Especially in the years since it achieved Independence in 1966, Botswana has attracted a host of admirers from all over the world who have been captivated, intrigued and sometimes puzzled by it. There is, however, no non-specialist book on Botswana which provides a feel for the place and its heritage, its personality and a sense of where it is going and from where it has come. Sandy Grant has now sought to fill that gap with this easy-to-read, handsomely illustrated book. By drawing on his years of individualistic involvement with Botswana he has been able to blend together a remarkable range of disciplines and topics. His intention has been to stimulate interest by providing an informative, whirlwind snapshot. For people interested in Botswana, this book is not merely a first, it is a must.
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