How being the son of a chief kept me humble: Bantu Holomisa chats about his biography The Game Changer
‘As the son of a chief, the home I grew up in was a home to all. So when the chief has meetings, he listens, and people come with different complaints. So you are a man of the people. I guess that’s why my parent named me Bantubonke, that means all the people.’
Bantu Holomisa chats about his new book, his schooldays and his meteoric rise through the ranks in the army
Bantu Holomisa: The Game Changer, an authorised biography of UDM leader Bantu Holomisa, is out now from Pan Macmillan SA.
‘We have never declared war with the ANC’ – Bantu Holomisa chats about his new book The Game Changer
Bantu Holomisa chatted to Morning Live about his new biography Bantu Holomisa: The Game Changer.
‘The sooner the ANC deal with this matter the better’ – Bantu Holomisa on Jacques Pauw’s controversial book The President’s Keepers
‘The president is at the centre stage in influencing or leading these corrupt practices.’
Holomisa and Mandela did not speak to or see each other for some time after he was shown the door by the party. “We first saw each other again when he invited me to his house at Qunu. I regarded this as an opportunity to hear from him personally what he had told a radio station about my case.
Join Pan Macmillan SA for the Joburg and Cape Town launches of the much-anticipated new book Bantu Holomisa: The Game Changer by Eric Naki.
Bantu Holomisa: The Gamechanger, an authorised biography by Eric Naki, is out from Pan Macmillan South Africa in November.
Exclusive Books and Pan Macmillan invite you to celebrate the launch of Bantu Holomisa: The Game Changer by Eric Naki.