Authors, whether in fiction or memoir, present us with either a mirror with which to see our own lives or a window for others to see through.
The Jacana Literary Foundation, in partnership with Exclusive Books, has announced the winner of the 2020 Dinaane Debut Fiction Award.
The Jacana Literary Foundation is delighted to announce the finalists for the 2020 Dinaane Debut Fiction Award.
The Jacana Literary Foundation has announced the longlisted finalists for the 2019/20 Dinaane Debut Fiction Award!
Mubanga Kalimamukwento has been announced as the winner of the 2018 Dinaane Debut Fiction Award, for her novel The Mourning Bird.
Join John Dugard and Rehana Rossouw for a book discussion of Confronting Apartheid at The Troyeville Hotel
Jacana Media and The Troyeville Hotel invite you to the discussion of John Dugard’s Confronting Apartheid: A Personal History of South Africa, Namibia and Palestine.
2018 Dinaane Debut Fiction Award shortlist announced – discovering new South African literary talent
The Jacana Literary Foundation has announced the shortlisted finalists for the 2018 Dinaane Debut Fiction Award.
The longlist for the 2018 Dinaane Debut Fiction Award has been announced!
The programme for the 2018 Franschhoek Literary Festival has been revealed!
Karina M Szczurek will be chatting to Rehana Rossouw in Stellenbosch at Woordfees.
Courtesy of Jacana Media, read an excerpt from New Times, the much-anticipated new novel from Rehana Rossouw.
One of the reasons I wrote this book was the Fees Must Fall activists: Rehana Rossouw at the launch of her new novel New Times
Fees Must Fall, journalism in the 1980s, same-sex relationships, the Bo Kaap community and the idea that Nelson Mandela was a ‘sell-out’ …
Ali Adams is a political reporter in Cape Town where she is trapped in a tangle of razor-wire politics and culture
New Times is the much-anticipated new novel from Rehana Rossouw, the acclaimed and award-winning author of What Will People Say?,
‘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!