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A Native of Nowhere: The Life of Nat Nakasa - Jacana Media (Pty) Ltd

A Native of Nowhere: The Life of Nat Nakasa - Jacana Media (Pty) Ltd

A Native of Nowhere: The Life of Nat Nakasa - Jacana Media (Pty) Ltd

Status: New - Tracing the life of South African writer Nat Nakasa, this biography tells the story of how a quiet, serious African boy growing up in the sleepy...... more

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My Somewhat beautiful Johannesburg

Advantages: Vibrant, plenty to do, fantastic people
Disadvantages: crime

...I had the opportunity of visiting Johannesburg in a very different light in January of this year, as a tourist. For you see I was born and raised there, but my boyfriend is very much English and had never been to Africa. When you are born somewhere you tend to disregard alot of the tourist stuff (much what my boyfriend does in London) which I can now see I missed out. Johannesburg is...

jessica801127 07.09.2005 18:40 (07.09.2005 18:39) · Read review
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The Sun Newspaper - Read all about it.

Advantages: Lots of up to date news and gossip
Disadvantages: A lot of advertising

...Like them or loath the tabloid press are now part of the British culture and they here to stay. According to my dictionary a tabloid is a newspaper with pages about half the size of a standard (broadsheet) newspaper, especially one that has relatively short and condensed articles and a large proportion of pictorial matter. However in more recent years the word tabloid has become synonymous...

micksheff 03.08.2004 23:03 · Read review
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The Newspaper Man

Advantages: A fascinating life
Disadvantages: None

...to be a history book or a political tract, but by virtue of the remarkable father whose life it certainly does seek to honour, it cannot help but be both. When he died in 1980 Edward Law-Yone was described as ''the first independent newspaper editor of free, post-war Burma, and also, to date, the last''. For the intervening three and half decades since then it would seem that the tribute would...

hiker 21.12.2014 11:35 · Read review
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