From Student Village founder and CEO Ronen Aires, comes an insightful look Generation Z: How they fight for change and keep hope alive.
From the ‘King of Horror’ himself comes a thrilling new novel that puts a dark twist on our favourite childhood fairy tales.
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Sho Madjozi children’s book, ‘Shoma and the Stars’, was inspired ‘by my young fans who became my little sisters when I lost mine’,
In her first book, ‘Transcend’, chartered accountant Evita Nyandoro provides a no-nonsense guide to navigating a personal life and career.
Bestselling author of ‘The Girl in the Spider’s Web’, David Lagercrantz’s new thriller features a detective duo inspired by Sherlock Holmes.
Our Book Quiz is all about mental health and self-help books, as well as mental health pioneers in the literary world.
Dr Nechama Brodie, author of the bestseller ‘Femicide in South Africa’, is back with her latest release, ‘Farm Killings in South Africa’.
New York Times bestselling author Alice Feeney’s latest mystery, ‘Daisy Darker’, is packed with horror, drama and a shocking twist…
The memoir of psychological profiler Micki Pistorius has been adapted into a true-crime series with ‘Game of Thrones’ star Charlotte Hope.
‘The Eye of the Beholder’ is the latest tour de force of the queen of South African crime fiction, Margie Orford.
People both young and old, came out to the Cape Flats Book Festival at the West End Primary School in Mitchells Plain at the weekend.
A book about albinism, ‘Zari’, aims to teach children how to love themselves no matter how different they seem from everybody else.
Packed with glamour, humour and twists you won’t see coming, ‘Counterfeit’ by Kirstin Chen is a must-read for fans of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’.
Short story author Julie Owen Moylan’s debut novel, ‘That Green Eyed Girl’, explores love, trauma and the glamour of old New York.
In an exclusive interview, Ronald Samuels details his remarkable journey which unfolded when he was adopted during apartheid.
‘Killer in the Kremlin’ by British journalist John Sweeney unpacks the life and political career of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
This month we celebrate all things Mzansi in our Heritage Month Book Quiz with Exclusive Books and their new Tasty Treats selection.
Britain’s Booker Prize for fiction unveiled its final contenders for this year’s award, with the oldest author and the shortest book ever!
From fellow South African and journalist Michael Vlismas comes the new and revealing biography of billionaire Elon Musk.
Creativity runs in the family as SA’s own celeb chef, singer and author Nataniël’s goddaughter is now the youngest published author in France!
‘Dietland’ author Sarai Walker is back with another fiercely feminist novel. Never scared to tackle complex issues, Walker shines again!
From retired general Johan Jooste and bestselling author Tony Park comes a brutal account of the realities of the war against rhino poaching.
In celebration of Women’s Month, take part in our August book quiz and stand a chance to win one of three R500 Exclusive Books vouchers.
‘The House of Fortune’: Jessie Burton has finally written the sequel to her bestselling novel, The Miniaturist.