Wilbur Smith storms to number one with his latest in the Courtney series. Inseparable since birth and growing up in India, Theo and Connie Courtney are torn apart by the tragic death of their parents. South Africans lap this stuff up.
by Mark Manson
by Pieter du Toit
Pieter du Toit’s blockbuster continues to chart. The author examines South Africa’s “club” of winelands billionaires to determine whether the town has an outsized influence on business and society.
by Robin Sharma
Own your mornings, master your life – and try not to think too hard about the book two spots above this one in the rankings, lest you stop giving a f*ck about being an early riser and conquering all challenges in your path.
by David Lagercrantz
Lagercrantz’s continuation of Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy makes the series a sextet with this 6th book. All summer, Mikael Blomkvist has been plagued with fears that Salander’s enemies will come after her. He should, perhaps, be more concerned for himself.
by Malcolm Gladwell
The bestselling author is back with an exploration of what our interactions with strangers tell us about who we are. Everybody be careful out there.
by Guiness World Records
All the records, in one place – including “viral sports” (sounds infectiously fun!) and AI. A perennial gifting season favourite.
by James-Brent Styan
An insider account of the “other” state capture story – you know, the one about the late Cheeky Watson and his walk-in vaults.
by Margaret Atwood
Atwood’s long-anticipated sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale. A sure-fire bestseller, but perhaps a bit off the pace at no. 9, given the worldwide pre-publication hype.
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