Open Book Festival: In an exciting first since 2019, the much-loved literary festival will once again host an in-person programme.
Author and journalist Sam Mathe’s ‘From Kippie to Kippies And Beyond’ profiles four generations of South African musicians.
‘Putin’s People’, a book by the UK’s Catherine Belton is topping the bestseller list amid Russia’s war with Ukraine.
Timeless whodunnit: In 87 years, only four readers have been able to crack the murder case of the interactive classic ‘Cain’s Jawbone’.
Female friendship, intrigue and glitzy gatherings make Nikki May’s first book – ‘Wahala’ – a truly refreshing read.
In an exclusive interview, Gabriella Saab opens up about her experience writing ‘The Last Checkmate’ about the horrors of the Holocaust.
New York Times bestselling author Casey Mcquiston’s latest book, ‘One Last Stop’, features some great characters…with some highs and lows.
The eighth novel in the Walsh family series, ‘Again, Rachel’, has all the laughter, love and drama you’d expect from Marian Keyes.
SA novelist Nthikeng Mohlele’s new collection of short stories,’The Discovery of Love’, is a celebration of love in all its stages and forms.
As we navigate post-apartheid South Africa, we should look back at these once-banned books from authors who refused to be silenced.
Rosemary Sullivan’s ‘The Betrayal of Anne Frank’ has received a lot of backlash with Jewish groups calling the book ‘sensationalist’.
#BookTok craze: Here is the lowdown on the literary TikTok genre called BookTok and how it is reshaping the reading world.
Pumla Gqola’s latest book, ‘Female Fear Factory’ highlights how sophisticated the ‘project patriarchy’ ecosystem is, among other issues.
Gabriella Saab makes her literary debut with a fierce historical fiction novel, driven by complex yet realistic characters and raw emotion.
Test your knowledge of South Africa’s very own young authors and stand the chance to win one of three R500 vouchers from Exclusive Books.
A US school board in Tennessee has banned a highly acclaimed 1986 Holocaust novel ‘Maus’ for crude language and imagery.
Award-winning American author Alice Hoffman is back with the second and final instalment of her spellbinding series ‘Practical Magic’.
Budding author Bontle Ndhlovu has published her first book, titled ‘The Oceanic Oxy Rescue Mission’, at just eight years old!
In her book ‘Waterboy’, journalist Glynis Horning chronicles her heart-breaking struggle of trying to make sense of her son’s suicide.
Accomplished sportswoman Erica Terblanche invites readers to join her as she retraces her steps and shares her adventures in ‘Run for the Love of Life’.
Ahmet Altan, who was released from prison last year and faces the threat of further prosecution would rather be in prison than live in exile.
Late poet, author and civil rights activist Maya Angelou is the first black woman to appear on a US quarter.
France’s biggest literary star, Michel Houellebecq, was back in bookshops Friday, with many eager to know what the famously prescient author has to say in the midst of a bruising election campaign.
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‘Rise’ tells the story of Siya Kolisi becoming a Springbok captain, but fails to fully reveal the humorous man behind the symbol.