For FW de Klerk reconciliation was never about moral intention, but always about political strategy, writes Antjie Krog.
Light showers. Partly cloudy. Cool.
A 'distraction' stops us from achieving our goals, whereas its opposite, traction, leads us closer to those goals, says Ian Mann.
Beth Amato explains why Revealing Freddie is a wonderful read for South African parents and their children.
What if the man you knew killed your sister was never charged? What if dementia was taking his mind and the answers you seek are slipping away?
Even though there are six powerful economic and demographic mega-trends shaping the People’s Republic of China, business in the country is simply about business, says Ian Mann.
With all the benefits of the third wave, we need to have a much deeper understanding of how humans and machines must collaborate so that people are augmented and not replaced, says Ian Mann.
It can be dangerously misleading to use metrics to measure the ability to come up with new ideas and better ways to do things, cautions Ian Mann.
Workplace management practices and a toxic workplace are invisible killers and the fifth leading cause of death in the US, says Ian Mann.
Is The Woman in the Window set to be 2018’s thriller of the year? Given the epic plot twist, I’d definitely say so.
This is a story about life, and about the connections made between people, and how even though thousands of years separate us from our ancestors, we still have the same needs – to be loved and to endure.
If you love all things magic with a bit of romance thrown in for good measure, then this is the book for you.
Ask your mom and grandmom – chances are they know Marina Petropulos and her now famous Baby & Childcare Handbook. The updated version just landed on our desks and new mom Wendy Kobe had a look to see if it still resonates with millennial moms.
If you’re looking for a good thriller, then this will quench your thirst, although the ending might not.
Neither giants nor SMEs can afford to be sleeping, or slow to react to disruption, says ace book reviewer Ian Mann.
Business people cannot run effective businesses if they are operating on the wrong facts, yet our natural instincts tend to mislead us. Only data can correct that, says Ian Mann.
I started Tsk-Tsk, The story of a child at large, early one Saturday morning, and didn’t put it down until after 1?pm. I read it cover to cover in one sitting and wild horses would not have dragged me from its pages.
To work smart means to maximise the value of your work by selecting a few activities and applying intense targeted effort, says Ian Mann.
Being relevant and having a clear statement of what your business is about is the way to stay ahead in the new battleground for retailers, says Ian Mann.
A careful mixture of science, conspiracy, and good old murder make Night Market both addictive and dark, making it near impossible to put down or forget.
A story about murder and what drives one to change so drastically, from saint to sinner.
There are some stories which seem so unbelievable that you’d be forgiven for thinking them fiction. This is such a story.
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