Virtual book discussion: Watch Senzeni Ndebele in conversation with Sue Nyathi about her hot new book A Family Affair
Late last year, Senzeni Ndebele chatted to Sue Nyathi about her new book A Family Affair.
Former NFL linebacker Emmanuel Acho started an online series to give white people a non-judgmental space to ask questions about race and racism.
[Video] How to get published in South Africa – Watch Pan Macmillan SA and All About Writing’s publishing webinar
Did you miss the webinar by Pan Macmillan South Africa and All About Writing on how to understand and navigate the publishing industry? Watch the video for everything you want to know about publishing in South Africa.
Port Elizabeth is die Mekka van Goth-vampiere in Suid-Afrika, skryf Jan Vermeulen in sy jongste roman, Nagjagter. Kyk na die lokprent, as jy dit sal waag.
‘That’s worse than war.’ Find out what it was like to live in and to live through a time of plague, with Howard Phillips
Watch Howard Phillips discussing the moving and fascinating memories of survivors of the last great plague in South Africa, the ‘Spanish’ flu of 1918.
Hoe verander geheimhouding jou psige? André Krüger gesels oor ’n Redelike hoeveelheid moeilikheid (Video)
Video: André Krüger gesels oor sy jongste spanningsverhaal, ‘n Redelike hoeveelheid moeilikheid, ‘n plaaslike spioenasie wipplankrit.
At The Reading List, we’re trainspotters when it comes to interesting book links, and here are a number that caught our eye over the last month. Browse and enjoy!
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.
‘My whiteness saved my life that day’ – Bradley Steyn, author of Undercover with Mandela’s Spies, describes the massacre that changed his life
Bradley D Steyn spoke to Polity SA recently about his book Undercover with Mandela’s Spies: The Story of The Boy Who Crossed the Square.
‘I am a South African-based, African writer’—Watch a video interview with Nthikeng Mohlele on his latest novel Illumination
Nthikeng Mohlele chatted to Africa’s Lit recently about his latest novel, Illumination.
‘The best way to understand a country’s history is through the lives of its people’ – Watch a video interview with Bill Nasson on Illuminating Lives
Bill Nasson explores the people at the heart of his and Vivian Bickford-Smith’s collection of biographical essays, Illuminating Lives: Biographies of Fascinating People from South African History.
Watch: Phumlani Pikoli chats about his debut collection of short stories, The Fatuous State of Severity
Phumlani Pikoli chatted to Africa’s Lit recently about his debut collection of short stories, The Fatuous State of Severity.
NR Brodie discusses the research she did around African traditional beliefs while writing her debut novel, Knucklebone
Set against the richly textured backdrop of a livewire African city, this fast-paced thriller offers a disturbing contemporary take on justice and morality.
‘One of the very pleasant discoveries with Tell Tale is that everybody has a different favourite.’
‘Where Jacob Zuma comes from, your child is my child; he violated those codes’ – Redi Tlhabi talks about Khwezi
‘I couldn’t accept that I was part of a society that allowed a man like that to be the president.’
‘The National Prosecuting Authority has certainly been captured’ – Glynnis Breytenbach discusses her memoir Rule of Law
‘The National Prosecuting Authority has certainly been captured, along with the police to a large degree, and any other independent institutions with an investigative capacity have all been compromised,’ Breytenbach says in an interview with Polity SA.
Sisonke Msimang on the difficulty of writing about sexual assault in her new book Always Another Country
Sisonke Msimang’s much anticipated memoir, Always Another Country, was launched this week in South Africa.
Z Pallo Jordan says there is no doubt in his mind that Ruth First was specifically targeted with the letter bomb that took her life.
Redi Tlhabi says President Jacob Zuma should have owned up to the fact that he exploited his power with regards to Khwezi.
The wait is over! John Green, the #1 bestselling author of The Fault in Our Stars, is back!