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Johannesburg Then and Now

Johannesburg Then and Now


*2023 update: The book has sadly become ‘remaindered’ (I prefer the music industry term ‘deleted’). This means it is offered to non-traditional and second-hand dealers to sell at a greatly royalty-free reduced price. The eBook version remains unchanged and is continuously available on Amazon.

I recommend trying Bookdealers (branches in Melville, Rivonia and Blue Bird Centre as well as their online site below)

Johannesburg Then and Now | Marc Latilla

Books are likely still available at Exclusive Books and Readers Warehouse branches in South Africa and other good book retailers.

They can also be ordered online at the following sites:

Takealot (South Africa)

Exclusive Books online (South Africa)

Loot (South Africa)

Raru (South Africa)

Telegraph Bookshop (UK)

The Amazon links under eBooks also include Hardcover versions for those not living in South Africa.

eBook version

Amazon UK (Kindle and Hardcover version)

Amazon US (Kindle and Hardcover version)

Google Play Store (Worldwide)

Apple iBook Store (Worldwide excl. South Africa)

Barnes & Noble (US)


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