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.
Don’t miss a book discussion of Breaking A Rainbow, Building A Nation with Rekgotsofetse Chikane and The Cheeky Natives
Join Rekgotsofetse Chikane, youth activist and author, for a book discussion and live podcast recording with The Cheeky Natives.
The Friday Night Book Club: Exclusive excerpts from Pan Macmillan every weekend!
‘My life has been one helluva rollercoaster ride … I hope readers will enjoy the ride too.’ – Elton John
Purchase a copy of The Accident by Gail Schimmel at Exclusive Books and you could win a R5000 book club voucher
Purchase a copy of The Accident by Gail Schimmel in any Exclusive Books store before 31 March and stand a chance to win a R5000 voucher for your book club!
Don’t miss a discussion of the new book Democracy Works: Rewiring Politics to Africa’s Advantage in Durban (26 Mar)
Xubera Institute for Research and Development, The Brenthurst Foundation and Pan Macmillan invite you to the launch of Democracy Works: Rewiring Politics to Africa’s Advantage, by Greg Mills, Olusegun Obasanjo, Jeffrey Herbst and Tendai Biti.
If you’re looking for thrilling historical fiction with beautifully drawn characters, Blood and Sugar is a must-read.
Pan Macmillan and Exclusive Books invite you to the Johannesburg launch of The Stress Code by Richard Sutton.
Greg Mills chatted to John Maytham on CapeTalk about his new book Democracy Works: Rewiring Politics to Africa’s Advantage.
Friday Night Book Club: Read an excerpt from Kristin Hannah’s stay-up-all-night novel The Great Alone
That spring, rain fell in great sweeping gusts that rattled the rooftops. Water found its way into the smallest cracks and undermined the sturdiest foundations. Chunks of land that had been steady for generations fell like slag heaps on the roads below, taking houses and cars and swimming pools down with them. Trees fell over, crashed into power lines; electricity was lost. Rivers flooded their banks, washed across yards, ruined homes. People who loved each other snapped and fights erupted as the water rose and the rain continued.
Every Friday, The Reading List shares an exclusive excerpt for you to read from Pan Macmillan in our Friday Night Book Club.
Join Peter Bills at Kelvin Grove Club for lunch and a talk on his new book The Jersey: The Secrets Behind the World’s Most Successful Team
Join Kelvin Grove Club and Pan Macmillan for lunch with author Peter Bills and a talk on his new book The Jersey: The Secrets Behind the World’s Most Successful Team.
Pan Macmillan has shared an excerpt from Something To Tell You, the new novel by Lucy Diamond, read by Clare Wille.
Joanna Trollope is the author of many highly-acclaimed and bestselling novels (her book sales have reached nearly seven million). She is well-known for her enormously successful contemporary works of fiction, with over 30 years of writing experience.
Don’t miss Pan Macmillan authors at the US Woordfees book festival – including international bestseller Joanna Trollope
Visit the US Woordfees book festival for an opportunity to engage and meet Pan Macmillan authors Judith February, Ian Fuhr, Mohale Mashigo, Johan Booysen and international bestselling writer Joanna Trollope!
Friday Night Book Club: Read an excerpt from Mohale Mashigo’s award-winning debut novel, The Yearning
Staying in this evening? Settle in with a glass of wine and this extended excerpt from Mohale Mashigo’s debut novel, The Yearning.
Pan Macmillan and Love Books invite you to the Johannesburg launch of The Accident by Gail Schimmel.
Want to manage stress better in 2019? Try out these 5 easy tips from Richard Sutton’s new book, The Stress Code.
‘Illumination is a glorious celebration of the unfathomable nature of friendship and a deft appraisal of a complex individual’s and South Africa’s most pressing ills.’
She went to Paris to start over, to make art instead of being made into it – The Age of Light by Whitney Scharer
A captivating debut novel by Whitney Scharer, The Age of Light tells the story of Vogue model turned renowned photographer Lee Miller, and her search to forge a new identity as an artist after a life spent as a muse.
She thought she knew everything about her sister. It seems she was wrong . . .