Rofhiwa Maneta elegantly documents his father’s career as a police officer while interrogating violence in SA and exploring fatherhood.
Instead of writing other people’s stories, award-winning screenwriter Georgia Pritchett put her own story to paper in this hilarious memoir.
Popular children’s animation character Peppa Pig returns in print with a new book club adventure in ‘Peppa Pig: Peppa Loves Reading’.
Two new books, Anthem by Noah Hawley and It Doesn’t Have To Be This Way by Alistair MacKay, explore what comes after COVID-19.
Bestselling author VE Schwab’s latest novel, ‘Gallant’, is a dark mystery that combines ‘Coraline’ and ‘The Haunting of Hill House’…
Music legend Dolly Parton and best-selling author James Patterson have joined forces in a new mystery novel with a musical twist.
This month we celebrate the storytellers from our continent. Take our quiz about African authors and win R500 Exclusive Books vouchers.
The first in-person Franschhoek Literary Festival since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic takes place this weekend.
Man Booker Prize finalist Karen Joy Fowler delves into the story behind the mysterious Booth family and one of history’s most famous assassinations.
Antjie Krog turns 70 this year and her passions and commitments show no waning. She represents the role a poet can play in a divided nation.
A new book tells the story of Can Themba who was ‘a daring journalist, unafraid to put his body on the line in pursuit of a story.’
Quraisha Dawood’s debut novel, ‘Stirring the Pot’, explores how race, class and sexuality play out in female friendships.
Debut author Freya Berry weaves a compelling web ‘The Dictator’s Wife’ of what happens when passion and power meet.
Tina Brown’s ‘The Palace Papers’ has been released and provides some more insight into the British royal family and their biggest dramas over the past 25 years.
Find all the answers to our Fred Khumalo Quiz in the review of his latest book and win one of three R500 Exclusive Books vouchers.
In her first book, ‘Ms Mol’s Favourite Things’, author Marlisa Doubell breaks down mental health issues for budding bookworms.
‘The Betrayal of Anne Frank’ is the subject of intense scrutiny as historians declare its findings discredited.
The esteemed International Booker Prize has finally released their 2022 Shortlist and this year female authors reign supreme.
Author and vet Caitlin Venniker is making headlines with her short story ‘The Hunt’ which recently won the esteemed 2022 Mogford Prize.
A loot at how K Sello Duiker defined madness and psychiatric incarceration in his novels. The late novelist would have turned 48 tomorrow.
Sally Andrew shines in a new instalment of the beloved Tannie Maria mysteries. Full of humour and local flavour, this is not one to be missed!
Noviolet Bulawayo’s second novel – which began as non-fiction – leaves realism for allegory to confront the Zimbabwean present.
This year marks 100 years of the publication in ‘Abantu Abamnyama Lapa Bavela Ngakona’, the first isiZulu book-length history of black people.
CA Davids’ new novel takes on memory, drawing together disparate threads across continents to construct a story with humanity at its heart.
Fred Khumalo’s latest novel, ‘Two Tons O’ Fun’, is a classic coming-of-age story that encompasses numerous contemporary topics.