Art, theatre and literature events to feed your soul this long weekend
Fred Khumalo’s contribution to Niq Mhlongo’s ‘Joburg Noir’ opens with a scene of five gangsters chilling around a braai
An overemphasis on ‘escaping’ the township robs us of the nuanced account of its spirit and a chance to create a habitable space in the margins
Like the tales told by my grandmother, the short story invites us to take part in its telling
Zukiswa Wanner spends time in Tanzania and decides that it is a place she could live in because of its people.
SA author Niq Mhlongo’s latest book "Way Back Home" probes the confluence of binaries and the centrality of the mystical in our lives.
Niq Mhlongo’s Way Back Home is his coming of age as a novelist.
<em>Remotewords</em> aims to "disseminate literary statements" around the world through satellite mapping programmes.
If the Cape Town Book Fair is to mean something beyond an exercise in retailing it needs to seize opportunities to be unique, writes Darryl Accone.