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Barry Ronge

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The Sunday Times

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The News Building 1 London Bridge Street

London, Greater London,SE1 9GF

United Kingdom

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The Sunday Times is the UK's largest circulation quality Sunday newspaper with a circulation of 787,256 (ABC Dec 2014). Over 390,000 people subscribe to the digital and/or print editions of The Sunday Times and The Times. Renowned for its technological innovat... more.

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nataliegamsu.net

Barry Ronge - The Sunday Times, S Africa


www.booktrade.info

This is the 15th edition of the Sunday Times Fiction Prize, but the first it bears the name of Barry Ronge, the Sunday Times' longtime arts commentator who was one of the founders of our literary awards.


www.shakespearepost.com

Barry Ronge, a writer for The Times in South Africa, doesn't think the National Theatre's plan to put a filmed version of their production of All's Well That Ends Well into cinemas across America, Europe and Africa will work.
To read his full article, please click here.


www.shortell.org

Barry Ronge, senior film writer at South Africa's Sunday Times, said it is indicative of a new generation for whom apartheid is history.


www.sundaytimes.co.za

Sunday Times Editor Mondli Makhanya welcomed guests at the event compered by columnist Barry Ronge, saying South African writing used to be dominated by the twin themes of liberation and struggle.


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