Young adult book lovers are in for a great reading summer.
Where did the idea come from for this tale of a schoolgirl who finds enchantment in a perfectly normal garden in a perfectly normal suburb?
An R8-million grant leaves the dazzling South African Mzansi Ballet company dancing on air.
Whether it's rollicking capers or sweet, feel-good tales they're after, young readers are spoilt for choice.
Liesel Trautman decided she wanted to create an art form that could be both beautiful and practical, nourishing both spirit and body.
It was love at first bite — the delicate, shell-shaped, citrusy sponge melted in my mouth and I knew why Proust had made the madeleine famous.
Latest releases on South African shelves prove that if youngsters have material they enjoy, they will read.
Pupils are gobbling up books written just for them, and learning a thing or two along the way.
Delicious products under the label Pasta Factory are ubiquitous in Cape Town, found everywhere from the popular Biscuit Mill market to upmarket delis.
Hot off the press from Jacana is a new crop of local books for read-to-mes.