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The Shout – bestselling author Stephen Leather’s latest edge-of-your-seat thriller

The Shout is a standalone thriller from bestselling author Stephen Leather that takes us into the world of the London Fire Brigade’s elite Investigations Unit.

The Meaning of Michelle: 16 Writers on the Iconic US First Lady and How Her Journey Inspires Our Own

The Meaning of Michelle, a book about Michelle Obama’s iconic journey and how it can inspire your own path, it out from Pan Macmillan SA this month.

Don’t miss a public lecture by Christa Kuljian on her book Darwin’s Hunch: Science, Race, and the Search for Human Origins

Christa Kuljian will be giving a public lecture on her book Darwin’s Hunch: Science, Race, and the Search for Human Origins.

Poetry Potion 13 cover revealed

Poetry Potion is an online poetry journal that goes into print once ever quarter.

2018 Humanities and Social Sciences Awards winners announced

The winners of the 2018 Humanities and Social Sciences Awards have been announced. 

Sneak peek of Imraan Coovadia’s new novel A Spy in Time

A most amazing event – proof copies of the inimitable Imraan Coovadia’s new novel A Spy in Time – out in a few months’ time

Award-winning journalist and bestselling Killing Kebble author Mandy Wiener has a new book coming in May!

‘The proximity of organised crime, politics and the police is frightening.’

Jacana author Hennie van Vuuren wins top investigative journalism award for Apartheid Guns and Money

Jacana Media congratulates author Hennie van Vuuren who was recently awarded the runner-up prize in the 2017 Taco Kuiper Award for Investigative Journalism.

Manage your Money like a F*cking Grown Up: Free mini workshop with Sam Beckbessinger in Johannesburg

In Manage your Money like a F*cking Grown Up, money dork Sam Beckbessinger tells it to you straight: how to take control of your money to take control of your life.

Jolyn Phillips wins the 2018 Humanities and Social Sciences Award for Tjieng Tjang Tjerries

Modjaji Books is thrilled to announce that Modjaji author Jolyn Phillips has won the 2018 Humanities and Social Science Award for her book Tjieng Tjang Tjerries and other stories.

‘Nthikeng Mohlele is now my favourite contemporary South African novelist’ – Eusebius McKaiser’s rave review of Michael K

Eusebius McKaiser and Karabo Kgoleng explore the novel Michael K by South African author Nthikeng Mohlele.

A story of unparalleled greed and western complicity – Dictatorland: The Men Who Stole Africa by Paul Kenyon

A vivid, heart-breaking portrait of the fate that so many African countries suffered after independence.

Former ANN7 editor Rajesh Sundaram reveals details of Zuma involvement in the news channel

Bongani Bingwa spoke to Rajesh Sundaram on Radio 702 about his new tell-all book Indentured: Behind the Scenes at Gupta TV, which reveals the true nature of the Zuma-Gupta cabal.

Support independent bookshops and publishers on Indiebookday! (24 March 2018)

On Saturday 24 March, independent publishers and booksellers propose readers to celebrate Indie Book Day.

Get the most bang for your buck from the taxman: How to Get a SARS Refund by Daniel Baines

Increase your chances of getting a refund from SARS with a new book from Penguin Random House SA!

CM Elliott’s Zimbabwean crime novels optioned for a TV series

CM Elliott’s series of Jabulani Sibanda detective novels have been optioned for possible adaption as a television series by Anant Singh and Brian Cox of Videovision Entertainment.

‘An ecological fable for modern times’: Listen to an excerpt from The Melody by Man Booker Prize-shortlisted author Jim Crace

Pan Macmillan has shared an excerpt from The Melody by Jim Crace, the Man Booker Prize-shortlisted author of Harvest.

Three siblings separated in infancy find each other as teens in Far From the Tree, the new novel from Robin Benway

When 16-year-old Grace gives up her baby for adoption, she decides that the time has come to find out more about her own biological mother.

New Jamie Oliver cookbook to be released in July 2018

From his early days working with Antonio Carluccio and Gennaro Contaldo to his famous stint at the River Café, Italian food has influenced Jamie from the very start of his career. It’s a country that’s always been close to his heart.