South Africa: More Good News Stories

Published: 01-MAY-04

edited by Brett Bowes and Steuart Pennington

A sequel to the bestseller South Africa, The Good News, South Africa: More Good News Stories is a must have for anyone intersted in South Africa. The 20 chapters, with contributions from 37 prominent South Africans, convincingly raise and discuss issues why South Africa is capable of leading the world into the future. The book skillfully puts under the spotlight, among a host of issues, South Africa's transition into a multiparty democracy - and tackles politics and economics from the point of view of job creation, technological advancement, Investment ratings, Black Economic Empowerment, the New Partnership for Africa's Development, the Banking Sector, and the Media.

Contributors include political, social and economic heavyweights such as Trevor Manuel, Ronnie Kasrils, Proffessor Kader Asmal, and Joel Netshitenzhe. The book aims to counter corporate and overall negativity in communicating the "South African Story" as gloomy - by presenting well researched facts presented with diverse expert opinions.

Publisher:< South Africa - The Good News (Pty) Ltd p> ISBN 0- 620- 31384-6

Selling Price: R 399.00

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