Daphine Mlambo* discusses the documentary photography skills workshop.
Pitso Mompe* reports on this skills workshop.
Portia Mosia* provides a brief outline of Khanya’s 3rd NGO/CBO fair.
Anele Mdzikwa* provides an overview of the JBF held at Museum Africa in Newtown in August this year.
In this article Oupa Lehulere* argues the crisis in the culture of reading is linked to the legacy of apartheid, government’s macroeconomic policy and the structure of the publishing industry in South Africa.
Martha Legong* argues that the crisis of literacy is linked to other community struggles, and that together, community users and librarians need to organise and lead the movement for literacy.
Nerisha Baldevu* complied a brief history of Ravan Press and its participation in the struggle against Apartheid through progressive publishing
Jozi Book Fair – a book fair for readers, writers and publishers!
Makhosazana Hlatswayo* discusses the different initiatives by small progressive publishers to promote a culture of reading and writing that includes creative methods of accessing children, youth and adults.
Molefe Pilane* argues for the need to write and speak in indigenous languages as a means to concientise people, to bridge the gap between people of different languages and cultures; and to preserve indigenous knowledge systems.