Asenath was a crusader in the struggle to keep oral literature alive. She put much effort into getting women writers together to explore the fields of oral literature. She has passed on. Read here some memories of a co-worker.
Maybe this is the list of all lists. The grand weblog of BOOK LIVE has compiled a list of all the literary award winners winners in South Africa and Africa. I do not know if this list is complete, but it sure is a long list. Are you in ? Do you miss someone? Let it … Continue reading all the south african and african literary award winners
This one looks like the previous post. It is about a list of ten books, books from South Africa. The list I posted an hour ago was compiled by an editor. This new list is different. It is compiled on the basis of the reactions of the readers of that particular blog BOOKS LIVE. Another … Continue reading the 10 most exiting local novel
Here you can reach out to a list of novels that were published in South Africa during the past week. The editor made a selection of 10 notable novels. One writer even published two novels in one year.
Another list, but not about the literary type of books. This time a list of books on the political world of South Africa. The politics of the rainbownation is a cause of quite a number of books and here you get a bird’s eye view of the most remarkable ones.
This time not a world wide top 10 with an African flavour, but a more regional selection of books published during the passing months of 2014. These books orginate from the Arab world and a number of books find their origins in Egypt. Have a look at 10.