As a staunch reader of Eva Mazza’s works, I think it is only fair that I start with an admission. Upon receiving my copy of Eva’s…
AuthorsPan Macmillan South AfricaQ&A
Dikgang Moseneke is a retired former Deputy Chief Justice of the Republic of South Africa. Since his retirement from the Constitutional Court of South Africa, he has written two books. His latest book is called All Rise published by Pan MacMillan South Africa in 2020. In this Q&A session with EW BLOG’s editor, Ezekiel Kekana, Justice Moseneke reflects on his latest book, the genesis of the Constitutional Court, the role of religion in a secular state and pays respect to the late chief justices, Pius Langa and Arthur Chaskalson.
Book ReviewsFictionJacana Media
One of the most amazing things after reading a novel is the warm feeling inside of immediately craving a sequel. This highlights the good quality of…
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The Cursed Touch follows the journey of self-discovery of a mother, wife, and investment executive, Sondra Carim-Edwards. A sequence of events brings her to her knees…
Jamil F. Khan is a researcher, PhD Critical Diversity studies candidate, and columnist. He released his debut book called Khamr- the Making of a Waterslams. The book was published under Jacana Media and has been described by many as a groundbreaking memoir of the 21st century. In this Q&A session with EW Blog editor, Jamil speaks about the writing process of Khamr, tackling his family biggest source of shame, and his conscious use of the terms, Satan and god in the book.