Dreams can become enemies: One-on-one with debut author Rešoketšwe Manenzhe about her award-winning novel Scatterlings (13 Apr)
Join Rešoketšwe Manenzhe for a conversation about her novel Scatterlings!
How will we remember Covid-19? Join Howard Phillips to find out what previous outbreaks in South Africa tell us about pandemic memories (16 Mar)
Join Jacana Media, with author Emeritus Professor Howard Phillips, a specialist in the social history of medicine, especially in respect of pandemics, and Bhekisisa editor-in-chief Mia Malan on our Don’t Shut Up Conversation series as they try to use past pandemics in South Africa to illuminate the Covid-19 pandemic.
#BlackLivesMatter: Race and Racism in Science – Watch a Jacana Conversation featuring Dr Dipuo Winnie Kgotleng, Silindokuhle Mavuso and Christa Kuljian
If you missed any of Jacana’s Don’t Shut Up Conversations from last year, here’s your chance to catch up!
Don’t miss a Jacana Conversation with The Cheeky Natives, featuring Terry-Ann Adams, the debut author of Those Who Live in Cages
Save the Date: Bookclub with debut author Terry-Ann Adams!
[Watch] Do prisons in Africa need to be decolonised? Ruth Hopkins, Baz Dreisinger and Morris Kaberia discuss incarceration in Africa
How do the African traditions in the field of forgiveness and reconciliation relate to the reality in its prisons? And what of privatised prisons, where do they fit in?