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Crystal-Donna Roberts

Crystal-Donna Roberts (1984) is an award-winning actress. She is known for her roles in telenovella Arendsvlei and the feature films The Endless River and Krotoa. She holds a BA degree in Drama and Theatre from the University of the Free State and lives in Cape Town.
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Marie Lotz

Marie Lotz was born and bred in Benoni, Gauteng. She has a post-graduate degree in linguistics from University of Johannesburg. She used to work at Jacklin Publishers, and these days she is an  editor of medico-legal reports. She has one son and lives in Pretoria. Her debut novel is titled Roofdier​, followed by ​Polsslag​ in 2022.   
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Jaco Strydom

Jaco Strydom is a part-time minister in Pretoria and the leader of Echo Youth Development, a non-profit organisation that provides support and accommodation to vulnerable young adults across South Africa. He is a highly regarded columnist and writes for several publications. He studied theology at Pretoria University. 
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Joha van Dyk

Joha van Dyk is a postgrad student at the University of Stellenbosch. She grew up on a farm in Kleinzee in Namakwaland. She completed her Masters Degree in English in 2020, cum laude. She is currently completing her PhD, while working part-time as tutor. Some of her poems appear in the anthology, Penseel. Branderjaer was her debut novel in 2020. 

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Whitey Basson

Whitey Basson was the founder of Shoprite/Checkers.
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Rudie van Rensburg

Rudie van Rensburg lives in Cape Town and has published eleven extremely popular crime novels: Slagyster, Kopskoot, Judaskus, Pirana, Kamikaze, Ys, Medusa, Vloek, Merk, Hartedief and Monster, and the top-selling comic novels Hans steek die Rubicon oor, Hans gee Herklaas horings, Hans bars die bioborrel and Hans hou sy lyf Sherlock.
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Deon Meyer

Deon Meyer is an internationally acclaimed writer living in Stellenbosch. His publications include twelve novels, inter alia 13 Uur, 2008, Spoor, 2010, 7 Dae, 2011, Kobra, 2013, Ikarus, 2015, Koors, 2016, and  Prooi2018. Orion, Proteus and Infanta all received the ATKV Prize for Fiction and Prooi was awarded the ATKV Prize for Suspense Fiction.
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Charné Kemp

Charné Kemp is an award-winning investigative journalist and author. She has made a name for herself in the Afrikaans media through her work for various popular publications such as RapportVolksblad, BeeldNetwerk24, Rooi RoseInsig and Sarie.
She is the author of Moord op Griekwastad and Bloed, dunner as water. Charné lives in Kimberley.
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Printed editions (2021 - 2022)

Literary prizes won (2021 - 2022)

International rights sold (2021 - 2022)

Books turned into film (2021 - 2022)