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JAN, a restaurant in the south of France owned and run by South African-born chef, Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen, has been awarded a Michelin Star, as Jan Hendrik becomes the first South African to receive this honour. On the announcement, the chef was quoted on his Instagram feed as saying, "This is where I say. Dreams do come true." The restaurant was also voted as one of the best restaurants in the world by Condé Nast Traveller in 2015.
Penguin Random House will be publishing Marita van der Vyver's next novel in Afrikaans and English. Titled Misverstand in Afrikaans, the story is set over a few days in Paris, where a failed South African writer finds himself in the company of a young au pair during the terrorist attacks of 13 November 2015.
A first in South Africa, BookBeak is a digital marketing solution for book and magazine publishers and retailers.
As leaders in the information industry, Sabinet is pleased to announce the collaboration with the African News Agency (ANA), the new owners of the SAPA archive. This collaboration ensures continued provision of the SAPA archive and in addition, when you subscribe, you will receive updated news service from ANA effective November 2015.
LONDON - British education publisher Pearson on Thursday unveiled plans to axe 4,000 jobs, or ten percent of its global workforce, to combat weak demand, sending its share price surging.
There will be 56 international jurors judging entries from across the MENA region at the 10th Dubai Lynx, including six South Africans. The Festival runs from 6-8 March and culminates in the Awards on the evening of 9 March.