Pan Macmillan SA

Pan Macmillan SA is one of the largest general book publishers in South Africa, with a growing local list of titles published under the Picador Africa and Macmillan imprints.

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Elton John’s Me – the first and only official autobiography of a much-loved global icon – is out now! 

In his first and only official autobiography, published globally on 15 October 2019, music icon Elton John reveals the truth about his extraordinary life.

Friday Night Book Club: Read an excerpt from Fiona Cummins’s ‘creepy as hell’ new thriller, The Neighbour

The Neighbour is a twisting tale about a quiet neighbourhood that’s hiding a deadly secret.

Interview with bestselling Nigerian–British author Sarah Ladipo Manyika

Nigerian–British author Sarah Ladipo Manyika was in South Africa recently, and took some time out to sit down with The Johannesburg Review of Books.

Friday Night Book Club: Read an excerpt from Phumlani Pikoli’s debut novel Born Freeloaders – hot off the press!

Staying in this evening? Get comfortable with a glass of wine and Born Freeloaders, the highly anticipated first novel from Phumlani Pikoli.

Find out how you can build your business into an asset of value at the launch of Sweat Scale $ell by Pavlo Phitidis (30 Oct)

Pan Macmillan and Exclusive Books invite you to the launch of Sweat Scale $ell by business growth expert Pavlo Phitidis.

Listen to Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh’s interview with Mohale Mashigo about her book of short stories Intruders

Mohale Mashigo joined the Radio 702 Literature Corner recently to talk about her latest book, Intruders.

[Details released] Don’t miss a conversation with Melinda Gates in South Africa!

Pan Macmillan South Africa and the Nelson Mandela Foundation are delighted to host Melinda Gates, in conversation with Redi Tlhabi, about her book The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World.

Join Nolitha Fakude, in conversation with Onkgopotse JJ Tabane, for the launch of her memoir Boardroom Dancing (16 Oct)

Pan Macmillan and Exclusive Books invite you to the launch of Boardroom Dancing, the memoir of corporate activist Nolitha Fakude.

Cover reveal! Born Freeloaders, the debut novel from Phumlani Pikoli

Pan Macmillan South Africa has revealed the cover for Phumlani Pikoli’s debut novel Born Freeloaders!

Friday Night Book Club: Read an excerpt from The First Mistake, the riveting new thriller from bestselling author Sandie Jones

The Friday Night Book Club: Exclusive excerpts from Pan Macmillan every weekend!

Sweeping from Manhattan to the magnificent wide-open plains of Africa, don’t miss The Sun Sister, the new novel from Lucinda Riley

We hope you’re excited as we are to meet the beautiful, rich and famous Electra D’Aplièse in Lucinda Riley’s The Sun Sister!

Save the date for a conversation with Melinda Gates in South Africa!

Pan Macmillan South Africa and The Nelson Mandela Foundation are pleased to announce that Melinda Gates – philanthropist, businesswoman and author of the bestselling book The Moment of Lift – is coming to South Africa!

Join Mcebisi Jonas at the Joburg launch of After Dawn, with Kgalema Motlanthe, Olusegun Obasanjo and Pravin Gordhan (25 Sep)

You are invited to the launch of After Dawn: Hope After State Capture by Mcebisi Jonas.

Friday Night Book Club: Privilege and power, family and obligation – Read an excerpt from Girl in the Rearview Mirror, the debut thriller from Kelsey Rae Dimberg

Staying in this evening? Get comfortable with a glass of wine and Girl in the Rearview Mirror, the twisty, page-turning debut thriller from Kelsey Rae Dimberg.

Boardroom Dancing by Nolitha Fakude – transformation stories from a corporate activist

Pan Macmillan is proud to announce the October publication of Nolitha Fakude’s memoir, Boardroom Dancing.

The Creative Writing Coursebook: 44 Authors Share Advice and Exercises for Fiction and Poetry

The Creative Writing Coursebook: Forty-four Authors Share Advice and Exercises for Fiction and Poetry – a fully updated comprehensive guide for improving and practising your creative writing, including contributions from Ali Smith and Kit de Waal.