The 21st edition of the SA Book Awards has a three-category shortlist of four titles each, bestsellers voted on by the market’s booksellers.
At ‘Words Without Borders,’ Susan Harris’ curation of this year’s queer issue has focused on inflection points that require ‘reckonings.’
Titles in our Rights Roundup come from Japan by way of Finland, as well as Slovakia, Sweden, Germany, Turkey, the United States, and France.
The Association of University Presses launches its ‘Global Partner Program’ to reach publishers in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and Latin America.
The new Snapplify Foundation is the winner of a 2020 Bett MEA award for its work in expanding ed-tech services’ availability in Africa.
The University of Johannesburg becomes one of the schools that add some 200,000 works annually to ProQuest’s Dissertations & Theses program.
The 2020 SA Book Awards’ highest honor goes to Trevor Noah for his rendition for young readers of his memoir, ‘Born a Crime.’
The first event in a new webinar series looks at the ‘super powers’ each of three growing world publishing markets have to deploy.
The South African president says the bill could give rights holders ‘a lesser share of the fruits of their property than was previously the case.’
From Turkey, South Africa, Sweden, China, Germany, Israel, Spain, Brazil, and Argentina, this year’s free books from Amazon Crossing arrive amid frontier-defying contagion.