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by Hannes Wessels For anyone genuinely interested in African wildlife and conservation Mike Bromwitch’s updated second edition of the 80-year history of the Rhodesian Game … Read more →
Coming out of a country that produced a surprising surfeit of colourful characters Jack Malloch is surely one of the most extraordinary. Raised simply, in … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels With the world in a state of high dudgeon over BLM (Black Lives Matter), the alleged ongoing, debilitating effects of white … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels RW Johnson’s new book, ‘Foreign Native’, is enlightening, entertaining but also disturbing. But, like everything he writes, the narrative reeks with honesty. … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels Reading the second part of Duncan Clarke’s voluminous but quite fascinating study of Cecil Rhodes as the baying mobs of the ‘Black … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels The title of this book should not have been ‘Rude,’ but ‘Bloody Rude’, because it is; but it is also bloody funny … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels I don’t know how many books have been written about Cecil John Rhodes, but Duncan Clarke’s magisterial, ‘Rhodes’ Ghost’ might be close … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels Reading Richard Steyn’s excellent account (Louis Botha: A Man Apart) of the life and times of General Louis Botha was enlightening, enjoyable … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels I fear not enough people are likely to read Colonel Eeben Barlow’s book ‘Executive Outcomes: Against All Odds’, which offers a … Read more →
Lt. Dick Stent (RLI/SAS) The military world at large is finally getting to understand what Rhodesians fought for, and who some of those were. Another … Read more →