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Interview: London Cape Town Joburg

Zukiswa Wanner, Jonathan Amid 2014-07-29 Jonathan Amid interviews Zukiswa Wanner about London Cape Town Joburg.

Review: The Unsaid by Richard de Nooy

Natasja le Roux 2014-07-16 "The Unsaid is a powerful book in which everything makes sense, the humour is black where it has to be black and the characters are perfect in their imperfection."

Forged in battle by Jan Breytenbach

Jaco Fouché 2014-07-08 "To hell with that, I say. Read this book, whether you're into military affairs, African history, adventure, action movies or masculine power plays. Read it."

Life begins at forty: National Arts Festival 2014

Ismail Mahomed, Naomi Meyer 2014-07-01 The National Arts Festival is 40 years old this year. Ismail Mahomed tells Naomi Meyer why everybody should attend the party.

Die vere van die duiwel by Sigrid Schmidt

Sigrid Schmidt, Naomi Meyer 2014-06-25 Modern folklore: Sigrid Schmidt tells about the birth of her book Die vere van die duiwel.

Reader's review: London Cape Town Joburg by Zukiswa Wanner

Jonathan Amid 2014-06-23 "Three places and many heartbreaks in this superb novel." Jonathan Amid shares his thoughts on this book by Zukiswa Wanner.

Interview: Rita Barnard on The Cambridge Companion to Nelson Mandela

Rita Barnard, Jonathan Amid 2014-06-19 "How could we avoid being overtaken by history?"

Penumbra by Songeziwe Mahlangu

Jonathan Amid 2014-06-11 Read Jonathan Amid's review of this <em>Sunday Times</em> Award nominee.

Interviews: Sunday Times and Alan Paton Awards 2014

2014-05-28 A total of ten books were shortlisted for the Alan Paton Award and the Sunday Times Fiction Prize 2014. Read Naomi Meyer's interviews with the shortlisted authors.

Booktown Richmond's BookBedonnerd Festival 2014

Darryl David, Naomi Meyer 2014-05-21 Darryl David tells Naomi Meyer about Booktown Richmond, the very centre of the literary universe in the Great Karoo.

Sunday Times Literary Awards Shortlist nominees announced

Naomi Bruwer 2014-05-20 A total of ten books were shortlisted for the Alan Paton Award and the Sunday Times Fiction Prize at the shortlist announcement of the 2014 Sunday Times Literary Awards in association with Exclusive Books held in Franschhoek on 17 May 2014.  

The cutting room by Mary Watson

Jonathan Amid 2014-05-20 Read Jonathan Amid's review of this book, published by Penguin SA.

African Library: Tears of the Desert – A Memoir of Survival in Darfur

Annie Gagiano 2014-04-29 Tears of the Desert – A Memoir of Survival in Darfur by Halima Bashir with Damien Lewis is a work of testimony and an important addition to the African archive.

Napoleon Bones by Jenny Hobbs

Jonathan Amid 2014-04-24 Read a review of this crime thriller.

DF Malan and the Rise of Afrikaner Nationalism by Lindie Koorts

Paul Murray 2014-04-22 Paul Murray teaches history and holds a DPhil in the historical sciences from the University of Pretoria. Read his review of this important book.

Field guide to the spiders of South Africa by Ansie Dippenaar-Schoeman

Ansie Dippenaar-Schoeman, Naomi Meyer 2014-04-17 "When I see a spider, I want to kill it. Should I?" Ansie Dippenaar-Schoeman answers Naomi Meyer's questions.