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Monday, 01 January 2007

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Simon

I absolutely agree, I read Pauw's book and could not put it down.

An outstanding commentary on African affairs and politics from a man who clearly knows his stuff.

CYRIL KRIEL

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF YOU CAN TELL ME THE NAME OF THE BOOK ABOUT FERDI BARNARD I READ A YOUR PIECE IN THE YOU ABOUT HIM

Clive Simpkins

Hi Cyril! I definitely haven't written anything about Ferdi Barnard and also not for YOU magazine. Nothing comes up on Google either. Sorry I can't help. Regards, Clive

Scarlet

You write very well.

Shayoni

Pauw is an inspiration for anyone considering journalism in these times of media gone mad.

brenda karibeti

only got to read the book through my lecturer at college,would really love to have my own copy because it is an interestin piece of work.keep up the good work

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