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In three parts, management educator Barry Oshry explains the phenomena of systems and leadership as experienced through his innovative Power Lab, a total-immersion experience that shows how to exert leadership in the family, the community,

By Marius Meyer, CEO SABPP -  Order from www.lexisnexis.co.za  or www.myacademic.co.za Foreword by Ursula Fear In this day and age, in a world where chaos and uncertainty rein, the ability to learn from experienced human resource and business

The Relationship Laws that Drive Success There are powerful but invisible laws that determine whether your relationships with your clients, colleagues, and friends will thrive or wither. These relationship laws are ever-present. When you align

The biggest challenge for all of us is discovering what your mission on this planet is. That is often the journey of a lifetime. It also means working on your strengths but many of us

In My Own Liberator, Dikgang Moseneke pays homage to the many people and places that have helped to define and shape him. In tracing his ancestry, the influence on both his maternal and paternal sides

A compulsively readable debut novel about marriage, immigration, class, race, and the trapdoors in the American Dream—the unforgettable story of a young Cameroonian couple making a new life in New York just as the Great

The winner of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, as well as five other awards, The Sympathizer is the breakthrough novel of the year. With the pace and suspense of a thriller and prose that

In her accomplished new story collection, Petina Gappah crosses the barriers of class, race, gender and sexual politics in Zimbabwe to explore the causes and effects of crime, and to meditate on the nature of

Moving between west Africa and London, adulthood and the past, this coming-of-age tale explores themes of celebrity, failure and shame. Two brown girls dream of being dancers—but only one, Tracey, has talent. The other has ideas:

Trevor Noah's path from apartheid South Africa to the desk of The Daily Show in New York began with a criminal act: his birth. Trevor was born to a white Swiss father and a black

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