Mila de Villiers is the editor of the Sunday Times's books website. She has a penchant for chronically re-reading old favourites, penning articles which far exceed the (expected) limit of 1,500 words, and including Saffa-isms wherever she can. Lekker.
Eswatini-born Ntsika Kota, 29, was announced as the winner of the Commonwealth Short Story Prize 2022 on June 21.
Mila de Villiers chats to Lionel Shriver (in person!) about her latest book Should We Stay or Should We Go, death and Brexit
After a hiatus of two years, the annual literary festival in the quaint Western Cape dorpie of Franschhoek has reappropriated its essence
'On the Devil’s Trail: How I hunted down the Krugersdorp Killers' was recently launched at Exclusive Books in Rosebank.
The fair takes place on May 21.
'Sacred Nature Volume II' is an awe-inspiring visual homage to our planet, writes Mila de Villiers
African scribes continue to reign supreme on the literary awards front.
The winners of the Exclusive Books International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) SA Picture Book Award were announced on April 20 during an ...
Professor emeritus Vivian de Klerk speaks about 'Serpent Crescent'.
The annual Franschhoek Literary Festival is taking place in person for the first time since 2019