Molefe Pheto, a former political prisoner, had been hoping for armed engagement after Nelson Mandela's release. "The Bull from Moruleng" is his story.
Jane Rosenthal sculpts dreams and rides quaggas in the exotic kingdom of the sacred gold-plated rhino in Zakes Mda's "The Sculptors of Mapungubwe".
Jane Rosenthal assesses four novels that cast the country in very different lights.
The only book prize that celebrates works of fiction written in all of our official languages has been suspended.
In "Untitled", Kgebetli Moele brings home the travesty of the "respectable" men who destroy women's dreams.
The novel, Five Lives at Noon provides a detailed account of the events that led to the demise of legislated apartheid.
A poignant debut novel reflects on life and love in a conservative farming community in the Free State.
Crime fiction continues to soar. Why this is is frequently debated.
Jane Rosenthal takes a critic's and a reader's look at Nadine Gordimer's work.
Now that Alice Munro has won the Nobel Prize for Literature, her previously low profile in South Africa is bound to change.