To mark novelist Nadine Gordimer's 90th birthday,Craig MacKenzie celebrates how her work has astutely interpreted the tenor of our times.
In short stories Nadine Gordimer's pen is at its most lucid, establishing this often-underrated text form as a handsome far-reaching genre.
Jane Rosenthal takes a critic's and a reader's look at Nadine Gordimer's work.
We salute sculptor Jane Alexander and writer Nadine Gordimer for art that is as apt today as it was in the early 1980s.
Human consciousness demands open expression in order to deal honestly with our world, writes Nadine Gordimer.
Nobel-winning author Nadine Gordimer has paid tribute to Chinua Achebe, the eminent writer who passed away in March.
Nobel prize winning author Nadine Gordimer has celebrated the legacy of the late writer Chinua Achebe at the M&G Literary festival.
Acclaimed writer Nadine Gordimer has poured scorn on SA's education system as "a wreck" over the failure to deliver textbooks to Limpopo schools.
Sean O'Toole explores some of the portrayals of the naked black body that have elicited fierce reactions in SA's recent past.
Nobel prize winning author Nadine Gordimer has condemned the Protection of State Information Bill, calling it a threat to freedom in South Africa.
NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT by Nadine Gordimer (Picador Africa).
Nadine Gordimer charts South Africa's journey into an uncertain landscape in her new novel. We publish two extracts from the novel.
The ANC's chief whip says the National Press Club's Black Wednesday plan for this week's vote on the secrecy Bill are a senseless distortion of facts
Nadine Gordimer joined William Kentridge and Mark Gevisser last week for a discussion on memory and creativity. Read her full speech here.
Nadine Gordimer speaks to Emma Brockes about the urge to write, what will happen when Mandela dies, and being a white African.
Writer Nadine Gordimer is fighting again, this time against government's plans to muzzle the media. She tells Stephen Moss why.
Shaun de Waal reviews Telling Times: Living and Writing 1950-2008 by Nadine Gordimer.
Twenty years after helping defeat apartheid, the eminent writer is fighting government plans to muzzle South Africa's media.
Jeopardising the freedom of writers will endanger the freedom of every reader in South Africa, renowned authors said on Friday.