BOOK REVIEW: Decisions, decisions — a smart guide to making the right choices

To protect decisions against bias, people need to know when they can trust their gut feelings, writes Eugene Yiga

BOOK REVIEW: Two wealthy authors who write to change lives

Entrepreneurs Albert van Wyk and Mpho Dagada on why impact counts more than sales, writes Lungile Sojini

AUTHOR INTERVIEW: The poet-cop who learnt feminism from his mom

Jeremy Vearey chronicles his evolution in his memoir, Jeremy vannie Elsies, writes Liz McGregor

Piecing broken Baghdad back together again

Iraqi writer Ahmed Saadawi has set his recent novel in a modern-day hell: Baghdad in 2005

The making of Michael K: Enigmatic character, enigmatic author

Nthikeng Mohlele retells the story of JM Coetzee’s character Michael K — through the eyes of the narrator

BOOK REVIEW: Writers’ tales trace brave lives that beat the odds

Power FM presenter Rappetti and communication strategist Nhlapo paint vivid pictures of past in memoirs, writes Rehana Rossouw

BOOK REVIEW: Undervalued stories from a big continent

Anya Schiffrin’s African Muckraking aims to dispel the lack of trust in investigative journalism on the continent and abroad, writes Diane de Beer

BOOK REVIEW: Emotions ride high in continuing struggle for justice

Lukhanyo and Abigail Calata’s My Father Died for This is remembrance folded into mourning and the mobilisation of memory into activism, writes Xolisa ...

BOOK REVIEW: Guantánamo: an American Lubyanka

Guantánamo Diary is Mohamedou Ould Slahi’s memoir of two-and-a-half years of tribulation and trauma at the hands of the shadowy ...

BOOK REVIEW: A moving account of how black land was stolen

Legislation and legal minds become the lens for examination of dispossession in author Tembeka Ngcukaitobi’s The Land is Ours, writes Xolisa Phillip

BOOK REVIEW: James Comey’s bestseller raises more loyalty questions than answers

In his let-rip book, the FBI’s director fired by Donald Trump may be positioning himself for higher office, writes Maarten Mittner

BOOK REVIEW: Dividends lie in the pursuit of excellence

Author Tom Peters in The Excellence Dividend says irrespective of what happens excellence is ‘the best defence and offence’, writes Owen Skae

BOOK REVIEW: Classic Winton, with less padding and more grunge

Themes of identity and hurt men crowd Tim Winton’s new novel, The Shepherd’s Hut, writes Lyn McCredden

Journalist connects the dots in trail of assassinations

Groenink is a tenacious journalist. She has carefully uncovered new truths that have withstood a barrage of threats.

Forgotten heroes deliver a timely lesson on struggle

New book places young lions like Mangaliso Sobukwe at the front of the fight against apartheid and colonialism

Tales of pride, polarisation and prejudice

Phumlani Pikoli’s collection of stories deals with a range of issues including romance, race and social media

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