South African Book Fair

 
Sarah Ladipo Manyika: Storytelling is in her blood
Sarah Ladipo Manyika: Storytelling is in her blood
Sarah Ladipo Manyika is in Johannesburg for the South African Book Fair. She’s just flown in from Cape Town, where she was at Open Book, and we...
Let’s do it by the book
Let’s do it by the book
Nearly half (47,6%) of the country’s children never read a book or drew pictures (44,7%) with a parent or guardian, according to 
New partnership gives space to up-and-coming publishers
New partnership gives space to up-and-coming publishers
An industry that is not constantly growing and nurturing new talent is doomed to fail. Given that, the Publishing Association of South Africa (Pasa)...
South African Book Fair's thought-provoking reads
South African Book Fair's thought-provoking reads
The publishing landscape is undergoing seismic changes. Technological advances have fundamentally changed the way people buy and read books, with the...
It’s definitely one for the books at the SA fair
It’s definitely one for the books at the SA fair
The South African Book Fair takes place at the Turbine Hall in Newtown, Johannesburg, from July?31 to August 2, alongside the sixth M&G...
M&G Literary Festival programme
M&G Literary Festival programme
*Note changes to the programme: Raks Seakhoa will no longer chair the South African fiction publishing at 21:...
M&G Literary Festival aims to provoke
M&G Literary Festival aims to provoke
Reputation, race, city futures, political economy, decolonising culture and institutions, the politics of publishing and the South African novel at...

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