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Darryl Accone delves into the world of dick-lit, a world new local imprint Two Dogs is eager to dominate.
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English is now the most secure -- and least expected -- of lifelines for Afrikaans, writes Darryl Accone.
Standard Bank's latest exhibition explores the complexities of the China-Africa relationship.
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Darryl Accone previews the line-up for the Mail & Guardian's annual celebration of literature.