Jonathan Ball Publishers has now joined the audiobook revolution through a partnership with Audible – the global leader in audio books.
Impeccably researched, deftly written, and told in the style of a political thriller, Two Weeks in November is Ocean’s 11 meets Game of Thrones.
Book review: The Last Hurrah, by Graham Viney is a fascinating account of a pivotal moment in South African history.
Great reading material this month from Jonathan Ball Publishers, the leading publisher and distributor of English general books in South Africa.
Vosloo’s story is not just one of newspapers and politics but also one of singular business and commercial success as the Naspers Group evolved from a print group to an electronic company with significant investments across the world.
In this book, Vanderkam reveals the seven counter-intuitive principles the most time-free people have adopted. She teaches mindset shifts to help you feel calm on the busiest days and tools to help you get more done without feeling overwhelmed.
The short stories in this collection are all set in the old Karoo – in a place and time before tarred roads, television and the internet replaced horse-drawn carriages, steam-engine trains and fireside storytelling.
Packed with extensive enhancements, including new international case studies, and more strategies to introduce and maintain action learning programs within an organization, Optimizing the Power of Action Learning delivers an innovative and fresh perspective.
In Ramaphosa: Path to Power veteran journalist Ray Hartley reveals how Cyril Ramaphosa pulled off one of the greatest political comebacks of modern times, and what lies in store for the new president as he embarks on a hefty clean-up operation of a country in shambles.
In this inventive new narrative, John Rapley retells the history of economics not as the science it strives to be, but as the modern religion as which it often functions...
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