Jacana Media is delighted to announce a three-way rights sale for The Pan-African Pantheon: Prophets, Poets, and Philosophers, edited by Adekeye Adebajo.
Modjaji Books is thrilled to see the following books longlisted for the 2021 Humanities and Social Science (HSS) Awards.
Jacana Media congratulates the following authors whose titles have been chosen for the Humanities and Social Science (HSS) Awards longlists!
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!
HarperCollins has announced a major three-book deal for World English Rights with internationally bestselling author Jeffrey Archer.
Wilbur Smith has a major new 10-book deal – including a return to Egypt with a thrilling new series!
The Jacana Literary Foundation, in partnership with the Other Foundation, is delighted and honoured to welcome Ellah Wakatama to the panel of judges that will adjudicate the 2020/21 Gerald Kraak Anthology and Prize.
LAPA Publishers and Catalyst Press invite you to join in and share the best in African literature this 2020 Reading Africa Week!
Pan Macmillan SA is proud to have published three authors who have been honoured at the South African Literary Awards!
‘I’m thrilled to be back writing again and just delighted to have the opportunity to work with Wayne Brookes at Pan Macmillan. Big, big thank you to my agent, Kate Shaw, for bringing us together.’
In April 2019, investigative journalist Pieter-Louis Myburgh exposed the web of capture that appeared to surround Ace Magashule, the erstwhile premier of the Free State, in his book Gangster State, published by Penguin Random House. In this book, Magashule’s links to alleged corrupt dealings over the Free State’s R255-million asbestos audit contract were uncovered for the first time.
The Miles Morland Foundation has announced the shortlist for the 2020 Morland Writing Scholarships.
The international edition of TC Farren’s riveting thriller The Book of Malachi (Kwela, 2019) is now available globally, published by Titan Books (United Kingdom).
‘Die glas onthou immers die vuur / Nie die water nie’ – Die gladde stiltes in glas deur Louis Esterhuizen is nou beskikbaar!
Die bekroonde digter Louis Esterhuizen se elfde digbundel, Die gladde stiltes in glas, is nou beskikbaar by Protea Boekhuis.
Short Story Day Africa has announced the longlist for their seventh annual prize.
‘It’s pleasant to pretend that men don’t rape children’ – Deon Wiggett uncovers a culture of complicity in My Only Story: The Hunt for a Serial Paedophile
In November 2019, Deon Wiggett’s sensational weekly podcasts held South Africa in thrall as he hunted down the paedophile who raped him as a schoolboy. Now, in My Only Story, he completes his exposé of Willem Breytenbach, the once brilliant teacher and later media luminary who led a predatory life.
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.
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.