Cock-ups, kak food and confusion: an Angolan army camp memoir

Written with humour and humanity, 'Angolsh' evokes the atmosphere of the 1970s and tells the story of a man coming of age

Fiction Friday | 'The Theory of Flight' by Siphiwe Gloria Ndlovu

"At the moment of her death, Imogen Zula Nyoni - Genie - was seen to fly away on a giant pair of silver wings."

My maggies, it's a history of the Magalies!

In his spectacular new title, Vincent Carruthers guides readers along a timeline, from the birth of our planet to 21st-century developments.

Harry Kalmer memorial service to be held on August 16

Join us in celebrating the life of this remarkable wordsmith with a twinkle in his eye at the Killarney Country Club on Friday, August 16.

'But Deliver Us from Evil' is a powerful novel of two feisty, rebellious women

Lauri Kubuitsile's novel is set in 19th century Bostwana, a violent world where friendships and alliances are fluid and belief systems are used and ...

Staan die kans om drie puik Penguin Random House-titels te wen!

Een gelukkig leser kan 'n geprese roman, 'n versameling spitsvondige stories en 'n oorsig van die Gert van Rooyen en Joey Haarhoff-sage wen.

Rus sag, Harry Kalmer (1956 - 2019)

Die bekroonde skrywer is op Vrydag, Julie 26 in Johannesburg oorlede.

Fiction Friday: 'The Boy Who Could Keep a Swan in His Head'

The first extract of the five novels shortlisted for the 2019 Barry Ronge Fiction Prize.

Karin Brynard up for Crime Writers' Association International Dagger

The nomination places her in the company of big names in the global thriller sphere.

Film adaptation of Damon Galgut’s 'The Quarry' to be released

The acclaimed local author's debut novel is set to hit the silver screen in 2020.