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Louis Roux gleefully rips into Steve Hofmeyr’s latest novel, Laaste Dans, Drienie.

Somalia is no failed state when it comes to producing art and culture, says Delalorm Sesi Semabia.

Steyn du Toit reports on Programme H at the GIPCA Live Arts Festival.

Foley sounds, intercontinental dance acts, whiteface, and an empty theatre: these are but some of the experiences on offer at the GIPCA Live Arts Festival.

Esthie Hugo reviews Consuelo Roland’s Lady Limbo, a novel that exists outside genre bind.

Our September Poetry Project prompts writers to investigate the intersection between art and the health sciences. Send your submissions to slip.stellenbosch@gmail.com by 16 September.

Amy Stimson reports on the launch of Richard Poplak’s new book, Until Julius Comes.

Can I be a white African feminist? Lunette Warren asks herself some difficult qestions.

Make sure you watch this space as reports of the 2014 Silwerskermfees come in!

In his review of Arctic Summer, Wamuwi Mbao reflects on Damon Galgut’s unique place in the South African literary scene.

Our August poetry project elicited some powerful poems about women. Read them here and get inspired to submit your own.

Dawn Garisch responds to the submissions for our July Poetry Project. Come and share in these ‘Encounters’.

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