How many readers still remember the name of K. Sello Duiker? This South African writer took his life in 2005. Before that fateful act he wrote two novels. He was seen as a great talent. In 20906 a book emerged written by him, an unfinished work. In this article Bongani Madondo and Rofhiwa Maneta talk … Continue reading This is how we lost him
Sexual abuse is a widespread scourge. In many countries young and old people have been the victim of a person who did not want to keep within boundaries. For all these victims a scar, a wound will be present forever in their life. The South African writer Fanie Viljoen has written two books on this … Continue reading Inform children about sexual abuse with these two illustrated titles
The South African writer and activist Hugh Lewin has passed away. His life was closely connected with the struggle against apartheid. Her spent years in prison, went into exile into the United Kingdom and later Zimbabwe. In the end he returned to his native South Africa. In this obituary you will find more about his … Continue reading Hugh Lewin obituary
For those of you who still have not made up their mind what to read in 2019, here is a list of books that are recommended by a magazine. The list has a fair amount of books with a strong African link. So pick your choice and enjoy it.
For those of you in Johannesburg there is the opportunity to follow a writers’ course, led and organized by Fiona Melrose. She also will lead a retreat. Read this article for more information.
His life spanned many decades of political upheaval within and outside South Africa. He wrote books, was a journalist, trained journalists and he was active to oppose the forces of apartheid in South Africa. Now Hugh Lewin has passed away. In this article you will read about his life struggling for justice.