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Open Book

Freelance
Portfolio

Books & Reviews
  • Rainbow Reading ( Cape Times December 12 2006)

  • Something to celebrate ( Cape Times December 12 2006)

  • A share in the future ( Teacher July 2006)

  • Steinway stakes a claim (Cape Times March 2007)

  • Blowing their own trumpets ( Teacher July 2007)

  • Women novelists publish locally ( Citizen August 2007)

  • An alphabet of crime (Mail&Guardian )

  • Is there a leader in the pack? ( Mail&GuardianApril2008)

  • Philips Cape to Cairo Road Show ( In-house Symposium 2011)

  • In a Class of It’s Own ( Private Edition 2011)

  • Daring to Dream ( Private Edition 2011)

  • Nothing in Moderation ( Private Edition 2010 )

  • A Sound Investment  - Steinway Pianos ( Private Edition 2010)

  • Dark Video – Click With Caution ( Sunday Times September 2008)

  • Rally to Read – More than a Corporate Gesture)

  • A Khayelitsha Caper ( Country Life, October 2011)

  • Lock up your daughters ( Mercury February 2012)

  • Bloomsbury in Cape Town ( Cape Times November 2011)

 

Business
  • Business schools for Africa (Mail & Guardian – August 2, 2002)

  • Training corporate leaders – employment equity (Mail & Guardian – August 2, 2002)

  • Corporate travel incentives (Business Travel Now – November 3, 2001)

  • The pleasure principle – alternative investments (Men’s Health, Dec 2001)

  • Management issues in the new millennium ( Mail & Guardian, Getting Ahead, Post-graduate education supplement, August 3rd 2001)

  •  Is an MBA still relevant in the new millennium?( Sunday Business Times, January 21 2001)

  • MBA’s are spoiled for choice. (Business Day, November 20, 2000)

  • Techno Trends – the virtual office. (Equinox, Issue 3, 1999)

  • Commercial banking – Standard Bank. (in-house publication)

  • Rand Merchant Bank – a historical perspective (in-house publication)

  • Deloitte Consulting adopts Pretoria Child Welfare (in-house publication)

  • Isabel Jones joins forces with Telkom (in-house publication)

  • New Kids on the Block – emerging business schoolCorporate head hunters (In-house Symposium 2011)

Travel
  • Do try to see Argentina  (Saturday Star – Travel Section – 4 August 2001)

  • Global Village – British Hills (Diversions 27, 2000)

  • Japan – country of Contrasts  ( Saturday Star Travel Supplement)

  • Japan – A South African perspective (Saturday Star – Travel Section. September 1, 2001)

  • Tips for the SA traveller in Japan (Travel Now – January 2002)

  • Ulusaba – Virgin territory

  • Russia by River ( Saturday Star Travel Supplement)

  • A sip of Southern Spain ( Weekend Argus/ Saturday Star)

  • Starry starry night ( Weekend Argus/ Saturday Star/ Alive)

  • Alaska is Awesome (Weekend Argus/ Sunday Tribune)

  • Redcoats, Zulus  - and David Rattray ( Saturday Star - 2007)

  • Modern Mauritius ( Saturday Star – 2008)

  • In England’s green and pleasant midlands ( Saturday Star – 2009)

  • Zagreb – Cafes, Cathedrals and Catholics ( Weekender – 2009)

  • Gearing up for the Winter Olympics – Vancouver 2010 ( Saturday Star  February 2010)

  • Premier Classe – Shosoloza Meyl Goes Up-Market ( The Weekender)

  • Chicago – Technology is Trumps (Saturday Star April 2011)

 

Humour
  • Heavy petting ( Alive)

  • Bush Widow Blues (Fair Lady)

  • Lucid Lies

  • Travels in Wonderland

  • The Blackboard Jungle ( Fair Lady)

  • Sandpit saga ( Fair Lady)

  • A Bridge too far?

 

Health
  • Autism – mind-blindness ( Mail & Guardian, May 4 2001)

  • Allopathic medicine and holistic healing

  • Discrimination against the mentally ill (Mail & Guardian, October 12 2001: DASG GlaxoSmithKline Media Excellence Award 2001)

  • Goals in Sight ( Teacher)

  • A Cautionary Tale ( Woman and Home, October 2011)

 

Media Work

Corporate Communication Consultants -SOS Children’s Villages  

  • Success stories – Dorcus Mashale,Jerome Janetjies,Lucky Zwane,Audrey Mothupi

  • Architecture – building dreams in concrete

  • Bequests – the will to make it happen.

  • Happy birthday, Herman Gmeiner!

       Zebra Art Register 2002

  • Street children’s art

  • Absa Atelier awards

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