Playing the Enemy
Nelson Mandela and the Game That Made a Nation

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As the day of the final of the 1995 Rugby World Cup dawned, and the Springboks faced New Zealand's all-conquering All Blacks, more was at stake than a sporting trophy. When Nelson Mandela appeared wearing a Springboks jersey and led the all-white Afrikaner-dominated team in singing South Africa's new national anthem, he conquered the hearts of white South Africa. Playing the Enemy tells the extraordinary human story of how that moment became possible. It shows how a sport, once the preserve of South Africa's Afrikaans-speaking minority, came to unify the new rainbow nation, and tells of how - just occasionally - something as simple as a game really can help people to rise above themselves and see beyond their differences.

AuthorJohn Carlin
EditionTie-In - (Now filmed as Invictus)
Height780 mm
Length508 mm
Width87 mm
Weight110 g
Language TypePublished
MPN1x 8pp b/w plate section
Number Of Pages288
Part Number1x 8pp b/w plate section
Product GroupBook
Publication Date2009-05-28
PublisherGrove Atlantic
StudioGrove Atlantic
Sales Rank92580

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