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Tag Archives | Apartheid

Review of Two Brothers by Ben Elton

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Two Brothers by Ben Elton I don’t usually dip into historical fiction, as the writers often hide poor character-building behind supposed historical accuracy instead. Often the books are unreadable due to their saturation of research and lack of coherent plot or technical ability. But Two Brothers is not ruined by either of these things: instead it manages […]

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Renowned Palaeoanthropologist Professor Phillip Tobias Passes Away

On the 7th of June, South Africa lost a man who not only vastly contributed to our scientific understanding of our origins, but who was an ardent, tireless human rights campaigner. According to The Daily Maverick, Though Tobias is legendary for unearthing man’s ancient ancestry, back home it was his huge regard for humanity and […]

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