Sebastian Daniels – Reading between the coffee grounds

Coffee is undoubtedly a good ingredient to connect friends to friends, but Sebastian Daniels also found it a good medium through which to connect to his journalist dad – by means of a blog. This went on to help him connect to a whole new community – and from there into the beginnings of a bridge-building business and social movement between the suburbs and the townships. It’s called Ground Culture and you are invited to share Seb’s passion.

Ground Culture was founded in early 2018 as a platform to develop and grow support for entrepreneurs in and around Cape Town.

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Book Stories People is a podcast for people with an appetite for the story behind the story. Whether a book, a play, a movie, poem, song, a blog – or even a tweet, there’s always a back story – more to it than meets the eye. Or the ear. And that’s often where the gold lies. So that’s what I hope to bring you on BSP, the less well-trumpeted tales, the inside intel – from wordsmiths of all disciplines – known, unknown celebrity or completely unheard of. And who am I? You might well ask. Just an independent journalist from the tip of Africa with an appetite for stories that matches your own. Nancy Richards, yours in stories.

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Jean du Plessis – On the Block

A punishing mountain cycle challenge, a words and pictures book of close looking and listening, and a maxim of action-learning all make up one man’s world view. Join him for the ride…

Dan Retief – Golf in the Sunshine

The Sunshine Tour is a professional golf tour based in South Africa – a country which has proven itself by producing some of the world’s finest players. The game itself has an interesting history as well as present and potential future in South Africa – a great deal of which sports journalist Dan Retief has captured in a generously outsized book called The Sunshine Boys – the epic story of how South Africa’s golfers conquered the world. He looks at the game heroically but honestly with all its pros and cons.

Rachel & Jonathan Ancer – Sharing a second Chance

Three years ago, a bone marrow transplant gave eight year old Rachel Ancer a new life. In Rachel’s Second Chance, the book that she wrote with a little help from her parents Jonathan and Jean Ancer – she tells her story and the mysteries of bone marrow transplants are simply explained. The book is available through the SA Bone Marrow Registry on www.sabmr.co.za

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