An important and ground-breaking book by the world-famous reporter, Donald Woods, whose escape from South Africa was captured in the sensational and moving Richard Attenborough film, 'Cry Freedom', in 1988. The film has become a major teaching instrument in schools and universities worldwide.
Woods is now recognised by most as a serious commentator on the country of his birth, and in this book, he casts a critical and affectionate eye over the events that have changed the shape of South Africa in the eyes of the world over the past two decades. From politics to sport and religion, Woods unpicks the social fabric of this intriguing country that was once a pariah state.
- Publication Date:
- 02 / 03 / 2004
- 129 x 198mm