Jeremy Gordin, the 2007 Mondi Shanduka South African Journalist of the Year, is the Director of the Investigative Journalism Workshop’s Justice Project at Wits University. Gordin has a string of awards to his name, having also won Mondi Shanduka awards in 2003 and 2004. Gordin writes a column for Politicsweb and served as Associate Editor of The Sunday Independent, The Sunday Tribune and The Sunday Argus for three years. From 2003 – 2005 he was Acting Editor of the Independent News Network and Group Special Writer. He has co-authored two books of investigative journalism, The Infernal Tower and A Long Night’s Damage but is widely known for the biography on the life and times of President Jacob Zuma entitled Zuma: A Biography.
Born in Pretoria 1952, Gordin studied at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel and UNISA.
- The Infernal Tower (1996) (co-author)
- A Long Night’s Damage (1998) (co-author)
- Zuma: A Biography (2008)
- Zuma: A Biography (2010)
1. Jeremy Gordin, Jonathan Ball Publishers. Retrieved 28 September 2012.