Wits University Press is strategically placed at the crossroads of African and global knowledge production and dissemination. We are committed to publishing well-researched, innovative books for both academic and general readers. Our areas of focus include art and heritage, popular science, history and politics, biography, literary studies and women’s writing.
Innovative thinking on the meaning of decolonisation in a digital age
Join Soudien in conversation with Prof Noor Nieftagodien & Corinne Sandwith at the Johannesburg launch of 'The Cape Radicals'.
'What Remains' is a path between memory and magic, the uncanny and the known, waking and dreaming
In SA's leafy suburbs, the grass is not just greener, it's also more political, writes Gillian Anstey.
What does the world look like from Africa?
In 'Media in Postapartheid South Africa', author Sean Jacobs turns to media politics and the consumption of media as a way to understand recent ...
The lawn is not quite as innocent as we think.
'Gandhi's Search for the Perfect Diet' is an engaging book that focuses on the icon's obsessive preoccupation with diet reform and food in general.
There's more to lawns than we think. Head to Love Books and find out why...
"Garden maintenance, of one’s own garden, as leisure, is a proper activity for respectable whites."