Join Angela Makholwa for the launch of her new book Critical But Stable – in conversation with Dudu Busani-Dube (12 Nov)
Pan Macmillan and Exclusive Books invite you to the launch of Angela Makholwa’s latest novel, Critical But Stable.
Don’t miss the launch of Critical But Stable by Angela Makholwa, in conversation with Dudu Busani-Dube, at the Mall of Africa (12 Nov)
Pan Macmillan and Exclusive Books invite you to the launch of Angela Makholwa’s new novel, Critical But Stable.
A PDF in your inbox: South African writers talk free books and the value of life-sustaining royalties
To mark World Book and Copyright Day (Thursday 23 April 2020), the South African Book Fair announced an online discussion on free books and the value of copyright in providing writers with life-sustaining royalties.
Black Tax: Burden or Ubuntu?, edited by Niq Mhlongo, is out now from Jonathan Ball Publishers!
Celebrate Black Girls in Literature and Women’s Month with BlackBird Books and Bridge Books in Joburg (10 August)
BlackBird Books, an imprint of Jacana Media, invites you to a Black Girls in Literature event at Bridge Books in Johannesburg – in celebration of Women’s Month!
The 2019 South African Book Fair will take place from 6–8 September at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg.
The line-up and programme for the 22nd Time of the Writer Festival have been announced!
The line-up for the third annual Abantu Book Festival has been announced.
Exclusive Books has announced this year’s Homebru selection, celebrating the best of South African books. There are more than 50 books in this …
Dudu Busani-Dube will be at Bridge Books Maboneng this Saturday for a FREE book signing and podcast recording with The Cheeky Natives.
Africa’s Lit: 2017 highlights, featuring Zakes Mda, Dudu Busani-Dube, Ayobami Adebayo, Malebo Sephodi and Angela Makholwa!
The December edition of Africa’s Lit features the light and quirky moments with your favourite authors from video recordings throughout 2018.
‘People learn us through our language’ – Pearls of wisdom from panel on decolonising South African editing
Yesterday evening, Jacana Media and Wits University hosted a panel discussion on decolonising South African editing.
On Wednesday, 2 August Jacana Media hopes to have a robust and thought-provoking debate and discussion. Don’t miss it!