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  • Black Widow Society R150.00

    In 1994 when South Africans were finally seeing the light of freedom and independence, three well-respected businesswomen – Talullah Ntuli, Edna Whithead and Nkosazana Dlamini – formed the Black Widow Society.
    In 1994 when South Africans were finally seeing the light of freedom and independence, three well-respected businesswomen – Talullah Ntuli, Edna Whithead and Nkosazana Dlamini – formed the Black Widow Society, a secret organisation aimed at liberating women trapped in emotionally and physically abusive relationships by assisting in ‘eliminating’ their errant husbands. For fifteen years the Black Widow Society operated undetected, impeccably run by The Triumvirate with the help of their suave and mysterious hired gun, Mzwakhe Khuzwayo, a slick ex-convict meticulous in his responsibilities. But as the secret organisation recruits more members, the wheels of this well-oiled machine threaten to fall off. Will Talullah’s controlling streak or Nkosazana’s unfettered material aspirations jeopardise the future of the Black Widow Society? Or perhaps one of the new recruits, unsettled by the reality of the elimination of her former husband, will lose her nerve and expose the workings of the group after all this time? As the tension mounts, Black Widow Society builds to a chilling and bloody climax that will keep you guessing and riveted until the very last page.

    Author: Angela Makholwa

  • Critical But, Stable (Paperback) R280.00

    Critical But Stable is a murder mystery/ thriller centered around four couples who from the outside are the picture of #blacklove and #Loveliveshere. They are all successful in their own right and part of a high-end stokvel called Khula Social Club.
    The idea behind the club is to pull funds together and collectively make short term investments while socializing with the ‘right’ people. In reality, none of them really need the money, the social club is an excuse to have extravagant parties and keep up appearances. We quickly learn that nothing is as it seems in the novel’s opening scene where a man is looking down at the naked body of a beautiful woman, who might be dead. We don’t know who either of them are but immediately sense that something bad has happened and she shouldn’t be where she is.

    As we get to know the couples we learn that behind closed doors they all face serious challenges in their relationships. Debt, sexual frustration and dangerous ambitions threaten to destroy everything they’ve built so far. They all try to deal with their issues quietly but as the opening scene suggests their journeys are anything but smooth. As the story progresses we piece together clues to who the woman might be and what happened to her.

    Author: Angela Makholwa

    1 in stock

  • Greatest Salesman In The World R160.00

    What you are today is not important…for in this bestselling book you will learn how to change your life by applying the secrets you are about to discover in the ancient scrolls.
    What you are today is not important . . . for in this runaway bestseller you will learn how to change your life by applying the secrets you are about to discover in the ancient scrolls. “I will persist until I succeed.

    I was not delivered into this world into defeat, nor does failure course in my veins. I am not a sheep waiting to be prodded by my shepherd. I am a lion and I refuse to talk, to walk, to sleep with the sheep.

    The slaughterhouse of failure is not my destiny.

    I will persist until I succeed.”

    –From the ancient scroll marked III in The Greatest Salesman in the World

    Praise for The Greatest Salesman in the World

    “The Greatest Salesman in the World is one of the most inspiring, uplifting, and motivating books I have ever read. I can well understand why it has had such a splendid acceptance.”–Norman Vincent Peale

    “At last! A book on sales and salesmanship that can be read and enjoyed by veteran and recruit alike! I have just completed The Greatest Salesman in the World for the second time–it was too good for just one reading–and in all sincerity, I say that it is the most readable, most constructive and most useful instrument for the teaching of sales as a profession that I have ever read.”–F.W. Errigo, Manager, U. S. Sales Trainer at Parke, Davis & Company

    “I have read almost every book that has ever been written on salesmanship, but I think Og Mandino has captured all of them in The Greatest Salesman in the World. No one who follows these principles will ever fail as a salesman, and no one will ever be truly great without them; but, the author has done more than present the principles–he has woven them into the fabric of one of the most fascinating stories I have ever read.”–Paul J. Meyer, President of Success Motivation Institute, Inc.

    “Every sales manager should read The Greatest Salesman in the World. It is a book to keep at the bedside, or on the living room table–a book to dip into as needed, to browse in now and then, to enjoy in small stimulating portions. It is a book for the hours and for the years, a book to turn to over and over again, as to a friend, a book of moral, spiritual and ethical guidance, an unfailing source of comfort and inspiration.”–Lester J. Bradshaw, Jr., Former Dean, Dale Carnegie Institute of Effective Speaking & Human Relations

    “I was overwhelmed by The Greatest Salesman in the World. It is, without doubt, the greatest and the most touching story I have ever read. It is so good that there are two musts that I would attach to it: First, you must not lay it down until you have finished it; and secondly, every individual who sells anything, and that includes us all, must read it.”–Robert B. Hensley, President, Life Insurance Co. of Kentucky

    “Og Mandino provocatively prods your attention into fascination as he masterfully relates his story. The Greatest Salesman in the World is a book with emotional appeal for millions.”–Roy Garn, Executive Director, Emotional Appeal Institute

    “There are very few men who have the writing talent with which Og Mandino has been blessed. The thoughts contained in this book symbolize the importance of selling to the entire world’s existence.”–Sol Polk, President, Polk Bros., Inc.

    Author(s): Og Mandino

    2 in stock (can be backordered)

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    If You Keep Digging (Paperback) Original price was: R360.00.Current price is: R250.00.

    If You Keep Digging is a moving collection of short stories, which will resonate with a South African audience. The selection of stories highlights marginalised identities and looks at the daily lives of people who may otherwise be forgotten or dismissed.
    Monkeys is a skillful commentary on domestic violence, toxic masculinity, patriarchy (and how it is racialised), power dynamics between white and black men and how children come to “know” that they are white or black. Skinned, whose protagonist is a woman with albinism, is a powerful story about learning to accept that you deserve love when the world constantly tells you otherwise. In Fourteen the author deftly demonstrates the ability to play with concepts of time and reality. It is a compelling story about potential and how one can feel unfulfilled despite having hopes and ambitions.

    The collection is also deeply concerned with covering the early post democracy years in South Africa. Each of the characters deals with questions around the “new” country. The book implores one to think about diverse topics and perspectives, difficult family relationships, abandonment, social and class issues, power dynamics at school and at work, mental illness, witchcraft, sexuality, domestic abuse and the ancestral realm, among other things.

    Author(s): Keletso Mopai

  • Iqunga (Hlomu: Book 4) R280.00

    He is speaking in a hushed tone, as if this is a forbidden subject. ‘He said there were twins here, boys. He said their father died on the day they were born.’ He stops and squints as if trying to remember something. ‘I’m not sure if I’m getting the story right, but there were other twins before, but they all died. The father must have done something because these two lived, only them, and then he died. They were good children, that’s what my father said, but then one day they must have been 14 years old…’ He stops when he hears a gasp.
    ‘What happened? What did they do?’ Qhawe asks. ‘They killed a priest. He was one of those that were recruiting people o join a church, and most people here believed him and followed him. He built a school and stuff. The twins went to that school. But he must have made them very angry because…’ ‘How did they kill him?’-Mqhele

    The man shrugs before he speaks. ‘From what I was told, they slit his throat and left him sitting on a chair, bleeding to death.’ There’s silence. The man is telling the story like its an urban legend, but they know, it is a familiar one. ‘Is that what you wanted to know?’ the man asks, looking at Sisekelo. He doesn’t answer. ‘So, what happened to the twins’ mother?’ Qhawe asks. The man sighs deeply. ‘They burnt her alive.’

    Author: Dudu Busani-Dube

  • Liwa - Always On Their Minds R250.00

    Childhood friends, Liwa Nile and Noel Glass grow up in Port Alfred bound by hope and pure love for each other. But their deep dark desires bring in sinister trails of lust, murder and unclassified sexual escapades to the heart of Melrose Arch.

    When Liwa loses her beloved father, hear dear friend Noel comes to the rescue. As they grow their architecture business, it emerges that Noel is no ordinary painter. Her love for darkness quickly turns Liwa’s wet bed into a nightmare.

    With every break of dawn, a soul falls. More bodies are soon disappearing and their business is thriving.

    Tyson Manson seeks sexual pleasure. So when a love affair boils over, he discovers more than expected. As he digs deeper into their past, more worms fill in the missing pieces. Will his findings destroy the bondages of a long-standing friendship?



  • Lola's Heart (The Harvard Series Book 2) R260.00

    When a weekend of wicked pleasure drives to such leading headlines;

    “Prophet’s wife comes forward with the shocking news that spell murder in Fire-Fire Ministries.”

    Sowetan LIVE
    In a gruesome twist of events, a Prophet’s wife has come forward with incriminating evidence that spells mayhem for the Fire-Fire Ministries and possibly lead to the life imprisonment of her husband. This is not Ikechukwu’s first brush with the law.

    Several months ago the Apostle was making media waves when the Business magnate Jarred Levine’s daughter accused him of choking her almost to death because he feared that she would expose their whirlwind affair. The Apostle refused charges or that there was even an affair between him and the Jarred Levine’s daughter, Lola.”

    …one wonders will Lola’s Heart survive all the turmoil, horror, murder and disaster that come with a weekend that not only changes her but her family’s lives forever.

    Author: Busisekile Khumalo

  • Perfect Imperfections (Paperback) R250.00

    Maxine escapes an abusive polygamous marriage to a man much older than her to make a new life in Harare, Zimbabwe. The story follows the five madams she works for. Through them, we see the struggles of women trying to hold down careers and relationships in a big city where tradition, patriarchy, domestic abuse and unhealthy societal behaviours form a backdrop. While Maxine bears witness to the women’s lives, she also tries to work through her own issues, finding a way to free herself of the cruel man she married and experience meaningful relationships.

    The book explores women learning about and seeking the love they feel they deserve. Whether self-love or romantic love, each woman must find the courage to believe in and hold onto that love. Through Maxine’s narration, the intricacies of the relationship women share with their helpers are uncovered. These relationships reveal the truth that women can discover themselves via their friendships with other women.

    Author(s): Makanaka Mavengere-Munsaka

  • Sweet Medicine (Paperback) R250.00

    Sweet Medicine takes place in Harare at the height of Zimbabwe’s economic woes in 2008. Tsitsi, a young woman, raised by her strict, devout Catholic mother, believes that hard work, prayer and an education will ensure a prosperous and happy future. She does well at her mission boarding school, and goes on to obtain a scholarship to attend university, but the change in the economic situation in Zimbabwe destroys the old system where hard work and a degree guaranteed a good life.

    Out of university, Tsitsi finds herself in a position much lower than she had set her sights on, working as a clerk in the office of the local politician, Zvobgo. With a salary that barely provides her a means to survive, she finds herself increasingly compromising her Christian values to negotiate ways to get ahead.

    Sweet Medicine is a thorough and evocative attempt at grappling with a variety of important issues in the postcolonial context: tradition and modernity; feminism and patriarchy; spiritual and political freedoms and responsibilities; poverty and desperation; and wealth and abundance.

    Author(s): Panashe Chigumadzi

    Available on back-order

  • The Greatest Salesman in the World, Part II: The End of the Story R160.00

    The long-awaited sequel to his multimillion-copy bestselling classic features ten new Vows of Success as well as “the end of the story” of the now legendary Hafid. Answers all the questions raised in Mandino’s first bestseller but offers his fresh new inspiration and motivation for a new era.
    “The most important book of our generation . . . A flawless, priceless masterpiece.”–Denis Waitley, author of Seeds of Greatness

    You are holding in your hands an almost impossible dream, finally becoming reality . . . the sequel to the inspirational classical that has touched more lives in the past two decades than any other motivational work in the world. More than nine million people continue to find solace and hope in The Greatest Salesman in the World, the gripping tale of a little camel boy, Hafid, who becomes the greatest salesman in the world through following the principles in the ten special scrolls of success. And now, at las, the world will discover what happens to the greatest salesman when he finally emerges from his lonely retirement to commence a new career. At first he finds failure–until he receives a special gift from someone he has not seen in half a century. He then returns triumphantly to his homeland to write his own Ten Vows of Success to be shared with all who seek a better life–including you.

    The Greatest Salesman in the World–Part II: The End of the Story will touch the hearts of those millions who already know Hafid as a beloved friend–and introduce his wisdom to a vast new generation.

    Author(s): Og Mandino

    2 in stock (can be backordered)

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    The Harvard Wife Original price was: R290.00.Current price is: R260.00.

    The Harvard Wife is the portrayal of the modern career woman. Her struggles in relationships, marriage, divorce and motherhood. It’s a story about a woman who finds herself in an unhappy marriage and while running away from her problems on safari with her best friend she runs into the one that got away.
    The Harvard Wife is the portrayal of the modern career woman. Her struggles in relationships, marriage, divorce and motherhood. It’s a story about a woman who finds herself in an unhappy marriage and while running away from her problems on safari with her best friend she runs into the one that got away. Things spiral downwards from there for her marriage but through it all, divorce and almost losing her child, she finds herself and grows.

    Author: Busisekile Khumalo

  • The Princess and The Piper (The Harvard Series - Book 3) R280.00

    “The third instalment of the Harvard series is far from a fairytale.”

    The Princess…

    High society heiress, medical protégé, Oyama Sisulu’s bedside manner is cold and aloof, has been since she was a fifteen-year-old rebelling against the truth of her birth, her parents’ separation and being suddenly thrust into media scrutiny. One stolen night out, completely robs her of her innocence, gives her Amandla and catapults her into a world of sexual violence, one she manages to keep away from her family and struggles with on her own until she meets Sipho, the Pied Piper who draws her out with a steaming mug of hot chocolate and marshmallows, one rainy winter day.

    …and the Piper.

    Sphola was just a gangly young man, when a big fancy car stopped by his Kota stand. His life about to change through the kindness of a rich stranger, but he only had eyes for her fifteen-year-old princess who sat stonily in the car, not even sparing him a glance. Sphola spurred up to be the kind of man that she would sit up and notice, worked himself out of his ghetto Kota stand to a children’s fast-food chain while neglecting his role in his son’s life. Grown-up Sipho unlike Sphola the gangly teen, doesn’t have to work hard to get the attention of the girl who has had his heart since she was fifteen, but what will it take for him to break down the walls that she has barricaded around her heart? Will he fight her demons at the expense of his spiritual gift?

    Author: Busisekile Khumalo

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