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‘Explosion’ in black readership
‘Explosion’ in black readership
Love Books in Melville, Johannesburg, on a recent Monday night, is filled with people listening to Panashe Chigumadzi read an extract from her...
Be yourself, phone Mom  ... and shop
Be yourself, phone Mom ... and shop
Many years ago, I decided to shop more often at Hyde Park Corner. Yes, there were historical associations, because I went to Hyde Park High School...
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.
Exclusive Books launches in-store restaurant
Exclusive Books launches in-store restaurant
“Never read while eating!” my grandfather used to say in his most stentorian voice. I always wondered which offended him most: the insult to...
Ancillary Justice: Gender-blurred ship's tale soars
Ancillary Justice: Gender-blurred ship's tale soars
Winning both the Hugo and Nebula awards in the same year isn’t too unusual. Among the score or so of writers who’ve done it are Ursula le Guin...
Syndicates target Exclusive Books
Syndicates target Exclusive Books
Times Media Group will soon announce the identity of the winning bidder for its non-core asset, Exclusive Books, the country's largest trade...
If only the book business was that good
If only the book business was that good
Which was made clear in Tanya Pampalone’s generally engaging article on the subject (“Is this the end of the bookshop, or just a new...
You get what you spend
You get what you spend
Loyalty cards have flooded the South African market but customers may need to exercise caution when agreeing to their terms and conditions.
Exclusively for Soweto
Exclusively for Soweto
A giant statue of an elephant in majestic mid-stride says you've arrived at the Maponya Mall in Soweto.
Stocking fillers?
Stocking fillers?
Not silly, but certainly part of the silly season: that's the annual selection of summer book releases destined to be acquired, wrapped and...
Battle to save the seafront
Battle to save the seafront
The curling seafront promenade that stretches from Granger Bay to Bantry Bay on Cape Town's Atlantic coast is that rarest of things in a city...
Political books go pop
Political books go pop
Books about the state of the nation and local political figures are not just winning prizes and critical acclaim, they are also the surprise new...

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