The Miles Morland Foundation has announced the shortlist for the 2020 Morland Writing Scholarships.
20th Anniversary SA Book Awards winners announced during virtual ceremony – Born a Crime by Trevor Noah wins grand prize
South African booksellers have voted and the overall winner of the 2020 SA Book Awards is Trevor Noah for the child adaptation of Born a Crime, published by Pan Macmillan SA.
Lees drie stories uit Boodskapper van die gode deur Murray La Vita, benoem vir die 2020 kykNET-Rapport-boekpryse
‘Hello, Elvis here’: Lees drie stories uit Boodskapper van die gode, ’n keur uit die veelbekroonde joernalis Murray La Vita se rubrieke, sketse en essays – benoem vir die 2020 kykNET-Rapport-boekpryse.
Lees ’n stomende uittreksel uit Smit Motors deur Réney Warrington, benoem vir die 2020 kykNET-Rapport-boekpryse
Lees ’n uittreksel uit Smit Motors deur Réney Warrington, wat onlangs benoem is vir die 2020 kykNET-Rapport-boekpryse in die filmafdeling.
Die ontslape Harry Kalmer is pas benoem vir ’n 2020 ATKV-Woordveertjie vir sy skitterende roman, In ’n land sonder voëls. Die wenners sal vanaf 19 tot 23 Oktober op die ATKV se Facebookblad bekend gemaak word.
Drie LAPA-boeke is pas benoem vir die 2020 ATKV-Woordveertjies – Lira deur Chanette Paul, Halsoorkop verlief deur Dina Botha en Tweede kans op geluk deur Sophia Kapp.
Harris Dousemetzis awarded prestigious Fage and Oliver Prize for his book The Man Who Killed Apartheid: The Life of Dimitri Tsafendas
Jacana Media is thrilled to announce that Harris Dousemetzis has been awarded the Fage and Oliver African Studies Association UK Prize for his extraordinary work The Man Who Killed Apartheid: The Life of Dimitri Tsafendas.
Gerald Kraak call for submissions – An anthology and prize on the topics of gender, human rights and sexuality, for writers and photographers across Africa
The Jacana Literary Foundation (JLF) and the Other Foundation are pleased to announce that submissions for the fourth annual Gerald Kraak Prize and Anthology for 2021 are open.
[Video] Caroline Kurtz wins Presbyterian Writers Guild’s Best First Book Award for A Road Called Down on Both Sides
Huge congratulations to Caroline Kurtz! Her memoir A Road Called Down on Both Sides: Growing up in Ethiopia and America was recently awarded the Best First Book Award by the Presbyterian Writers Guild.
Shades, the bestselling novel by doyenne of South African historical fiction Marguerite Poland, has been chosen as the winner of the C21 US Series Copro Digital Pitch competition.
Saaleha Idrees Bamjee has been announced as the winner of this year’s Ingrid Jonker Prize for English Poetry for her collection, Zikr.
Jonathan Ball Publishers are proud to present the winner of the 2020 Recht Malan Prize for Non-fiction: One Day in Bethlehem by Jonny Steinberg!
Pan Macmillan South Africa is delighted to announce that Angela Makholwa’s fourth novel, The Blessed Girl, published in the United Kingdom by Bloomsbury, has been shortlisted for the Comedy Women in Print Prize.
The Man Who Killed Apartheid by Harris Dousemetzis shortlisted for prestigious Fage and Oliver Prize
The Man Who Killed Apartheid: The Life of Dimitri Tsafendas by Harris Dousemetzis with Gerry Loughran has been shortlisted for the prestigious Fage and Oliver Prize.
Pieter-Louis Myburgh wins Taco Kuiper Award for Investigative Reporting for his book Gangster State: Unravelling Ace Magashule’s Web of Capture
Congratulations to Pieter-Louis Myburgh, who has won the Taco Kuiper Award for Investigative Reporting!
Huge congratulations to Colson Whitehead, whose remarkable novel The Nickel Boys has won the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.
Benoem vir die UJ-pryse vir 2020: In ’n land sonder voëls deur Harry Kalmer, Strafjaart deur Theo Kemp en Zola deur Johan Smith
Goeie nuus! Penguin Random House SA het nie minder nie as drié boeke wat ingesluit is vir die Universiteit van Johannesburg-pryse vir 2020.
A Sin of Omission by Marguerite Poland has been shortlisted for the 2020 Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction!
Marguerite Poland’s novel A Sin of Omission longlisted for prestigious Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction
Marguerite Poland’s latest novel A Sin of Omission has been longlisted for the 2020 Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction!