LISTEN | Margie Orford and Barbara Boswell discuss 'Love and Fury'

In this episode of Jonathan Ball Publishers' Pagecast episode, Barbara Boswell interviews Margie Orford about her remarkable memoir 'Love and Fury'.

LISTEN | Adam Welz and John Maytham discuss ‘The End of Eden’ — intimate ...

The End of Eden offers a unique perspective on the struggles of wild species across diverse ecosystems globally.

LISTEN | Siphiwo Mahala discusses the 60th anniversary of William Bloke ...

Feeling an exile in the country of his birth, the talented journalist and leading black intellectual William Bloke Modisane left South Africa in 1959.

Irish author Paul Lynch clinches 2023 Booker Prize

Acclaimed Irish author Paul Lynch has been awarded the 2023 Booker Prize for his fifth novel, 'Prophet Song'.

LISTEN | Caster Semenya chats about her new book, ‘The Race To Be Myself’

In this episode of Jonathan Ball Publishers' 'Pagecast' podcast, media and communications consultant Sias du Plessis chats with Caster Semenya.

LISTEN | An intoxicating mix from a prize-winning Ugandan novelist

Epic and deeply personal, the second novel from prize-winning author Jennifer Makumbi is an intoxicating mix of Ugandan folklore and modern feminism ...

LISTEN | Putting Pagad’s reign of terror to rest

At the very dawn of the country’s brave new democracy, Cape Town was at war.

LISTEN | A call to coloured communities to reclaim their identity

Coloured as an ethnicity and racial demographic is intertwined in the creation of the South Africa we have today.

LISTEN | Discussing a production journey and creative techniques

Explore the behind-the-scenes process of creating Jonathan Ball Publishers' inaugural audiobook 'Children of Sugarcane' by Joanne Joseph.

LISTEN | Evert Kleynhans and David Brock Katz discuss ‘20 Battles’ and the SA ...

Over the past century South Africa’s military has established itself in several defining battles and operations. Preferring manoeuvre over attrition, ...