Mark Gevisser

M&G presents Turning Points by the New York Times

The New York Times has selected the M&G above all others to bring their premium, agenda-setting content to South Africa.

A stunted af(fair)

If the Cape Town Book Fair is to mean something beyond an exercise in retailing it needs to seize opportunities to be unique, writes Darryl Accone.

Won the state, lost the party

There is a moment when you can sense the power draining away, when a point of no return has been reached and passed. Prime Minister Gordon Brown is facing that moment now in Britain, as a sense of staleness, sleaze and incompetence overwhelms his government.

Fishing for clues in the ruling party’s stream

At last Mark Gevisser's long-awaited biography of Thabo Mbeki is out. For a project that began in 1999 and took eight years to complete, the title <i>The Dream Deferred</i> seems especially apt. As a subject, Mbeki is a walking "writer's block". Not only is he a densely complex person, as the book confirms, but he shimmers in the light, making it all but impossible to have a single thesis to explain the man.

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20th Edition of the National Teaching Awards

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Awards affirm the vital work that teachers do

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SAB Zenzele special AGM rescheduled to March 25 2020

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