Fierce, funny, harrowing ... Andile Gaelesiwe tells her story

Andile Gaelesiwe is celebrated across SA as the adored host of Khumbul’ ekhaya on SABC 1. Yet few know that behind the glamour of her public image, ...

Recipe: banana fritters à la Fatima Sydow

The Cape Malay cooking queen shares her recipe for banana fritters, which still reminds her of her Bo-Kaap neighbour, Fatima Bobbs.

Launch: 'Christine' by Eva Mazza (Thursday)

Evocative of the Netflix hit series 'Emily in Paris', Eva Mazza’s latest page-turner is sexy, deep and hilarious.

Fiction Friday | 'A Coat of Many Colours' by Fred Khumalo

‘So have you seen an animal being slaughtered?’ His grandpa is frowning. ‘No, Grandpa, I have not. But today I’m going to see it done.'

Fred Khumalo stitches together sketches of SA life in short story collection

In 'A Coat of Many Colours', award-winning author Fred Khumalo presents a patchwork of various vibrant stories befitting the collection’s title.

A hair-volutionary embrace of all things curl-curious, natural and healthy

'The Big South African Hair Book' is a celebration of #NaturalHair and an exploration of the South African #NaturalHair community.

Introducing Mondays with Melusi

While Melusi Tshabalala has previously talked to Khaya Dlanga and Fred Khumalo about his book — 'Magenge, We Need to Talk' — this time he will talk ...

Time to open up ... talk more ... change - SA author's call to black men

'Magenge, We Need to Talk: Conversations With Black Men' is bestselling author Melusi Tshabalala's call to men to open up, talk more, listen more and ...

'Kwanele, Enough!' is the story of Andy Kawa’s battle with police to find ...

Accomplished businesswoman Andy Kawa’s life was changed irrevocably when, on a summer’s day in 2010, she took a stroll on the popular King’s Beach in ...

Working with rhinos inspired SA-born screenwriter to heal her broken self

Helena Kriel ultimately finds her sense of belonging and learns from the rhinos that “you grow where life puts you down”.