Provocative page-turner from a fresh voice

Meet Edie. Edie is not OK. She’s messing up in her dead-end admin job in her all-white office, is sleeping with all the wrong men, and has failed at ...

Hillary Rodham Clinton and Louise Penny team up to write thriller

The story follows a novice US secretary of state who has joined the administration of her rival, a president inaugurated after four years of American ...

WATCH | Kate Mosse introduces 'The City of Tears'

Following on from the Sunday Times number one best-seller, 'The Burning Chambers', Kate Mosse’s 'The City of Tears' is the second thrilling ...

Shubnum Khan's snapshots of a weird and wonderful ride around the world

This is a book of stories providing a reminder that once “you step off the edge, anything can happen”.

Brent Meersman rattles the cage with reflections on our democracy

History, big picture philosophy, grassroots journalism and a novelist’s eye – animated by a genuine sense of moral indignation at the current state ...

Fiction Friday: 'Critical But, Stable' by Angela Makholwa

Lerato never wanted to join her sister's stupid social club. All those pretentious people spending hours showing off their wealth. To what end?

Angela Makholwa unpeels the secrets of the Khula Society

No one ever tells you the cost of a perfect life…

Fiction Friday | 'A Family Affair' by Sue Nyathi

‘I was just having some fun! I didn’t do anything wrong!’ she shouts. ‘You’re behaving like a whore!’ 'How dare you call me a whore!’

Devastating secrets threaten to tear a family apart in Sue Nyathi's latest ...

The Mafus always present a united front, but as their personal lives unravel, devastating secrets are revealed that threaten to tear the family apart.

Trevor Noah wins Book of the Year at SA Book Awards

Trevor Noah’s Born a Crime was announced as the winner of this year’s SA Book Awards at a virtual ceremony hosted by SABA (South African Booksellers ...

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