Peter Anderson Interview – The Unspeakable – Conflict of a white South African in the apartheid years.

Peter Anderson  Interview – The Unspeakable – Conflict of a white South African in the apartheid years.

While browsing through Twitter one day I came across the fascinating account of Peter Anderson When I heard about his novel The Unspeakable, I knew this was a man I needed to talk to. Any South African and indeed anyone with an interest in the compulsion of indoctrination and the wheres and whyfores of why a group of people will act in the way they do needs to read this. It’s the mid-1980s, the era of so-called reformist apartheid, and South Africa is in flames. Police and military are gunning  down children at…

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Now That’s What I Call Music! Turns 30. A look through time.

Now That’s What I Call Music! Turns 30. A look through time.

Now That’s What I Call A Long Time. Most of us have grown up with the Now That’s What I Call Music! (Now! for short) compilations. Can’t actually remember a time when we didn’t have them, and it’s not surprising, since the first one came out in 1983. (I’m talking the UK here guys, and other parts of the world – Europe, and South Africa). The Now! series didn’t come out in the United States until 1998. In South Africa the series started in 1984. It should be noted that…

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