50 People Who Stuffed Up South Africa

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Delving into culture, politics, sports, and war, this list of the worst villains in South Africa's history is inspired by books such as 110 People Who Are Screwing up America. The project provides a solid a roster of people have steered the good ship South Africa firmly in the wrong direction by virtue of their ruinous megalomania, foul beliefs, or general idiocy. Among those profiled are 1652 explorer Jan van Riebeeck, warmonger Lord Milner, Cecil Rhodes, and sports villain ...

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Overview

Delving into culture, politics, sports, and war, this list of the worst villains in South Africa's history is inspired by books such as 110 People Who Are Screwing up America. The project provides a solid a roster of people have steered the good ship South Africa firmly in the wrong direction by virtue of their ruinous megalomania, foul beliefs, or general idiocy. Among those profiled are 1652 explorer Jan van Riebeeck, warmonger Lord Milner, Cecil Rhodes, and sports villain Richie Benaud.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781920137335
  • Publisher: Jacana Media
  • Publication date: 2/1/2011
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Alexander Parker is the author of 25 Cars to Drive Before You Die.

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Table of Contents

Randall Abrahams 13

Coleman Andrews 14

Wouter Basson 18

Richie Benaud 22

The bitter expat 25

Sepp Blatter 27

PW Botha 32

Lord Carnarvon 37

Bheki Cele 39

Leonard Chuene 43

Hansie Cronje 47

Eugene de Kock 51

Dingane 55

Alec Erwin 58

Bartle Frere 64

The guy I sat next to at the polo 68

Steve Hofmeyr 71

Sol Kerzner 74

Lord Kitchener 78

Louis Luyt 82

DF Malan 86

Julius Malema 90

Ananias Mathe 94

Khanyi Mbau 98

Thabo Mbeki 100

Lord Milner 106

The minibus taxi driver 109

Joe Modise 112

Patrice Motsepe 116

Robert Mugabe 118

Essop Pahad 122

Kevin Pietersen 124

Andries Pretorius 128

Cecil John Rhodes 130

Jackie Selebi 136

Schabir Shaik 140

Shaka 145

Stella Sigcau 150

Rudolf Straeuli 154

Mike Sutcliffe 159

Eugène Terre'Blanche 161

Mark Thatcher 166

Andries Treurnicht 170

Manto Tshabalala-Msimang 174

Jan van Riebeeck 179

Marthinus van Schalkwyk 183

Hendrik Verwoerd 186

BJ Vorster 193

Snuki Zikalala 196

Jacob Zuma 200

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