Has it been quiet since the South African writer Zainub P. Dala has been attacked in Durban? Has there been a blame-game going on? Bettina Wyngaard puts the event in a wider context, a religious context.
Recently the South African writer Zainub Priya Dala atteneded a literary event in Durban, South Africa. After the meeting she was attacked and hurt. What happened to her next? The use of twitter and other fast forms of social media made it easy to distribute all kinds of stories on happened to her and where … Continue reading zp dala clarifies her admittance
The South African chapter of PEN has added its voice in the protest against the attack on the South African writer Zainub Priya Dala. She had expressed that she had learned from the style of the writer Salman Rushdie. A few people did not take it kindly, to say the least.
And now you have number five in the very same row. More on the attack on the South African writer Zainub Priya Dala who was attacked after a meeting at which she said she had learned from the style of the author Salman Rushdie.
This is number four in the row, articles on the attack on the Durban writer Zainub Priya Dala. She had told she was inpsired by the style of the writer Salman Rushdie, when people left the room. Later on, when she had left the schoolbuilding she was attacked and hit on the head with a … Continue reading kzn writer attacked
This is the third one in a row on the attack on the Durbanwriter Zainub Priya Dala. She had just attended a literary meeting in Durban where she had voiced praise for the writer Salman Rushdie.