Job Maseko was a South African hero who fought in the Second World War. He was sent to North Africa to drive army trucks, but the Germans took him prisoner after a short time. While he was a prisoner of war, Job made many brave decisions and carried out daring, brave acts.
Dilo tsela ke batho ke padi ye e kwesago bohloko gomme e ruma ka lethabo le go goga maikutlo a mmadi ka go fa kholofelo bophelong. Mogologolo o boletse ge a re: "Lefotwana e sego la gago o hloba le ge le lla.
Chike was keen to visit the River Niger. He requested money from his uncle, who refused. Whilst in Onitsha, he washed cars and got the money. Whilst on the other side, he lost track of time and missed the last boat back. Chike's breathtaking adventures began.
Diamonds are Forever is an adapted Pre-intermediate Level reader written by Ian Fleming. In another classic Bond story, Diamonds are Forever see's 007 sent to investigate a dangerous diamond-smuggling gang. The mission leads him to Las Vegas where he must escape the fury of the evil Spang brothers. Includes an Audio CD.
Bridget Jones's Diary is an adapted Intermediate level reader written by Helen Fielding. This is the story of a loveable lady called Bridget and her troubles with men, weight and wine. Having made four New Year's resolutions will this help to solve Bridget's troubles?
Daisy Miller is an adapted Pre-intermediate Level reader written by Henry James. In this classic Henry James masterpiece, the story of Daisy Miller explains how understanding the society she lived in and recognising respectable behaviour and proper manners counted for everything.
Casino Royale is an adapted Pre-intermediate Level reader written by Ian Fleming. In this classic series of James Bond novels, Casino Royale puts 007 up against a powerful Russian Agent called Le Chiffre. When Bond defeats him in a game of cards, he believes his mission is over. But Le Chiffre has other ideas.
Cambridge Eleven is a growing series of original literature written principally for 13 to 17 year-old readers. Titles are only published in the language they were originally written in. Cambridge Eleven refers to the eleven official languages of South Africa, and not the number of titles in the series.