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Galliova Awards announces 2014 finalists
Galliova Awards announces 2014 finalists

The finalists in the 2014 Galliova Food and Health Writers' Awards have been announced across the two main categories and three affiliated awards. These are Galliova Food Writer of the Year (magazines), Galliova Food Writer of the Year (newspapers and weekly titles), Up-and-coming Food Writer of the Year Award, the Galliova Egg Champion for the writer who uses the most eggs in creative ways along with visually appealing egg-related visuals and the Galliova Health Writer of the Year.

20 Oct 2014 11:58

Canine Zone new name for Cesar's Way magazine
Canine Zone new name for Cesar's Way magazine

Canine Zone is a new name for Cesar's Way magazine, as publisher Sharon Dale has decided not to renew the licence contract with Cesar's Way USA due to the Rand/Dollar exchange rate, extremely high licensing fees and the restrictions on digital publishing.

16 Oct 2014 12:37

Aerodrome launches limited edition journal
Aerodrome launches limited edition journal

On Saturday, 20 September, many of Cape Town's bibliophiles spent a cloudless spring day at the city's annual Open Book Festival. But a number of them also came to Warren Editions, a professional printing studio, for the launch of Aerodrome's inaugural journal.

By Eugene Yiga 13 Oct 2014 10:13

Llewellyn Kriel
Save us from the horror of read rage

Along with Dean Koontz, my favourite living author is Stephen King. Not only do these supreme masters scare the holy bejabbers out of me, but they're also Stradivariuses in the use of English.

By Llewellyn Kriel 9 Oct 2014 15:15

Graham Hancock to present full-day seminars in South Africa
Graham Hancock to present full-day seminars in South Africa

Graham Hancock, known for his books, The Sign and The Seal, Fingerprints of the Gods, Heaven's Mirror and Underworld: Flooded Kingdoms of the Ice Age, will be presenting full-day seminars called 'Magicians of the Gods' in South Africa.

9 Oct 2014 09:10

AuthorsMag.com launches digital magazine, for authors by authors
AuthorsMag.com launches digital magazine, for authors by authors

AuthorsMag.com is a proudly South African, digital monthly magazine where readers and writers hang out. The magazine aims to develop the lives of authors, encourage new authors to grow and promote writing and reading amongst the young and old.

3 Oct 2014 08:58

Tracy Gilpin
You're never too old to spy

South Africa boasts two Nobel Prize winning authors but has never produced a John le Carre or Ian Fleming. Strange, when the success of South African intelligence operations have, from time to time, been the envy of intelligence agencies the world over.

By Tracy Gilpin 1 Oct 2014 15:13

Mikateko cleans up at the SA Publication Forum Awards, for the second year in a row - Mikateko Media
Mikateko cleans up at the SA Publication Forum Awards, for the second year in a row

It's been another bumper year at the SA Publication Forum Awards for Mikateko Media, who walked away with two awards and 26 certificates of merit. ONE magazine, the internal publication for staff of Transnet, won the award for Best Internal Magazine for the second time. Masihambe, also a Transnet publication, won the Loretta Steyn Award for Best Publication Cover. The same honour went to Juice (also produced by Mikateko) last year.

Issued by Mikateko Media 30 Sep 2014 13:06

New bilingual isiXhosa dictionary from Oxford University Press SA
New bilingual isiXhosa dictionary from Oxford University Press SA

Last week, the Oxford University Press SA (OUPSA) launched its bilingual isiXhosa dictionary, the first substantial isiXhosa-English bilingual dictionary to be published since 1985.

30 Sep 2014 10:19

The view from Half Way - the future and opportunities of BRICS - COSA Media
The view from Half Way - the future and opportunities of BRICS

Magazine publisher launches niche book publishing arm

Issued by COSA Media 29 Sep 2014 11:06

Sandra Roberts
The one trick that hones your writing in seven ways

Q: What is the fastest way to improve my writing? A: Get another writer to be your critic. It's that simple. To many writers "critic" smacks of a dirty word. To most of the (few) writers whose work you read with a lilt in your soul, it's the secret potion.

By Sandra Roberts 25 Sep 2014 09:17

Celebrate 20 years of democracy with 21 Icons' collectors' edition
Celebrate 20 years of democracy with 21 Icons' collectors' edition

In celebration of 20 years of democracy, the newly released book, 21 Icons, offers exclusive access to a remarkable spread of South African legends. The title celebrates the lives of key figures who navigated South Africa out of the darkness of apartheid, as well as life-saving crusaders, inspirational artists and others fighting to conserve South Africa's rich natural and cultural heritage. All of this is captured beautifully and uniquely by well-known photographer and filmmaker, Adrian Steirn. 21 Icons makes the perfect year-end gift for all those who show a keen interest in South African history. Special Offer limited to Bizcommunity readers: Purchase 20 books and receive 1 FREE!

Issued by 21 Portraits South Africa 22 Sep 2014 10:04