C4S Program Director Sisonke Msimang appeared on Radio National's African Book Club program along with Melinda Harvey and Paul Williams, and presenter Sarah Kanowsk, to discuss J. M. Coetzee's controversial Man Booker Prize–winning novel Disgrace, which is set in post-apartheid South Africa.

Listen to the episode here

'Africa is a huge continent that straddles two hemispheres, and carries a layered and complex history. In recent years there’s been an explosion in fiction by African writers, who hail from all corners of the globe, writing in English; from Kinshasa to Nairobi, and Brixton to Brooklyn. Our Book Club in 2016 offers a richly textured journey through a century of African writing; from classic novels to contemporary fiction that pushes the boundaries and will leave you wanting more.' — RN's 2016 African Book Club