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  • Press Release: SALA honoured fourteen South Africa’s authors

    Press Release SALA honoured fourteen South Africa’s authors at the 10th South African Literary Awards on the 7th November 2015, Tshwane Events centre, Pretoria. Receiving the awards were: CATEGORY LANGUAGE NAME & SURNAME BOOK TITLE/ OEUVRE 1. First-time Published Author Award English Carol Campbell  My Children Have Faces 2. k Sello Duiker Memorial Literary Award […]

  • Call for Papers 2015(CLOSING DATE EXTENDED)

    Call for Papers 4th Africa Century International African Writers Conference   CLOSING DATE EXTENDED TO 30TH SEPTEMBER 2015 6th – 7th November 2015   Theme: Contribution of the African Writer to the Development of the Continent: Inclusion, Equality and Development in African Literature.   Inspired by that of the AU’s 2015: Women’s Empowerment and Development […]

  • Miriam Tlali Reading & Book Club Calendar July Invite

    THE MIRIAM TLALI READING & BOOK CLUB INVITES YOU   To A Book Discussion PHELI-THE NARRATIVE HISTORY 75th Anniversary of the Atteridgeville   Author: Mr Magashe Titus Mafolo Date: Saturday, 25 July 2015 Time: 14H00 – 16H00 Venue: Museum Africa, Newtown Cultural Precinct, 121 Bree Street, Newtown Books will be available for sale at the […]

  • Miriam Tlali reading and book clubs June invite

    THE MIRIAM TLALI READING & BOOK CLUB INVITES YOU To     Book Discussion With the author: Songezo Zibi Facilitated by: Victor Mecoamere Date: Saturday, 27 June 2015 Time: 14H00 – 16H00 Venue: Museum Africa, Newtown Cultural Precinct, 121 Bree Street, Newtown About the author   SONGEZO ZIBI is the editor of the Business Day, […]

  • THE MIRIAM TLALI READING & BOOK CLUB MAY INVITE

    THE MIRIAM TLALI READING & BOOK CLUB INVITES YOU TO With the author: Victor Kgomoeswana Independent consultant who previously worked as adviser and representative of several listed and unlisted multinationals, guiding them in their expansion in the African continent   Facilitated by Liepollo Pheko Policy analyst, social entrepreneur, senior executive, thought leader and social activist […]

  • Hugh Masekela Annual Lecture In Kampala

    Ugandan Musician & Jazz Master Saxophonist, Isaiah Katumwa delivers the Inaugural Hugh Masekela Annual Lecture Beyond South African Borders “My biggest obsession is to show Africans and the world who the people of Africa really are.” Hugh Ramapolo Masekela Highly successful septuagenarian music legend Hugh Masekela remains a shining light in the world music stage. […]

  • Declaration Against Afrophobia/Xenophobia/Misanthropy

    Declaration Against Afrophobia/Xenophobia/Misanthropy   25 April 2015, Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory, Houghton, Joburg   We, the people gathered here today, as here undersigned, comprising:   Writers Artists Poets Activists Academics Students and children Lawyers Theatre practitioners Performers Dancers Storytellers Filmmakers Photographers Video producers, Craftmakers Administrators   Wish to state unequivocally that we are part […]

  • Press release for immediate release

    As South Africa marks her 21st anniversary of freedom and democracy, she also joins the world in celebration of the UNESCO-declared International Jazz Day on the 30th April 2015 and May 2015 as Africa Month. The wRite associates, in partnership with the State Theatre and Music Academy of Gauteng, will present the International Jazz Day, […]