Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh caught up with author Phumlani Pikoli on SMWX, his interactive WhatsApp news channel.
Social activist Ndileka Mandela chatted to Polity SA about her new memoir I Am Ndileka: More Than My Surname.
Based on a true story, Tony Park’s Ghosts of the Past is a novel about love, war, buried treasure, shattered illusions and a quest for justice.
Watch: Gaongalelwe Tiro talks about why he wrote his book Parcel Of Death: The Biography of Onkgopotse Abram Tiro
Gaongalelwe Tiro discussed his book Parcel of Death: The Biography Of Onkgopotse Abram Tiro with Polity SA.
‘It’s a bit sexy in places … it’s the most fun thing I’ve ever written’ – Jojo Moyes on her new novel, The Giver of Stars
Jojo Moyes, the bestselling author of Me Before You, After You and Still Me, has a special message for her South African fans about her new book.
Roger Southall chatted to Polity SA about his new book Election 2019: Change and Stability in South Africa’s Democracy.
‘When people ask me if I’m a hero or a traitor, I say I’m just an ordinary person’ – Edward Snowden talks to Trevor Noah about his new book Permanent Record
Edward Snowden chatted to Trevor Noah on The Daily Show about his new book Permanent Record.
Rémy Ngamije chatted to the University of Cape Town’s Development and Alumni Department about his recently published debut novel, The Eternal Audience of One.
[Watch] An in-depth interview with author Mphuthumi Ntabeni on his historical novel The Broken River Tent
Mphuthumi Ntabeni chatted to social worker and writer John GI Clarke about his debut novel The Broken River Tent.
Letshego Zulu chatted to Polity SA recently about her new book, I Choose to Live: Life After Losing Gugu.
[Video] Eminem, the Spice Girls, Emo, African funk and jazz – Rémy Ngamije shares the music behind his debut novel The Eternal Audience of One
BlackBird Books recently shared a video of Rwandan-born Namibian writer Rémy Ngamije talking about music, pop culture and his debut novel, The Eternal Audience of One.
‘The problems are structural, they are not individual’ – Mcebisi Jonas discusses his book After Dawn: Hope After State Capture
In October 2015, the Gupta brothers offered Jonas the position of Minister of Finance in exchange for R600-million. Then the Deputy Finance Minister, Jonas turned down the bribe and a period of deep introspection followed for him.
Wordfest South Africa recently asked Mphuthumi Ntabeni to introduce his entrancing novel The Broken River Tent.
[Video] ‘I would classify it as a comedy but there’s a tragic aspect to it’ – Rémy Ngamije introduces his debut novel The Eternal Audience of One
Rémy Ngamije chats about his new novel, The Eternal Audience of One.
‘It was normal for me to base the stories in Lenyenye, where I come from’ – Keletso Mopai chats about her book If You Keep Digging
Keletso Mopai chatted to SABC about her new book of short stories, If You Keep Digging.
What does it mean to have visions, to be mentally ill within a South African context? Masande Ntshanga discusses his new novel Triangulum
‘I was interested in this idea of exploring mental illness in a way that looked outside of its formulations by the West. What does it mean, actually, to have visions, and what does it mean to be mentally ill within an African context, or even a South African context?’
‘Do you think you funny?’ How Yusuf Daniels got his big break in publishing (his book Living Coloured is now a bestseller)
Yusuf Daniels chats about his new memoir, Living Coloured (Because Black and White were Already Taken).
‘What we’re seeing in Cape Town is just a fragment of transnational organised crime’ – Watch an interview with Caryn Dolley on her new book The Enforcers
Caryn Dolley chatted to Open News recently about her new book The Enforcers: Inside Cape Town’s Deadly Nightclub Battles.
Video: Does the ‘Stellenbosch Mafia’ really exist and how much power do they wield over South Africa?
In this video, author and News24 assistant editor for in-depth news Pieter du Toit unpacks his book, The Stellenbosch Mafia: Inside the Billionaires’ Club.
‘It’s basically my life story, but with a lot of spice’ – Yusuf Daniels chats about the incredible success of his book Living Coloured
Author Yusuf Daniels chats about how his book Living Coloured (Because Black & White Were Already Taken) came to be.