An updated edition of Pieter du Toit’s book, ‘The Stellenbosch Mafia’, elaborates on the fallout between Johann Rupert and Christo Wiese, who has been badly ...
Two new books about The Beatles have David Gorin and Sarah Buitendach’s words flowing out ‘like endless rain into a paper cup’
Loved or reviled, four years after the 2016 US general election, Hillary Clinton remains a figure around whom so many contradictions and divisions coalesce
The Ratline is a meandering biography only partly about a man who deserved his painful demise. That he lived in terrible times was a tragedy for millions of ...
A story unfolds and it’s not on the pages — it’s about the pages, writes Luke Alfred
This is the tale of how Wattpad is changing the world of storytelling one upload at a time. Jo Buitendach braved the new digital frontier
Sarah Buitendach looks at how escapist reading and other pleasures can lighten the emotional load of Covid-19
What does it take to write a good rugby book? Eddie Jones and Donald McRae show how it’s done
Kate Rogan, owner of Joburg’s beloved Love Books, on what she recommends you should start your reading blitz with
One tollgate recorded 4,500 ox wagons a year travelling from the Cape to the interior
The follow-up to her 2018 fiction debut, Knucklebone, it is another tale that delves into the crimes Reshma Patel and Ian Jack investigate in and around Gauteng
Skilled riflemen turned a train into a mobile fortress, but before the British force in the town was relieved in May 1900 ammunition was getting scarce and ...
The 1950s produced some powerful films, many still seen as classics today
Dance of the Trillions leaves many mysteries about global capital flows unexplained
Sunday Times journalist Qaanitah Hunter tracks the genesis of ‘thuma mina’ and how it became the tagline of Cyril Ramaphosa’s presidency
Numerous reports of mysterious flying objects were reported in the aftermath of World War 2, and rumours compelled officials to issue statements denying that ...