Trevor Noah Born a Crime

Book Review: The Verdict’s in for Trevor Noah’s ‘Born a Crime’

South African expat ELSA BROWNE, who lives in the UK, is one of the first people on the planet to have read Trevor Noah's book...

25 Books Every South African Should Read

Looking for deeper insight into South Africa - or just a good read? Here are snap reviews of classic South African books, covering everything from...

Athol Williams Wins Prestigious Poetry Award… for Second Year Running

Congratulations to Athol Williams who has been awarded the Sol Plaatje European Union Poetry Award for the second year running, becoming the first person...

Advocate Thuli Madonsela to Publish Memoir

Advocate Thuli Madonsela has announced she is "supremely honoured and excited to partner with Pan Macmillan SA to publish my memoirs. Hope the insights shared...

KAROO DIARY: Seeking Out Saskatchewan!

Last summer I had a thought and shared it with my wife Jules. “Jules,” I said. “Imagine a South African sitting up north somewhere like...

Joburg’s 10 Million Tree Canopy Under SERIOUS Threat. Here’s What You...

Johannesburg is famous for having one of the largest urban forests in the world, but now the South African city faces losing much of...
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KAROO DIARY: A Silly Sense of Snow

Looking out at the vast and sunny Karoo Heartland today, you’d never think that less than two weeks ago we were all snow-stormed in. Which...
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Confessions of a stay-at-home dad

Bruce Clark is one of those unusual things – a stay-at-home dad. In his uplifting memoir Love Sex Fleas God, aptly subtitled “Confessions of a...
The Pavement Bookworm, South Africa

The Unlikely Story of The Pavement Bookworm

A wonderful story of inspiration is unfolding in Empire Road and other streets of Johannesburg where a well-known South African storyteller has discovered an...
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Grab a Book and Join the Reading Revolution

Drop everything for 30 minutes and read a book - that’s the message from Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga as she jumpstarted the reading...

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Coming Up on Carte Blanche: The Women Behind Stroop, Assassinations and...

This week Carte Blanche investigates the questionable ethics of transporting South African Livestock overseas, the women behind the movie Stroop and more! You can...

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Since the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill was introduced to Parliament, bringing it a step closer to reality, SAPeople has been inundated with concerned...
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SA ‘Expat Tax’ Answers to FAQ South Africans Working Abroad Need...

As March 2020 approaches, when SA 'Expat Tax' is due to be implemented, we've been inundated with questions from South Africans working abroad. Here...