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Michael Hammond’s photographs offer a vivid portrait of the controversial Afrikaner “homeland”.
Design advocate Zahira Asmal shares her reading favourites.
Cultural historian Petra Mason discusses the allure of the late Bunny Yeager’s iconic pinup photography as showcased in her books Bunny Yeager’s Darkroom and the upcoming Bettie Page: Queen of Curves.
GARETH LANGDON chats to Nadia Davids about her exquisite debut novel, An Imperfect Blessing, which unpeels the hope and turbulence of a Cape Town in transition.
From a pop-up desert community to a renowned composer, these are some of the things that make South Africa great.
The Pelican Books editor discusses the resurrection of the famous non-fiction imprint which is back on bookshop shelves after a 30-year hiatus.
TARAH CHILDES reviews The Round House, the National Book Award-winning novel by Louise Erdrich.
“Books are to expand my mind and take me to places I wouldn’t normally go,” says Tony Lankester, CEO of the National Arts Festival, as he shares the reads that have inspired him.