SA writing took centre stage at the 2024 Franschhoek Literary Festival, held from May 17 to 19, drawing attention to the richness of local fiction.

Many of our most popular authors are unapologetically exploring post-apartheid identity, culture and social issues in ways that may be more vibrant and provocative than a decade ago. And by pushing the boundaries of genre and form, their work is resonating with local and global readers...

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