How often do you read a book? I assume that all of you who read this blog will read books, for this blog all about books. But how many people in your country of origin will read books? In South Africa only 14% are active bookreaders. There is a world to win, but the process … Continue reading #TextbooksMatter. Here’s Why
There is more to books than literature. Books can be about technology. Books about technology are important for students, so the Sierra Leone Women Engineers (SLWE) Association decided to take a stand and donate books to two secondary schools in the capital city Freetown.
Do you want to to know what has happened on the Algerian literary scene this year? Here you find more information. I can reveal that one of the remarkable things on this scene is the publication of several collections of poetry.
A revelation! Zakes Mda will shortly publish a new book. The title is known: Little Suns. Now another revelation has been made. The cover is shown to the world. Have a look and wonder in silence.
A poet speaks out about the political situation in his country, South Africa. Mathews Phosa spoke at a roundtable meeting and talked about the kind and quality of (wo)manpower that is needed in the South African economy and in South African policymaking.
During the weekend that recently slipped through our fingers an announcement was made concerning the 2015 South African Literary Awards. The first time these awards were handed out was in 2005. This year two writers received a Lifetime Achievement Literary Award (LALA). When you move to this article you will out the names of these … Continue reading 2015 south african literary awards