BOOKS: Mamphela Ramphele’s political disaster

Ramphele looks back on her messy adventure, and looks for solutions to our current problems

ROOFTOP BARS: Menus, venues and views

Kicking back after a gruelling few weeks and getting ready for the extra-long weekend? What better way than a cocktail at a rooftop bar? Here are four of the ...

Ahmed Kathrada: the man behind the giant

Deeper insight into the life of a struggle icon

Books: How to save the world

Age of Discovery shines light into the gloom

Telling tips from the top: Tim Ferriss’s Tools of Titans

There really is something for everyone — and I mean everyone

Novelist Lesley Pearse to visit SA

One of UK’s best-loved novelists will be in the country to promote the paperback release of her latest book, Dead to Me

BOOKS: Power from the people

SA’s Corporatised Liberation, by Dale McKinley

BOOKS: The Calloways are back

Russell and Corrine stay with him, says McInerney of third book in the series

Helen Zille: The battle continues

Helen Zille’s story is full-blooded, no-nonsense and gladiatorial

Heart for art and service

SA-born author Richard Mason says writing calls for more than disciplined effort

Healthy living made easy

Smoothies, low-carbs and French food

Books: Beyond borders

Local authors are using foreign landscapes to explore perennial human issues

BOOKS: Into the Water

It comes as little surprise that Paula Hawkins’ next novel, Into the Water, is one of the most eagerly awaited literary events of 2017

Book: The Relatively Public Life of Jules Browde

This captivating biography’s ostensible subject, Jules Browde, was a legal luminary who studied with Nelson Mandela, served with distinction during World War ...

E-book: Starfish Story

Starfish Greathearts Foundation is offering an innovative option of adding a novel stocking-filler to your gifts bag while being philanthropic