About Liz McGregor
Liz McGregor was educated at the University of Cape Town and Wits University. She was deputy editor of the Comment & Analysis pages of The Guardianbefore returning to South Africa in 2003. While on a writing fellowship at the Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research (WISER), she co-edited with Sarah Nuttall two collections of first-person accounts by leading academics and journalists on what it is to live in South Africa now: At Risk and Load-shedding: Writing On and Over the Edge of South Africa. She the author of Khabzela: The Life and Times of a South African and of Touch, Pause, Engage! a book which explores the world of South African rugby. Her latest book, Springbok Factory, was published by Jonathan Ball. She writes a rugby column for Business Day.