Johannesburg

Don’t miss the launch of A House Divided: The Feud That Took Cape Town to the Brink by Crispian Olver at Love Books (23 Oct)

Jonathan Ball Publishers and Love Books invite you to the launch of A House Divided: The Feud That Took Cape Town to the Brink by Crispian Olver.

You are invited to the launch of A Sin of Omission by Marguerite Poland at Love Books (15 Oct)

The great Marguerite Poland returns with a new novel set once again in her beloved Eastern Cape.

Find out how you can build your business into an asset of value at the launch of Sweat Scale $ell by Pavlo Phitidis (30 Oct)

Pan Macmillan and Exclusive Books invite you to the launch of Sweat Scale $ell by business growth expert Pavlo Phitidis.

Exhibition opening – Daylin Paul’s Broken Land (winner of the Ernest Cole Award) at Wits Art Museum (8 Oct)

Don’t miss the opening of Daylin Paul’s Broken Land at the Wits Art Museum, showing until Sunday 27 October.

Join Nolitha Fakude, in conversation with Onkgopotse JJ Tabane, for the launch of her memoir Boardroom Dancing (16 Oct)

Pan Macmillan and Exclusive Books invite you to the launch of Boardroom Dancing, the memoir of corporate activist Nolitha Fakude.

Join Shirley Gunn and Shanil Haricharan with Charles Nqakula for the launch of Voices from the Underground at Love Books (1 Oct)

Join Penguin Random House at Love Books in Joburg for the launch of Voices from the Underground: Eighteen Life Stories from Umkhonto we Sizwe’s Ashley Kriel Detachment.

Don’t miss the launch of Of Hominins, Hunter-Gatherers and Heroes: Searching for 20 Amazing Places in South Africa (2 Oct)

Jacana Media, Amanda Martin and Steve Dewsberry invite you to the launch of Of Hominins, Hunter-Gatherers and Heroes: Searching for 20 Amazing Places in South Africa.

Join Mcebisi Jonas at the Joburg launch of After Dawn, with Kgalema Motlanthe, Olusegun Obasanjo and Pravin Gordhan (25 Sep)

You are invited to the launch of After Dawn: Hope After State Capture by Mcebisi Jonas.

Join Palesa Lengolo at the launch of her new book Stokvels: How They Can Make Your Money Work For You at the Mall of the South (28 Sep)

Penguin Random House and Exclusive Books invite you to the launch of Stokvels: How They Can Make Your Money Work For You by Palesa Lengolo.

Don’t miss Masande Ntshanga at a Bridge Books event to launch his new novel Triangulum (21 Sep)

Join Bridge Books in Maboneng for the launch of Triangulum by Masande Ntshanga!

Don’t miss the Joburg launch of Coconut Kelz’s Guide to Surviving This Sh*thole! (19 Sep)

Howzit guys! You’re invited to join us for a night of caucasity with Coconut Kelz to celebrate her new book, Coconut Kelz’s Guide to Surviving this Shithole.

Don’t miss Tony Park discussing his new book, Ghosts of the Past, with Pages and Wine in Sandton (17 Sep)

Join Tony Park at a Pages and Wine event for dinner and a discussion of his new book, Ghosts of the Park.

Join Steven Boykey Sidley for the launch of his new novel Leaving Word at Exclusive Books Hyde Park

Celebrate MFBooks Joburg’s 40th book birthday with the launch of Leaving Word by Steven Boykey Sidley, introduced by Mandla Langa.

Join Gaongalelwe Tiro for a book discussion of Parcel of Death: The Biography of Onkgopotse Abram Tiro at Wits

Pan Macmillan and the History Workshop invite you to the launch of Parcel of Death: The Biography of Onkgopotse Abram Tiro by Gaongalelwe Tiro.

Save the date! Mphuthumi Ntabeni will visit the Between the Covers Book Club for a discussion of The Broken River Tent

Join Mphuthumi Ntabeni and the Between the Covers Book Club for a discussion of The Broken River Tent!

Don’t miss the launch of One Day in Bethlehem by Jonny Steinberg at Love Books

Jonathan Ball Publishers and Love Books invite you to the launch of One Day in Bethlehem by Jonny Steinberg.

Don’t miss a book discussion of Our Words, Our Worlds: Writing on Black South African Women Poets at Wits (27 Aug)

WiSER, the Governing Intimacies project and UKZN Press invite you to a book discussion of Our Words, Our Worlds: Writing on Black South African Women Poets, 2000–2018, edited by Makhosazana Xaba.