Really, Don't Panic!: Positive messages by South Africans, for South Africans by Alan Knott-CraigReally, Don't Panic!: Positive messages by South Africans, for South Africans by Alan Knott-Craig

Really, Don't Panic!: Positive messages by South Africans, for South Africans

byAlan Knott-Craig

Paperback | October 1, 2014

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South Africans remember when electricity load shedding brought the country to a standstill in 2008. There was a rush on generators and property in Perth, Australia. An email from Alan Knott-Craig reminding South Africans of the upsides to living in South Africa went viral and elicited responses from thousands of South Africans - Don't Panic! was a book that captured a moment in SA history. Fast forward to 2014, and load shedding is forgotten (mostly), the country hosted the soccer world cup and survived the global recession, but now the panic feeling is settling in again. The currency is crashing, politics dominate headlines, service delivery protests are everywhere. Read the advice of Alan Knott-Craig, Alec Hogg, Max du Preez, Siya Mnyanda, Brand Pretorius and a host of others (well-known people, ordinary South Africans and international citizens drawn to South Africa) who tell us: Really, Don't Panic!
Alan Knott-Craig is 'n welbekende Suid-Afrikaanse teg-preneur wat in sosiale media, telekommunikasie en sosiale-impaktegnologie spesialiseer. Hy is die redigeerder van die 2008-blitsverkoper Don't Panic! en die skrywer van Mobinomics, die storie van Mxit - die grootste sosialenetwerkinstrument in Afrika. Die W?reld Ekonomiese Forum het...
Title:Really, Don't Panic!: Positive messages by South Africans, for South AfricansFormat:PaperbackDimensions:112 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.68 inPublished:October 1, 2014Publisher:BookstormLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1920434852

ISBN - 13:9781920434854

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