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This year’s Sunday Times Literary Awards ceremony saw a change of venue to the rooftop bar of the Tiso Blackstar offices in the Hill on Empire building. The guest list included many of the authors, publishers and booksellers participating in the South African Book Fair across the street at Constitution Hill, lending the 30th edition of the awards a more intimate and inclusive feel.

The prestigious Alan Paton Award went to Terry Kurgan’s Everyone is Present: Essays on Photography, Family and Memory (Fourthwall Books), and the Barry Ronge Fiction Prize to Siphiwe Ndlovu for her novel Theory of Flight (Penguin Books). Both writers received a substantial R100 000 prize.

See all the winners here.

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