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ALEXANDER MATTHEWS reviews The Man Who Couldn’t Stop, a fascinating exploration of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
ZAHIRA ASMAL is impressed by the immense insights about the power and the process of forgiving that is offered up by Desmond and Mpho Tutu in The Book of Forgiving.
SARAH LAURENCE is surprised and entertained by Jay Rayner’s provocative and nuanced exploration of food, A Greedy Man in a Hungry World.
JOSHUA MASEROW is impressed by Small Things, an abundantly strange and beguiling tale of failure by Nthikeng Mohlele.
An extract from Sixolile Mbalo’s harrowing memoir.
Gareth Langdon reviews the memoir Dear Bullet in which Sixolile Mbalo remembers a harrowing assault.
JOSHUA MASEROW reviews After Freedom, an accessible and incisive diagnosis of post-apartheid South Africa by sociologists Katherine Newman and Ariane De Lannoy.
Michael Hammond’s photographs offer a vivid portrait of the controversial Afrikaner “homeland”.