Join Allen Ambor on a rock 'n roll ride through the restaurant business and pioneering days of franchising in South Africa. Ambor's exuberance for life and exacting management style shine through on every page of this biography of the man who went from being a hippy waiter to opening the first Spur in 1967.
The detail you need - at a size you can read. No more squinting to read the index or guessing whether that really is the village you want. Philip's new range of super-clear, large-scale maps means that everyone can read easily. Easy to use, too, as an A3 spiral bound road atlas that lies flat when opened.
In this celebration of Jewish life at the tip of the African continent, businessman and philanthropist, Tony Raphaely, has curated stunning individual and group portraits that collectively represent a snapshot in time of Cape Town's vibrant Jewish community.
HIT THE ROAD explores the top must-see travel stops for visitors intent on discovering all this extraordinary country has to offer, from wine estates, heritage sites, museums and art galleries to wildlife destinations such as private game reserves and national parks.
This book not only focuses only on the major tourist attractions that are so familiar to South Africans, but rather delves into lesser known, more unusual activities. From hiking, mountain biking and wildlife and bird watching to fishing and beachcombing, this book has some new surprises.