Set in contemporary Jo’burg, The Dirt Road follows a quirky and inherently tragic love story of a Xhosa man and a Coloured woman.
For black people who think camping is purely for white people, Roland Mpofu reviews why you should read Fikile Hlatshwayo's Blacks Do Caravan book.
The Passion of Mademoiselle S: Letters to a Lover details a mistress's sexual encounters in the 1920s.
Reincarnation theme runs through this clever thriller.
McKaiser’s book is a journey of emotions we must all undertake, and recommended reading for all.
Man who gave ‘boring Arsenal’ the big boot.
A ‘dystopian’ read that’s truly impressive.
You would never want to get on the wrong side of Grace Jones, but she's a blast to hang out with here.
The displaced come out of shadows in Africa.
A haunting tale of hardship on the margins of society.
Pitfalls await when escaping from life’s ‘trappings’.
Local club Crankhandle celebrates 60 years on the road with anniversary tribute.
An intriguing mix of detection (and cooking)… in the Karoo.
First-class intriguing secret lives of second-hand books.
Passionate inner life of a spinster longing for love documented in delicously funny and frank diaries.