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Jacana Media is an African publisher specialising in a range of books including fiction, non-fiction, travel, natural history, current affairs & cookbooks.
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Join us along with the and for a panel discussion entitled Narratives of Change: Reflecting on movements in South Africa.
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NelsonMandela Jun 15
Are you interested in joining us for a dialogue entitled: ‘The Narratives of Change: Reflecting on Movements in South Africa’? Join us at 14h00 on Saturday, 22 June 2019 at the Nelson Mandela Foundation, 107 Central Street, Houghton. Details are attached. RSVP is required.
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Toni Stuart Jun 16
Kitchen is a poetry + food collab between myself & the incredible Karen Dudley . Join us on Jun 27, 6.30pm at The Kitchen, Woodstock. Karen will be signing copies of her latest book, Book
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Nadia Goetham 15h
Next week (26 June) we are launching with author Yusuf Daniels at this Homebru event! Don't forget to RSVP.
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Rajesh Sundaram Jun 14
Just been told that my book ‘Indentured Behind the Scenes at Gupta TV’ is back on the top 100 list in South Africa this week at #51. This is a full year and three months after it was published. Thank you and
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Nadia Goetham Jun 14
We are so proud of author Yusuf Daniels whose memoir of short stories, Living Coloured, has made its debut at #17 on the Top 100 South African books sold the past week. Now available at all good bookstores.
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The Cheeky Natives Jun 14
Today we feature who reads from his piece in the 'As You Like It' anthology. This anthology has won the 2019 Lambda Award for Best Fiction Anthology. It is published by in collaboration with Happy Pride Month
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FB: Jacana Media Jun 14
Free Expression on Youth Day: A Review of ‘We Are No Longer At Ease: The Struggle for
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FB: Jacana Media Jun 13
Check out author, Keletso Mopai read from her debut collection, 'If You Keep Digging' as part of Pride month celebration!
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The Reading List Jun 12
Living Coloured (Because Black & White Were Already Taken) by Yusuf Daniels utilises short stories to weave together both a culturally insightful and an achingly nostalgic glimpse into a childhood on the Cape Flats. Out now from :
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Barry Gilder Jun 12
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maggie davey Jun 13
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The Reading List Jun 13
Share your fondest memory of your dad and you could win a book hamper from !
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Polity.org.za Jun 12
Bradley Steyn discusses his co-authored book 'Undercover with Mandela's Spies: The Story of the Boy who Crossed the Square'. FULL INTERVIEW:
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Mubanga Kalimamukwento Jun 10
I remember when I was dreaming this. Writers if you’re still thinking about it, please enter your manuscripts into this years Dinaane Debut Fiction Award. Jacana is GOLD!
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rémythequill Jun 10
The Eternal Audience Of One is...
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Bradley Steyn Jun 10
See you in Pretoria this Thursday
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Bradley Steyn Jun 10
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miss vanjie Jun 7
And more new books 🤩
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FB: Jacana Media Jun 6
"I couldn't manage the anger and the flashbacks. When I wake up, it's fight or flight for me." explaining the effects of his PTSD due to witnessing the Strydom massacre.
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