Fiction Friday | 'They Got to You Too' by Futhi Ntshingila

What little Kristina did tell me about my birth left me convinced that I had killed my ma.

Futhi Ntshingila's new novel describes the safe coming together of most ...

Futhi Ntshingila is a writer from Pietermaritzburg. The author of 'Shameless' and 'Do Not Go Gentle', her work centres on women and marginalised ...

A child’s dangerous journey of discovery

Mandla Langa captures with poignancy the perspective of a vulnerable yet determined child and the clashing emotions within him as he seeks to reunite ...

Fiction Friday | 'Soul Sisters' by Lesley Lokko

‘Poor little thing,’ she said in Shona. ‘So young. All that way. And when will she come back?’

Extract | ‘Blood Trail’ by Tony Park

‘You knew there were criminals here on the reserve and you let my daughter and me continue on a bloody game drive?’

Extract | ‘It's The Answers for Me’ by Khaya Dlanga

'It’s The Answers For Me' is the result of Khaya Dlanga’s ongoing Q&A interactions with his followers on Instagram and is evidence of the genuine ...

'Sentient' gets in touch with remarkable, strange creatures and their ...

Sentient assembles a menagerie of zoological creatures – from land, air, sea and all four corners of the globe – to understand what it means to be ...

Virtual launch: ‘When the Village Sleeps’ by Sindiwe Magona (Thursday)

Join Magona in conversation with Garth Japhet for the Zoom launch of her latest novel.

Extract: ‘Listen to Your Footsteps’ by Kojo Baffoe

This idea of being other, of not quite belonging anywhere yet belonging everywhere is now a source of pride.

Fiction Friday | 'When the Village Sleeps' by Sindiwe Magona

Those Thursday nights were the only nights that were semi-normal; times when Busi felt she had a warm, loving family.