An insider’s view from a man who took a brave stand for his country

Compelling and revelatory, Themba Maseko's 'For My Country' shows what it takes to stand up for one’s principles and defy the most powerful man in ...

Extract: ‘Native Boy’ by Thabo A. Molefe

On its strength, a man is acknowledged in the townships either as an ingakara, the upwardly mobile man about town, or as an isithipha, the ...

‘I Am A Girl From Africa’ is one woman’s extraordinary story about making a ...

For more than two decades, Elizabeth Nyamayaro has been instrumental in creating change in communities all around the world and uplifting the lives ...

A 'country bumpkin's' search for identity in transitional, urban SA

Thabo Abram Molefe was just six years old when he and his family left their tenancy on a Boschfontein farm. Their destination: a vacant stand in ...

Win a signed copy of Rupi Kaur's 'home body'

Rupi Kaur constantly embraces growth, and in 'home body', she walks readers through a reflective and intimate journey visiting the past, the present ...

50 years of powerful protest poetry

'Years of Fire and Ash: South African Poems of Decolonisation', brings together some of the most remarkable and thought-provoking poems that have ...

Journey from war-torn hell to international recognition as doctor on Covid ...

In 1994,16-year-old Emmanuel Taban walked out of war-ravaged Sudan with nothing and nowhere to go. He made a long and harrowing journey to SA.

Jeffrey Archer returns to HarperCollins in major three book deal

HarperCollins announced a major three book deal for World English Rights with internationally bestselling author Jeffrey Archer.

Doctor Joan heeded the call of the wild

Dr Joan Louwrens has always been drawn to wild places, which are balm to her soul.

Extract from 'Miracle Men' to celebrate a year since SA won the Rugby World Cup

Sportswriter Lloyd Burnard takes the reader on the thrilling journey of a Springbok team that went from no-hopers to world champions.

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