Book review description

12 tales of blindness and hope

Two new releases from the Human Rights Media Centre, Then Light Went Black and Lifelines. Both books contain southern African stories from blind people – the first book being about people who have gone blind, and the second about people who were born blind.

“Knot of Stone”: A murder mystery, a sangoma and history rewritten

Knot of Stone is a tale about historical detection written in a modern style. It begins with the discovery of a skeleton five centuries-old in the shadow of Table Mountain, writes Joseph Nthini.

Book review: Material Journeys: Collecting African and oceanic Art, 1945 - 2000

This book reflects the recent awakening of interest in the history of collecting and the lives and artistic concerns of individual collectors.

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