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London Book Launch of After the Party at Foyles

After the Party London Launch Invite

I’m pleased to invite Londoners to the UK launch of After the Party on 28 February at Foyles. (Full details below.)

For those wishing to know more about the book, these links should prove of interest:

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Johannesburg Book Launch Remarks

After the Party was launched in Johannesburg on 6 Nov 2007; here are my notes from the occasion.

Thank you all for being here. It is great to see so many TAC comrades here, the true heroes of SA democracy. It is wonderful to see so many old and new friends, including a number of former colleagues, Mark Philips and Roddy Payne; Murphy Morobe, Laloo Chiba and Ahmed Kathrada – heroes of the struggle and early years of democracy, who characterise what is best about the ANC.

There are also many of the journalists, such as Sam Sole and Peta Thorneycroft, who have kept the arms deal and the crucial issues it evoked, alive. They represent one of the most crucial elements of our democracy in these strange but interesting times.

When I arrived in the country ten days ago I was asked “why this book, why now?” I answer that question with a quote from one of Africa’s foremost, and bravest novelists, Ngugi wa Thiong’o, who writes in his novel Devil on the Cross:


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Welcome to Andrew Feinstein’s Blog

Andrew FeinsteinGreetings readers and welcome to my blog.

Since After the Party‘s publication earlier this month (see launch coverage), I have been overwhelmed by the response – and have never been so busy. I’d like to take this chance to thank my friends and supporters, who’ve been with me every step of the way during this whirlwind experience, and all those who purchase and read the book. I could not have imagined that it would meet with such a reception.

Upcoming events on the book tour include a discussion with the community forum Living Newspaper, at the Marais Road Synagogue centre in Sea Point, Cape Town. It’s this Tuesday, 13 November, at 8pm and all are welcome. Perhaps I’ll see you there.


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