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Nadia Goetham has died of COVID-19. Her death has been described by many as a huge loss to South Africa’s literary industry
The International Booker Prize Shortlist has finally been announced, and this year’s list includes new names and familiar faces.
Academic, professor and author, Dr. Adekeye Adebajo showcases his incredibly descriptive writing in ‘The Trial of Cecil John Rhodes’.
While some of the Jagger Library’s valuable collections have been lost, a full assessment can only be done once the building has been declared safe.
Abigail Dean’s debut crime novel, ‘Girl A’, has been lauded by acclaimed UK author Beth Morrey as ‘Pitch black, forensic and uncomfortably riveting’.
Hunter Biden says he smoked ‘more Parmesan cheese than anyone’ when he was addicted to crack cocaine in his tell-all memoir, ‘Beautiful Things’.
Judithe Little’s historical fiction novel invites the reader into the glamour of 1930s Paris and chronicles the real story behind the iconic French fashion house.
Tony Leon’s latest book, ‘Future Tense: Reflections on My Troubled Land’ repeatedly reminds readers of how many dire predictions and prophecies of South Africa’s future have come a cropper.
With loads of new books to get stuck into for the rest of April, The South African is giving away three Exclusive Books vouchers worth R500 each.
(Partner Content) Holiday fun with 25 fiction, non-fiction, young adult and children’s titles on the Exclusive Books recommended reading list.
Publisher Jonathan Ball died of cancer at the age of 69 on Saturday 4 April.
This inspiring read takes readers on a journey through Judy Piatkus’s life as she built her publishing empire while juggling motherhood and her career.
Tune in to catch authors Kate Mosse, Claudine Shiels and Resoketswe Manenzhe on Exclusive Books’ ‘Cover to Cover’ show on Thursday 25 March. And we’ve got three R500 Exclusive Books vouchers to give away!
Zoe Sallis takes the reader on a journey across continents and cultures in a new book sharing the extraordinary ‘Voices of Powerful Women’.
With loads of new books to get stuck into for the rest of March, The South African is giving away three Exclusive Books vouchers worth R500 each.
Saadawi’s outspoken brand of feminism — including campaigning against women wearing the veil, inequality in Muslim inheritance rights between men and women, polygamy and female circumcision – gained her as many critics as admirers in the Middle East.
Armchair travel: Embark on a journey around the globe – from Russia to Cuba – by reading these great books in the comfort of your home.
Nobel Prize winner Sir Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel ‘Klara and the Sun’ will be adapted for the screen by Dahvi Waller, of ‘Mad Men’ fame.
Widely acclaimed author Brent Meersman dives into SA’s fraught history in his latest book, ‘Rattling The Cage: Reflections on democratic South Africa’.
Immersing themselves in thrilling adventure stories will keep inquisitive young readers occupied and engaged for hours on end.
South African actress Dr Gcina Mhlophe is sharing the magic of storytelling in a webinar to celebrate International Mother Language Day.
Former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will bring out a suspense thriller with Canadian writer Penny in October.
Jonathan Jansen and Stephen McGown are two of the guests to appear on Exclusive Books’ ‘Cover to Cover’ show on 24 February.