of the Imperial Yeomanry Hospital at Deelfontein
|RSA 365 - This book makes a contribution to the documentation of South African buildings across the centuries
|A novel about the 'Last Days of Old Parktown'
|Dreaming the Karoo - A new traveller’s insight into our world
|A book that celebrates the glorious heritage of Paarl
|Review of 'Much Water under Many Bridges'
|First comprehensive review of the architecture of early apartheid in Pretoria
|Die NG Kerk - This books fills a gap on church architecture
|Review of Anxious Joburg: The Inner Lives of a Global South City
|Common Ground - A brilliant and welcome addition to architectural literature
|Review of Durban Art Deco
|Review of The Historical Karoo and The Historical Overberg
|Fast forward to a new style of Mrs Beeton
|Review of Falling Monuments Reluctant Ruins
|Moving migrant men to build the gold mining industry - a cruel system
|Review of 'Plague, Pox and Pandemics'
|This book reveals an archaeological treasure house in Southern Africa
|Inside the Carlton Hotel - Nostalgia overlaid with depression
|This study is about a moment in time in the Yeoville story
|An even-handed biography that adds to the literature on South African educational history
|This book celebrates the hidden treasures of the Karoo
|This is a book that will define the Waterberg for decades to come
|Review of 'Mlamulankunzi: The Life and Times of Dick King'
|'The Man behind the Beard' - A sympathetic biography that makes a contribution to the history of South Africa in the 20th century
|This academic study breaks new ground in probing ways to look at photographs
|Civilising Grass - Jonathan Cane’s study is thought-provoking, entertaining, interesting and provocative
|Review of Traditional Tswana Housing: A Study in Four Villages in eastern Botswana (2nd edition)
|This book will appeal to you if you have an ancestor who arrived in 1820
|Review of 'Tavern of the Seas: The Unseen Years 1935-1955'
|Review of Farmhouses of Old Natal
|Learn about hidden vernacular treasures with this book in hand
|This book passes Andrew Mlangeni’s personal story to his descendants and a wider readership
|Review of 'Cradle of Life - The story of the Magaliesberg and the Cradle of Humankind’
|The Silver Tea Service - A memoir dipped in mystery
|Review of 'Barnato's Diamonds'
|Review of 'Troubling Images - Visual Culture and the Politics of Afrikaner Nationalism'
|Review of 'I am David'
|Review of 20 South African Schools: A Pictorial History
|Review of Jose Dale Lace: A Woman of Some Importance
|Review of Hidden Pretoria - The best book in this format so far
|Children of Hope - This is the book that I would nominate for the non-fiction prize of the year
|Review of 'An Unwitting Assassin: The Story of my Father’s Attempted Assassination of Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd'
|This book will become the premier guide to the Magaliesberg
|Henry Longland's early survey of Johannesburg circa 1893
|Review of 'Arthur Elliott - A Memoir of the Man and the Story of his Photographic Collection'
|Review of A Newspaper History of South Africa
|Review of The House of Tshatshu - Power, politics and chiefs north-west of the Great Kei River, c1818-2018
|Review of Pilgrim's Rest Who's Who
|Constance: One Road to Take - This book will become a classic photographic collector’s item
|I am now the delighted owner of the second edition of Early Architects of Cape Town
|Review of Howard Timmins and his Protégés
|Book Review of 'The 2Summers #Gauteng52 Challenge'
|Review of Jackpot Story
|Review of Gandhi’s Printing Press: Experiments in Slow Reading
|A view of Johannesburg through lenses from a different era
|An essential companion when travelling the Barberton Makhonjwa Geotrail
|Two new books from conservation architect and artist Franco Frescura
|Review of Shovel and Sieve - This book has to be read because it captures the voice of Johannesburg's early prospectors
|Both dated and timeless - A review of 'Who Did What in South Africa'
|Review of Secret Johannesburg
|Savour this book and take yourself on a journey through South Africa in 1889
|The Missionary's Wife - A book of deep moral intelligence.
|The Sculpture of Laurence Anthony Chait
|The Memoirs of Napier Devitt
|Dube's 'Backroom Boy' - The first foot soldier of MK had many names
|An Australian journalist gives us a glimpse of Johannesburg life, 1895 to 1899
|Review of The Ridge of the White Waters
|Here is a fascinating account of what South Africa was like in 1889
|If you have never savoured the Bosman stories this anthology is a good place to start
|Review of Johannesburg: Made in China
|Review of Building a Capable State
|Review of The Anglo-Boer War in 100 Objects
|The Union Castle and the War - This book is one of those unrecognized treasures from the First World War
|From Prohibited Immigrants to Citizens - A deep study of a difficult and complex subject
|Inside Kimberley - Paul Duncan and Alain Proust have done it again!
|Review of 'A History of the Iziko South African National Gallery: Reflections on Art and National Identity'
|Review of Durban from its Beginnings to its Silver Jubilee of City Status
|This book will surely become a handbook of vernacular architecture
|Empire, War and Cricket - An immensely readable book that is an impressive addition to South African history
|Review of 'South African Odyssey: The Autobiography of Bertha Goudvis'
|The NZASM Footsteps along the Tracks report identifies, documents, records and rescues the heritage of the NZASM
|Review of Book Collecting in South Africa
|Review of 'Soulmates - The Story of Mahatma Gandhi and Hermann Kallenbach'
|Review of The Quest for Frank Wild
|Review of South End Then and Now
|Review of '120 Years of Caring - The Story of the Johannesburg Children’s Home'
|Review of 'A Thousand Tales of Johannesburg: A City Novel'
|Review of Cape Town: Then and Now
|Review of hostels homes museum | Memorialising migrant labour pasts in Lwandle, South Africa
|Collecting with Denis Godfrey
|This is an authoritative book about Johannesburg in the 1930s
|This book will make you shed a tear for Walter Hain and his friends lost in battle
|Fire Walker - A beautiful book capturing a new bit of city history in the making
|Review of Johannesburg - The Fabulous City
|Review of Meet me at the Carlton
|Battle of the Books - Memoirs of Early Johannesburg