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Embracing African creativity and celebrating 20 years of democracy

Good ideas contain unfathomable journeys. Good ideas exceed those who generate them. Good ideas are for the greater good. Good ideas are good because they can be connected to other good ideas.
Embracing African creativity and celebrating 20 years of democracy - Random House Struik
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100 Good Ideas: Celebrating 20 Years of Democracy embraces South African creativity. From iconic people and worthwhile innovations to inspiring designs and useful trends, the 100 good ideas presented in this book are as extraordinary as they are diverse. 100 Good Ideas focuses on what makes African creativity a distinctive, valuable resource, celebrating its commitment to goodness.

Brendon Bell-Roberts is co-founder of the Sustain our Africa summit, expo and festival and the Change Agent Communications Consultancy. His projects combine creativity, sustainability and positive change, helping to define the future Africa. For the past 20 years Brendon has been designing, curating and publishing. With more than 100 major publications and exhibitions under his belt, he has helped launch the careers of many of South Africa's top artists and creatives. Together with his wife Suzette he is the founder and publisher of Art South Africa magazine, which has evolved into a digital platform in keeping with his focus on the role of creativity, sustainability and positive change in the African digital revolution.

Ashraf Jamal has been writing about South Africa for the past 20 years, a country he finds 'fascinatingly perverse, morally dubious, and immensely creative'. He teaches Film and Media at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology and serves as editor of Art South Africa. Ashraf is the co-editor of Indian Ocean Studies and the co-author of Art South Africa: The Future Present. He is also the author of a novel, Love Themes for the Wilderness, a collection of short fiction, The Shades, and Predicaments of Culture in South Africa, a treatise on love and being human. He lives in Cape Town with his daughters Sahar and Mira Jaan.

ISBN: 978 141 520 6799 | RRP: R350.00 | CLASSIFICATION: Non-Fiction: Current Affairs, Society & Culture

Available at all good book stores nationwide. For more information visit www.randomstruik.co.za.

    
 

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