African Flavour Books

 
Art moves to buyers’ doorstep
Art moves to buyers’ doorstep
“Cities are strange things. They operate with little concern for people and their comfort, and rather function as efficient machines that are...
No flavour in this book judge
No flavour in this book judge
Last weekend, the Sunday Times Literary Awards long-lists for the Barry Ronge Fiction Prize and the Alan Paton Award for Non-fiction were...
Slice of life: Writing is painful but it heals
Slice of life: Writing is painful but it heals
At the launch of red cotton and feeling and ugly by Impepho Press, I realised how comforting it is to push your traumas away and...
For good vibes and an Arts fix, don't miss this
For good vibes and an Arts fix, don't miss this
Letta and Caiphus Live in Concert: As part of the 10th annual Mzansi Fela Festival, the State Theatre is hosting Letta Mbulu and...
What makes a good bookstore?
What makes a good bookstore?
There is no watertight formula for buying books — whether it is for academic purposes, leisure reading or something in between.
Writing’s on the wall for parochial SA publishers
Writing’s on the wall for parochial SA publishers
As a writer published in South Africa, I work in an insane industry.
African Flavour Books: Vaal’s little piece of heaven
African Flavour Books: Vaal’s little piece of heaven
Fortescue Helepi, the owner of African Flavour Books, says he has put almost every cent he has earned over the past three years into his bookstore...

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