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APNET’S STATEMENT ON THE WORLD LITERACY DAY 2020

African Publishers Network (APNET) extends our deepest gratitude to all African publishers, publishers’ associations and other players…

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The Terrorist Album: Apartheid’s Insurgents, Collaborators, and the Security Police

Jacob Dlamini, The Terrorist Album: Apartheid’s Insurgents, Collaborators, and the Security Police (Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 2020)…

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Unspeakable: The Autobiography

John Bercow, Unspeakable: The Autobiography (London:Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2020)   THE FORMER Speaker of the House of…

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ANFASA COPYRIGHT GROUP

MEMBERS Monica Seeber (Team Leader) monica@monicaseeber.comblishing Prof Keyan Tomaselli (Academic Sector) keyant@uj.ac.za Samu Mfuphi (ANFASA National Coordinator)…

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Undeniable: Memoir of a Covert War

Philippa Garson, Undeniable: Memoir of a Covert War (Jacana, 2020)   A CONSTANT presence in this book is the…

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Advantage Play: Technologies that Changed Sporting History

Steve Haake, Advantage Play: Technologies that Changed Sporting History (Arena Sport, 2018)   PHYSICS and materials science meet sport…

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Address by Andrew Mlangeni to the ANFASA AGM

In 2017, mindful that the theme of the ANFASA AGM was ‘Authors as the conscience of the…

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ANFASA mourns the passing of the great Andrew Mlangeni

ANFASA mourns the passing of the great Andrew Mlangeni. His was a life of steadfastness and sacrifice….

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Critical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies

The Contents Pages below list selected articles published in Critical Arts on the topics of authorship and…

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STOP PRESS | PRESIDENT REFERS COPYRIGHT AMENDMENT BILL BACK TO THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

STOP PRESS 16 June 2020 PRESIDENT REFERS COPYRIGHT AMENDMENT BILL BACK TO THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY ANFASA is…

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