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A secret history unraveled in the Giants Of Lesotho

Award-winning writer, Max Du Preez, transports listeners with a true story of wise men, warriors and an ideology that created the country of Lesotho.

Max du Preez’s latest book brings spring early to SA

Max du Preez's new book "A Rumour of Spring" is an insightful look at where the country is today and how we got here.

ANC not impressed by columnist’s Facebook profanities

The ANC expressed outrage on Thursday over profanities columnist Max du Preez made on Facebook about the ruling party.

South Africa: The good and the ugly

This is an edited extract from the opinion piece titled <i>Of Jacob, Julius, Jimmy and the dancing monkey</i> by Max du Preez.

Bipolar, but beloved

"Being a democratic South African is a troubled relationship, but true citizens don't quit, they seek new solutions"

A ‘shameful’ state of affairs

The current lack of reading culture has not helped the country's publishing industry, which was put under further pressure when the recession hit.

Writers’ voices

The <i>Mail & Guardian</i>'s Niren Tolsi sought response from writers attending the Time of the Writer festival about their role.

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