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Obituary: Literary allrounder Stephen Gray was a scholar, critic, novelist and poet

Stephen Gray made an immense, long contribution to the South African literary landscape across many genres, but it was poetry that he described as ‘the main activity of my life’

The good, the bad and the Bosman

Herman Charles Bosman's colourful life story ?has been equally sanitised and sensationalised. The true story turns out to be rather well-hidden.

How Diederick Kleynhans found his (mis)fortune in the big city

On the 60th anniversary of Herman Charles Bosman's death, we publish 'Homecoming' from <i>The ­Complete Voorkamer Stories</i>.

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