The Sword and the Pen



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Allister Haddon Sparks was a South African writer, journalist and political commentator He was the editor of The Rand Daily Mail when it broke Muldergate, the story of how the apartheid government secretly funded information projects.Sparks later wrote a number of critically acclaimed books on South Africa s transition from apartheid, including Tomorrow is Another Country 1996 , The Mind of Sout

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  • 626 pages
  • The Sword and the Pen
  • Allister Sparks
  • English
  • 24 July 2018

10 thoughts on “The Sword and the Pen

  1. Craig Strydom says:

    Brilliant and insightful A journalist with a huge amount of integrity, and main player in the fight against apartheid at a time when the press was bombarded daily by the ruling party I highly recommend this book.

  2. Gerald Du preez says:

    Five stars says it all A must read for South Africans and anyone else who seeks to gain a glimpse of the South African narrative through the eyes of one of its brave, influential and loyal patriots.

  3. Dingaan says:

    a beautifully written book on his life in south Africa.

  4. Jan Van says:

    An utterly interesting book, telling the story of South Africa as witnesses by one of its finest journalists Blending in personal experience makes it so much real I strongly recommend it to all interested in a balanced view of SA history.

  5. Daniel Mouton says:

    An excellent book, giving an account of a full life, and an overview of the tumultuous six decades of South African history Sparks reported on A must read.

  6. Ryan Wulfsohn says:

    Should be read by everyone with any interest in South African politics and history Immediately

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