All posts tagged joburg
In a wide-ranging interview, Geoff Dyer tells SIMON VAN SCHALKWYK about language, writing and a sense of place.
JOSHUA MASEROW is impressed by Small Things, an abundantly strange and beguiling tale of failure by Nthikeng Mohlele.
A mother grieves over her dead son in this extract from the new novel by Zukiswa Wanner.
BONGANI KONA reviews London – Cape Town – Joburg, Zukiswa Wanner’s new novel, and discovers it’s a cracking read.
BONGANI KONA reviews Jozi, a bleak portrait of inner-city life by Perfect Hlongwane.
Urbanist RASHIQ FATAAR reviews Afropolis, which explores the evolving nature of five African cities through a showcase of their media, art and narratives.
GARETH LANGDON reviews In Love’s Place by Etienne van Heerden — a satisfying and surprising South African novel.
ALEXANDER MATTHEWS reviews Shadows, Novuyo Rosa Tshuma’s debut novella and short story collection.