Fred Khumalo appointed Adjunct Professor at Unisa in recognition of his leadership ‘in Creative Arts and Literature in particular’
Congratulations to author Fred Khumalo, who has been appointed Adjunct Professor at Unisa!
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Virtual Reading Club will discuss Fred Khumalo’s The Longest March – don’t miss it! (28 Jan)
Join President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Virtual Reading Club to discuss Fred Khumalo’s historical novel The Longest March!
Joburg Noir, a new collection of short stories edited by Niq Mhlongo, is out at the end of October 2020 from Jacana Media!
Read ‘Rhythm, Rhyme, Reason, Rage at the Red Table’, a new poem by Fred Khumalo.
All dressed up and nowhere to go? Hitch a ride with Penguin Random House SA!
Calling all book clubs and lovers of South African literature! Make sure you don’t miss out on this event
An evening with authors Yewande Omotoso, Fred Khumalo, Siphiwe Ndlovu, Kurt Ellis, Natalia Molebatse and Sihle Khumalo.
The dates and initial line-up for the 2020 Time of the Writer Festival have been announced!
Penguin Random House and Exclusive Books invite you to the launch of The Longest March by Fred Khumalo.
Penguin Random House and Love Books invite you to the launch of The Longest March by Fred Khumalo.
Black Tax: Burden or Ubuntu?, edited by Niq Mhlongo, is out now from Jonathan Ball Publishers!
Cover reveal! Fred Khumalo’s new historical novel The Longest March – based on an incredible event in South African history
The Longest March by Fred Khumalo – a historical novel inspired by a little-known incident from South African history – is out in September 2019 from Umuzi.
The 2019 South African Book Fair will take place from 6–8 September at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg.
The line-up for the third annual Abantu Book Festival has been announced.
The programme for the 2018 Franschhoek Literary Festival has been revealed!
A stage adaptation of Fred Khumalo’s historical novel Dancing the Death Drill will be performed in the United Kingdom.
Love local? Check out the new local fiction published by Penguin Random House South Africa this year so far.
Read an excerpt!