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Longlisted titles for Sunday Times Literary Awards
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Alan Paton Award and the 19th year of the Barry Ronge fiction prize. Here are the longlisted titles for the Alan Paton Awards: Mandy Wiener Ministry of Crime A follow-up to the bestselling Killing Kebble: An Underworld Exposed , Mandy Wiener examines the nexus between organised crime figures, corrupt police officials and powerful politicians. Ministry of Crime traces an underworld trajectory from Kebble to Krejcir to Modack. It features new revelations about high-profile, unsolved hits and the intricate relationships between known criminals and police officers at all levels. Watch Many Wiener discussing Ministry of Crime. Chikane outlines the nature of student politics in the country before, during and after the emergence of MustFall politics.
Comment on this. By Maroefah Smith. - Those in the running for the award have since become known as the shortlist was announced in a ceremony in Johannesburg. Here are the shortlistees and the comments from the judges;.
Both titles are published by Penguin Books. It is a scholarly, well-researched book that illuminates our flawed roots and our flawed nationhood, presented through the complex and mercurial character of Seme. Kalmer is the 18th recipient of the Sunday Times fiction prize, named for Barry Ronge, arts commentator and one of the founders of the Sunday Times Literary Awards. Vollenhoven is a writer, journalist and filmmaker whose work has won many awards including the Mbokodo Award for Literature and the Adelaide Tambo Award for Human Rights in the Arts. He has received many honours for his legal and human rights work. Clay has more than 40 years of experience in the media, covering radio, print, and online journalism.