Busisekile Khumalo was born in Zimbabwe and currently resides in South Africa. She is a human rights lawyer and has published four books in her name,…
Book ReviewsFictionPan Macmillan South Africa
This modern tale introduces us to the Mafu family set in the backdrop of the tumultuous Zimbabwean economy in the 2000s. We meet Pastor Abraham and…
Andy Capostagno is a veteran sports commentator in South Africa. Capostagno has written four sports-based books and his latest book, Beast, which is an autobiography of Springbok legend Tendai Mtawarira was released last year by Pan MacMillan South Africa just before the Rugby World Cup in Japan. In this Q&A session with EW Blog editor, Capostagno talks about the writing process of the book, how Beast got cold feet about the release date, and his take on Siya Kolisi/Jeremy Daniels autobiography saga.
Tafadzwa Z Taruvinga released his debut memoir titled, The Educated Waiter in 2019. Tafadzwa has a knack for literary, popular, and scholarly writing. He is also a corporate trainer with solid experience sharpened from delivering accredited courses within 50+ private and public sector organisations on the African continent. In this exclusive interview with EW Blog editor, Ezekiel Kekana, Tafadzwa reflects on his debut memoir, the plight of African immigrants in South Africa and he also shares good advice with young foreign African students studying in South Africa.
The history of Rhodesia (now known as Zimbabwe) is mired down with the blood of innocent souls, whether be it Ian Smith’s soldiers killing many black…