Warfare by Other Means: South Africa in the 1980s and 1990s by Peter Stiff 

This explosive book explores the methods of highly unconventional warfare conducted by South Africa’s secret intelligence and covert warfare units, always highly deniable and one step away from the official war machine during the final years of apartheid. It is mostly compiled from first hand of operators who took part.

"I believe Peter Stiff’s trilogy is one of the best accounts of the border war"
Ockie Geyser, Professor Emeritus
Professor of History at the University of Free State



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