Imran Garda's debut novel, The Thunder That Roars, has been announced as the joint winner of the prestigious Olive Schreiner Prize for Prose. The prize is awarded annually by the English Academy of South Africa for a work of prose, poetry or drama.
Issued by Penguin Random House SA 1 day ago
Amid the flurry of activities taking place at the Franschhoek Literary Festival this past weekend was the announcement of 2016 shortlist finalists in the Sunday Times Literary Awards, where 10 South African writers were acknowledged for their fiction and non-fiction work. Being named as finalist puts the authors in line for the Barry Ronge Prize and Alan Paton Award respectively.
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