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Holy Cows: The ambiguities of being South African

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by Gareth Van Onselen
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Holy Cows: The ambiguities of being South African by Gareth Van Onselen

From initiation ceremonies in the Eastern Cape to Helen Zille's Twitter account, South Africa is a place where first world aspirations often clash with third world realities. Acclaimed commentator Gareth van Onselen takes a fresh and fearless look at some of these contradictions and faultlines, from the rise and fall of Nelson Mandela's Christmas party to the contested meaning of words like 'respect' and 'excellence'.

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Pages: 224
Size: 753 KB
Publisher: Tafelberg
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9780624066217 (DRM-EPUB)

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