Sunday Times/CNA Literary Awards 2021 longlists Non-Fiction

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Sunday Times/CNA Literary Awards 2021 longlists Non-Fiction

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Non Fiction

Inside the Belly of the Beast: The Real Bosasa Story by Angelo Agrizzi (Truth Be Told Publishers)

War Party: How the ANC's Political Killings are Breaking South Africa by Greg Ardé (Tafelberg)

Madness: Stories of Uncertainty and Hope by Sean Baumann (Jonathan Ball Publishers)

Autopsy: Life in the Trenches with a Forensic Pathologist in Africa by Ryan Blumenthal (Jonathan Ball Publishers)

And Wrote My Story Anyway: Black South African Women's Novels as Feminism by Barbara Boswell (Wits University Press)

Dance of the Dung Beetles: Their Role in our Changing World by Marcus Byrne & Helen Lunn (Wits University Press)

The Murder of Ahmed Timol: My Search for the Truth by Imtiaz A Cajee (Jacana Media)

Safari Nation: A Social History of the Kruger National Park by Jacob Dlamini (Jacana Media)

The Pink Line: Journeys Across the World's Queer Frontiers by Mark Gevisser (Jonathan Ball Publishers)

Radio Soundings: South Africa and the Black Modern by Liz Gunner (Wits University Press)

Rebels and Rage: Reflecting on #FeesMustFall by Adam Habib (Jonathan Ball Publishers)

So, for the Record: Behind the Headlines in an Era of State Capture by Anton Harber (Jonathan Ball Publishers)

These Are Not Gentle People: A True Story by Andrew Harding (Picador Africa)

Death and the After Parties: A Memoir by Joanne Hichens (Karavan Press)

The Misery Merchants: Life and Death in a Private South African Prison by Ruth Hopkins (Jacana Media)

Learning Lessons by Jonathan Jansen (Bookstorm)

Promised Land: Exploring South Africa's Land Conflict by Karl Kemp (Penguin Non-fiction)

Khamr: The Makings of a Waterslams by Jamil F Khan (Jacana Media)

Because I Couldn't Kill You: On her Feminist Struggle, Missing Father and the Myths of Memory by Kelly-Eve Koopman (Melinda Ferguson Books)

Of Motherhood and Melancholia: Notebook of a Psycho-ethnographer by Lou-Marié Kruger (University of KwaZulu-Natal Press/Women)

The Land Wars: The Dispossession of the Khoisan and AmaXhosa in the Cape Colony by John Laband (Penguin Non-fiction)

Becoming Men: Black Masculinities in a South African Township by Malose Langa (Wits University Press)

Gangster State: Unravelling Ace Magashule's Web of Capture by Pieter-Louis Myburgh (Penguin Non-fiction)

The Blackridge House: A Memoir by Julia Martin (Jonathan Ball Publishers)

Violence and Solace: The Natal Civil War in Late-Apartheid South Africa by Mxolisi R Mchunu (University of KwaZulu-Natal Press)

The Lie of 1652: A Decolonised History of Land by Patric Tariq Mellet (Tafelberg)

All Rise: A Judicial Memoir by Dikgang Moseneke (Picador Africa)

Wanted Dead & Alive: The Case for South Africa's Cattle by Gregory Mthembu-Salter (Cover2Cover)

Women in Solitary: Inside the Female Resistance to Apartheid by Shanthini Naidoo (Tafelberg)

Predator Politics: Mabuza, Fred Daniel and the Great Land Scam by Rehana Rossouw (Jacana Media)

Death Flight: Apartheid's Secret Doctrine of Disappearance by Michael Schmidt (Tafelberg)

Dirty Tobacco: Spies, Lies and Mega-Profits — A SARS Insider Spills the Beans on Global Crime by Telita Snyckers (Tafelberg)

One Day in Bethlehem by Jonny Steinberg (Jonathan Ball Publishers)

Parcel of Death: The Biography of Onkgopotse Abram Tiro by Gaongalelwe Tiro (Picador Africa)

Corridors of Death: Struggling to Exist in Historically White Institutions by Malaika wa Azania (Blackbird Books)

The Whistleblowers by Mandy Wiener (Pan Macmillan South Africa)

My Only Story: The Hunt for a Serial Paedophile by Deon Wiggett (Penguin Non-fiction)

Made in South Africa: A Black Woman's Stories of Rage, Resistance and Progress by Lwando Xaso (Tracey MacDonald Publishers)