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"Its survival is my survival'': Imke van Heerden in conversation with translator Jameson MalulekeEnglish 2009-12-09
"For me, translation is both a profession and a passion. Creativity in translation is like Kentucky Fried Chicken: a source of finger lickin’ goodness!"
Interview: Eben Venter’s Trencherman2008-10-15 Charles Malan interviewed Eben Venter, who is temporarily living in Australia, about Trencherman, the translation of his novel Horrelpoot. Let’s talk about the reception and implications of the translation. One of the earliest ...
Maskew Miller Longman Literature Awards: 10 quick questions to Charles J Fourie2008-08-26 Maskew Miller Longman has announced the winners of its 2008 Literature Award competition for writing in all South Africa’s official languages. This year’s competition focused on youth dramas. Charles J Fourie won the ...
Trencherman: Venter's Anatomy of Visionlessness in Translation2008-07-28 Title: Trencherman (Originally Horrelpoot)Author: Eben Venter; translated by Luke StubbsPublisher: Tafelberg, 2008Format: PaperbackPages: 321ISBN: 978 0 624 04651 6Click on the cover of Trencherman to order your copy of the book from Kalahari.net.In ...
Whiplash will get you thinking2008-07-04
Oop kaarte: Goeie leesvermaak, ook vir manne2007-11-21
Sunday Times Alan Paton Award 2007: Ivan Vladslavić for Portrait with KeysBooks and writers 2007-06-20
Written over eight years, Ivan Vladislavić’s Portrait with Keys - Joburg & What What is a sequence of 138 passages depicting a shifting Johannesburg.