Fri – 14th Dec 2018
Africa’s Lit chatted to Chef Lesego Semenya about his food journey, his goal of taking the snobbery out of food and his new cookbook, Dijo.
Thu – 13th Dec 2018
The Lazy Makoti’s Guide the Kitchen by Mogau Seshoene – the cookbook every aspiring home cook should have – is out now!
KasiNomic Revolution: The Rise of African Informal Economies by GG Alcock is out now!
The Future of Mining in South Africa
Gemma Dowler writes about the abduction and murder of her sister by a serial killer in My Sister Milly
‘My name is Gemma Dowler. On 21 March 2002, a serial killer named Levi Bellfield stole my sister and sent our family to hell …’
Wed – 12th Dec 2018
Are you a musician with a keen interest in reinforcing the importance of democracy and changing the African narrative?
How John Chambers turned more than 10,000 employees into millionaires – Connecting The Dots: Leadership Lessons in a Startup World
Silicon Valley visionary John Chambers shares the lessons that transformed a dyslexic kid from West Virginia into one of the world’s best business leaders and turned a simple router company into a global tech titan.
Don’t miss out on the Struik Nature book bonanza!
Well-known KwaZulu-Natal poet Kyle Allan will edit the poetry journal New Coin from January 2019.
Tue – 11th Dec 2018
How to look at food in a whole new light – Being Bertus Basson, the new cookbook from the acclaimed South African chef
In his second book, acclaimed South African chef Bertus Basson provides a deeper look into his restaurants and his food philosophy.
Whether you are looking for dinner party inspiration, a new mid-week meal, a simple dessert for the holiday season or the perfect gift, then this book is your answer.
The chronicle of a unique, and inimitable, adventure – David Attenborough’s Journeys to the Other Side of the World
Journeys to the Other Side of the World – the further adventures of a young David Attenborough, from Madagascar and New Guinea to the Pacific Islands and the Northern Territory of Australia.
Mon – 10th Dec 2018
Homemade pasta in a silky sauce of double cream, Parmesan and fresh truffle … this is Goldie Hawn’s Fettuccine Alfredo.
Madam & Eve: The Guptas Ate My Homework is out now from Jacana Media.
In Ed Sheeran, bestselling biographer Sean Smith traces the astonishing journey of the shy little boy with a stammer who grew up to be a global phenomenon.
Fri – 7th Dec 2018
News flash: From now on submissions for the Gerald Kraak Prize will be kept open all year round. Selections for the 2019 anthology will be made by the end of February 2019 – but new submissions are welcome at any time.
This is a collection of writing from extraordinary women, from Hollywood actresses to teenage activists, each telling the story of their personal relationship with feminism, this book explores what it means to be a woman from every point of view.
Thu – 6th Dec 2018
Join Lesego Semenya for a discussion of his new cookbook Dijo: My Food, My Journey at the Treasure Island pop-up exhibition
Jacana Media and the Treasure Island pop-up exhibition invite you to a discussion of Dijo: My Food, My Journey by Lesego Semenya.
Two lucky winners will each receive a hamper of EIGHT of our favourite books! This hamper includes: Hippie, The Prison Letters of Nelson Mandela, Ottolenghi Simple, And Then Mama Said, Too Many Tsunamis, Diary of Wimpy Kid: The Meltdown, A Map of Days, and Wild Karoo.
Tue – 4th Dec 2018
Join Ian Glenn for the launch of his new book The First Safari at the Lycée Français du Cap in Cape Town
Jacana Media and the Lycée Français du Cap invite you to the book launch of The First Safari: Searching for François Levaillant by Ian Glenn.