Robert Greig

Robert Greig was the arts editor of the Sunday Independent. He lives in London.

A Necklace of Springbok Ears: /Xam orality and South African literature by Helize van Vuuren

Robert Greig Books and writers 2017-05-03

"Helize van Vuuren describes her essays in the field of Bushman studies as a monograph. Perhaps. It is, however, the wide-ranging and delicately intelligent work of a polymath."

Robert Greig on the language debate at Stellenbosch University

Robert Greig Universiteitseminaar | University Seminar 2017-04-10

"Perhaps those who cherish Afrikaans, speak it, write it and exist in it would be better off considering new mechanisms to preserve it through action."

Once we were sisters by Sheila Kohler: a book review

Robert Greig Books and writers 2017-03-28

"Sheila Kohler’s tender, searing autobiographical memoir is emotionally and technically intelligent, shaped by a sense of the dangers of self-regard."

The future of Stellenbosch and Pretoria universities

Robert Greig Universiteitseminaar | University Seminar 2016-07-01

"Consultation, for want of a better word, with the universities alone is not enough. The matter should have been subject to systematic public discussion."