The Sunday Times Fiction Prize
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The Sunday Times Fiction Prize has been awarded by the South African newspaper The Sunday Times since 2001 to accompany their Alan Paton Award for works of non-fiction. Together the two prizes are jointly called The Sunday Times Literary Awards. Winners for the fiction prize receive R75 000.
- 2013: Karen Jayes for For the Mercy of Water
- 2012: Michiel Heyns for Lost Ground
- 2011: Sifiso Mzobe for Young Blood
- 2010: Imraan Coovadia for High Low In-between
- 2009: Anne Landsman for The Rowing Lesson
- 2008: Ceridwen Dovey for Blood Kin
- 2007: Marlene van Niekerk for Agaat
- 2006: Andrew Brown for Coldsleep Lullaby
- 2005: Justin Cartwright for The Promise of Happiness
- 2004: Rayda Jacobs for Confessions of a Gambler
- 2003: André P Brink for The Other Side of Silence
- 2002: Ivan Vladislavic for The Restless Supermarket
- 2001: Zakes Mda for The Heart of Redness
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- Chris (Jun 27, 2011). "Sifiso Mzobe Honoured with 2011 Sunday Times Fiction Prize". Books Live. Retrieved June 21, 2012.
- Ben (editor) (Jul 24, 2010). "Imraan Coovadia and Albie Sachs Win the Sunday Times Literary Awards". Books Live. Retrieved June 21, 2012.