Reading for enjoyment
Reading for enjoyment

Every month Jet Club gives away books to the value of R1000 to four Jet Club kids' school libraries. Leah Raees Govender of Palmcroft Primary School in Phoenix was a recent winner...

Issued by The Publishing Partnership 9 Sep 2016

Sally Andrew wins Nielsen Booksellers' Choice Award
Sally Andrew wins Nielsen Booksellers' Choice Award

Penguin Random House author Sally Andrew won the Nielsen Booksellers' Choice - Book of the Year Award for her book, Recipes for Love and Murder: A Tannie Maria Mystery at the 2016 Nielsen Bookseller's Awards ceremony, held at the Vineyard Hotel in Cape Town...

Issued by Penguin Random House SA 2 Sep 2016

Penguin Random House South Africa wins 2016 Sefika Trade Publisher of the Year Award
Penguin Random House South Africa wins 2016 Sefika Trade Publisher of the Year Award

Penguin Random House South Africa received top honours in the category Trade Publisher of the Year at the 2016 Sefika Awards ceremony, held at the Vineyard Hotel in Cape Town...

Issued by Penguin Random House SA 1 Sep 2016

John Brown Media appointed as content agency for Leisure Books/Leserskring
John Brown Media appointed as content agency for Leisure Books/Leserskring

John Brown Media is thrilled to announce that it has been selected as the content agency to produce the catalogues for the iconic Leserskring/Leisure Books audience of book lovers...

Issued by John Brown 26 Aug 2016

South African crime writer to team up with thriller superstar James Patterson
South African crime writer to team up with thriller superstar James Patterson

South African crime writer Jassy Mackenzie will contribute a book to James Patterson's imprint, BookShots. Patterson will be writing, collaborating on, or personally curating every title published by the new imprint...

Issued by Penguin Random House SA 22 Aug 2016

Fred Khumalo's new novel on the sinking of the SS Mendi to be published in South Africa and the UK
Fred Khumalo's new novel on the sinking of the SS Mendi to be published in South Africa and the UK

The SS Mendi was a passenger steamship that sank in the English Channel in 1917, killing 646 people, most of whom were black South African troops heading for France to serve in World War I...

Issued by Penguin Random House SA 16 Aug 2016