Late style shows up in Milan Kundera's 'The Festival of Insignificance'.
Chris Schoeman, author of the "The Unknown Van Gogh", answers questions about Cornelis van Gogh, who lived and died in South Africa.
They spoke. They listened. They argued. Now the work for the M&G Literary Festival 2016 has begun.
Postapartheid writing and hot provocative issues book-end this year's M&G Literary Festival, which takes place on August 1 and 2.
Surfing takes centre stage at the 10th Wavescape Surf Festival with fictions and documentaries that zoom in on ocean sustainability and beach culture.
Hot debates are on offer as the literary festival and book fair join forces.
As the renowned film festival opens across parts of the country, Darryl Accone and Katlego Mkhwanazi list their must-sees.
Not an easy man to have on your side, Günter Grass was a writer who had the gall to spit into the soup of the high and mighty.
A first-time South African novelist’s admiration for Salman Rushdie saw her physically attacked and allegedly forced into a mental institution.
Marlene Van Niekerk's "two masterpieces" detail the aggravations of the political transition in South Africa - particularly for Afrikaners.