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Three lucky readers will win a copy of Zakes Mda’s new novel, The Zulus of New York, courtesy of Penguin Random House!
‘The Wild Zulu. That’s what the banner says.’ – Read an excerpt from Zakes Mda’s new novel The Zulus of New York
Penguin Random House has shared an excerpt from The Zulus of New York, the new novel from Zakes Mda.
‘I want readers to enjoy the book. What message they get is up to them’ – Watch an interview with Zakes Mda on his new book The Zulus of New York
Zakes Mda chatted to Polity SA about his new novel The Zulus of New York.
Zakes Mda’s brilliant new novel is The Zulus of New York – Joburg and Cape Town launch details here!
Zakes Mda’s new novel, The Zulus of New York, will be published by Umuzi in March 2019.
Zakes Mda will be at Woordfees this year to discuss his new book The Zulus of New York.
Umuzi has revealed the cover for Zakes Mda’s new novel The Zulus of New York!
Zakes Mda’s new novel, a work of historical fiction titled The Zulus of New York, will be published by Umuzi in March 2019. …
UKZN Press and the Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study invite you to the launch of Justify the Enemy: Becoming Human in South Africa by Zakes Mda.
Africa’s Lit: 2017 highlights, featuring Zakes Mda, Dudu Busani-Dube, Ayobami Adebayo, Malebo Sephodi and Angela Makholwa!
The December edition of Africa’s Lit features the light and quirky moments with your favourite authors from video recordings throughout 2018.
The full programme for the Abantu Book Festival has been revealed!
The line-up for the second annual Abantu Book Festival has been announced!
The inaugural Zakes Mda Book Fair will take place this month.
Justify the Enemy: Becoming Human in South Africa is a new collection of non-fiction by the prolific author Zakes Mda.
In his Sunday Times Literary Awards keynote speech, Zakes Mda spoke about how fiction exposes the truth behind the facts.
Zakes Mda and Greg Marinovich were announced as the winners of the 2017 Sunday Times Literary Awards last night.
The winners of the Sunday Times Literary Awards will be announced on Saturday, June 24. The winners of the Alan Paton Award …
Mohale Mashigo, author of The Yearning, recommends: Zakes Mda – Ways of Dying, Koleka Putuma – Collective Amnesia, Bessie Head – Maru, Alex Eliseev – Cold Case Confession and Tsitsi Dangarembga – Nervous Conditions.
After months of evaluation and deliberation it is finally time to reveal the shortlist for the Barry Ronge Fiction Prize, in association with Porcupine Ridge. The winner, who will receive R100 000, will be announced on Saturday June 24.
Zakes Mda has written a great response to a fan who asked ‘Don’t you ever get writer’s block?’
The theme for Africa Month this year is ‘The Year of OR Tambo: Building a Better Africa and a Better World’.