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.

Sindiwe Magona's 'When the Village Sleeps' is an ode to the complex strengths ...

'When the Village Sleeps' is a visionary novel about what the loss of identity and dignity do to a people afflicted by decades of brokenness.

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?