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 ...

Virtual launch: 'The Whistleblowers' by Mandy Wiener (October 1)

Bongani Bingwa will be in conversation with Wiener and award-winning photographer Felix Dlangamandla.

Fiction Friday | 'Not to Mention' by Vivian de Klerk

I’ve got so much to say about my life. About feeling apologetic and about the eating, of course, all the eating.

WATCH | Mandy Wiener introduces 'The Whistleblowers'

With corruption and fraud endemic in democratic South Africa, whistleblowers have played a pivotal role in bringing wrongdoing to light.

Writing, grieving process triggers splintered memories of dark family secrets

'Not to Mention' is part diary, part memoir, part love-hate letter to the mother who fuelled her daughter’s addiction as steadily as the world ...

WATCH | Dikgang Moseneke discusses his judicial memoir, 'All Rise'

With this new memoir, Justice Moseneke hopes to spark conversations about the state of the SA judiciary