Rhodesia gone forever - Books by Ben Bezuidenhout
Books

Stay in Touch
with nature
The famous Red Indian, by the name of Seattle was approaced by the President of the United States of America in an attempt to buy the Chief's land. His reply makes very interesting reading and is pertinent as we endeavour to explore the value of the outdoor experience.
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Price: R70.00

Never a Dull Moment
(Life In A Retirement Centre)
Having spent ten years as manager of a Retirement Centre, is has been a privilege and, indeed, an honour to have lived amongst such wonderful people
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Price: R80.00

My Mothers Kitchen was a Baobab
(The Story of a Rhodesian Family)
Now in its third printing. This book is an autobiographical romance. Ben Bezuidenhout expresses with affection and deep love, the natural and human environment in which he grew up.
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Price: R130.00

A Brick and a Tickey High
(More Stories of a Rhodesian Family)
The overwhelming success of My Mother's Kitchen was a Baobab, now in its third printing, was the reason for writing A Brick and a Tickey High.
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Price: R70.00

I Can't Walk Away
When Robert Mugabe instigated the third chimurenga (war) at the turn of the century, he unleashed thousands of war veterans onto the white farmlands in Zimbabwe and had the farmers evicted.
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Price: R70.00

This Bleeding Piece of Earth
This is a very readable book about Rhodesia/Zimbabwe. The story centres around two men, friends from childhood, the one becomes a wealthy mining magnate and the other President of the country.
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Price: R70.00

The 10.20 to Grahamstown
(The Blaauwkrantz Bridge Railway Disaster)
A tragic episode from Grahamstown's past. Ben Bezuidenhout spent two years researching the event and the result is a very readable book about, what was at the time in 1911, the worst disaster in peace time South Africa.
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Price: R70.00

Simply The Best
(100 Bathurst Agricultural Shows)
It was a great honour when I was asked to write the history of the Bathurst Agricultural Show when it celebrated its Centenary.
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Price: R70.00

My Ma se Kombuis was 'n Kremetert
(Die verhaal van 'n Rhodesiese Familie)
In My Ma se Kombuis was 'n Kremetart 'n outobiografiese teks, gee Ben Bezuidenhout uitdrukking aan sy diepgewortelde liefde vir die natuur waarin hy opgegroei het.
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Price: R70.00

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