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New at LAPA in January

New at LAPA in January

Fun and affordable; that is LAPA’s offering for January 2020 when everyone is broke! For the young ones Zackie Mostert slaan ’n ses (17) Jaco Jacobs Drukaam: LAPA Kinderfiksie Ouderdom: 9+ 9780799397802 R105,00 It is cricket season! Zackie and Vincent can’t wait for...

New at LAPA in December

New at LAPA in December

And so the year has run out. Time to put up your feet and relax with book. Thank you to everyone who has supported LAPA and our imprints through this year! Nonfiction A Road Called Down on Both Sides Caroline Kurtz Imprint: Catalyst Press Memoir 9781946395153 R245,00...

New at LAPA in November

New at LAPA in November

We are proud to introduce two brand-new English-language authors and bring you the much-awaited second book of another. Anneleigh Jacobsen’s fictional corporate thriller is based on a number of real-life financial scandals which have rocked South Africa. It shows a...

New at LAPA in October

New at LAPA in October

Fiction Blinde gode Dibi Breytenbach Druknaam: LAPA Algemene Fiksie 9780799398205 R285,00 The criminal justice system is a pillar on which democracy is built. It has to be carefully guarded. Because what happens when its guardians can no longer be trusted? Quis...

New at LAPA in September

New at LAPA in September

September sees seven new English titles, many of them are from strong women. Scroll down and enjoy! We are really proud of these voices. Fiction Vegters Lucia Prinsloo Druknaam: Wenkbrou Algemene Fiksie 9780799397246 R295,00 This story takes two South African Soldiers...

New at LAPA in August

New at LAPA in August

Feeding time by François Bloemhof will make you nibble your peanuts in record time. Two of our novels highlight community issues in KwaZulu-Natal and for the younger readers we cover environmental issues, a monster pizza, heart transplants, ghosts, safety on the...

New at LAPA in July

New at LAPA in July

Oh, tut, tut. Brexit may be a mistake, but there is no reason not to lift a little finger in order to enjoy a royal tea party, I say! You will find the invitation in our non-fiction section. Fiction ’n Redelike hoeveelheid moeilikheid André Krüger Fiksie Druknaam:...

New at LAPA in June

New at LAPA in June

Want to look good in the nude? Then you should buy Nude, our new #LCHF book for those who want their curves to be in the correct spot. We also have three powerful, eyebrow-raising novels on offer. Worry not – there is a lot for the younger ones, and for those who want...

New at LAPA in May

New at LAPA in May

The Wall by Max Annas is a proud new offering from Catalyst Press, the imprint we share with our US-based sister company to take African stories to a wider audience. LAPA has a brand-new imprint as well. Under Wenkbrou/Eyebrow we will work with somewhat more...

New at LAPA in April

New at LAPA in April

Lizette Rabe, head of the journalism department at Stellenbosch University, saw her life crumble when her son committed suicide due to depression. Her response was to write about her feelings, finding relief in the act of writing. We are proud to bring you her book Om...

New at LAPA in March

New at LAPA in March

Jeanette Ferreira, Murray la Vita, Madelein Rust, Peter Church, Fanie Viljoen, Jaco Jacobs, Dina Botha, Malene Breytenbach, Vita du Preez … For more news about Peter Church’s success in the USA, please scroll down. Enjoy! Fiction Bloedlelie Jeanette Ferreira Literêre...

New at LAPA in February

New at LAPA in February

Peter Church thrills, science awaits the younger reader, and love is in the air We are extremely pleased to bring you a brand-new thriller by Peter Church. Yes, Church is back, and Crackerjack will have you hiding from others – so that you can finish reading. Please...

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