‘We are activists when we write’ – Malebo Sephodi talks about winning the First Time Published Author SALA Award for her book Miss Behave
Malebo Sephodi says she was ‘blown away’ by her South African Literary Award.
As we celebrate the International Year of Indigenous Languages, The Miriam Tlali Reading and Book Club invites you a panel discussion on the theme ‘Literacy in Indigenous Languages as the Foundation of Community, Economic, Social and Political Advancement’.
If I Stay Right Here by Chwayita Ngamlana. This experimental fiction had me crossing legs. Shifting. Crying. Triggered.
Africa’s Lit: 2017 highlights, featuring Zakes Mda, Dudu Busani-Dube, Ayobami Adebayo, Malebo Sephodi and Angela Makholwa!
The December edition of Africa’s Lit features the light and quirky moments with your favourite authors from video recordings throughout 2018.
African Flavour Books in Braamfontein packed out for the launch of Chwayita Ngamlana’s If I Stay Right Here
BlackBird Books hosted a launch for Chwayita Ngamlana’s If I Stay Right Here at the new African Flavour Books store in Braamfontein last night.
Marah Louw chatted to Malebo Sephodi about her memoir It’s Me, Marah as part of the new GautrainReads initiative.
‘I wrote it for black women but men are finding value in it’ – Malebo Sephodi chats about her new book Miss Behave
Miss-Behave challenges society’s deep-seated beliefs about what it means to be an obedient woman. In this book, Malebo tracks her journey on a path towards achieving total autonomy and self-determinism. Miss-Behave will challenge, rattle and occasionally cause you to scream ‘yassss, yassss, yassss’ at various intervals.
‘People learn us through our language’ – Pearls of wisdom from panel on decolonising South African editing
Yesterday evening, Jacana Media and Wits University hosted a panel discussion on decolonising South African editing.
On Wednesday, 2 August Jacana Media hopes to have a robust and thought-provoking debate and discussion. Don’t miss it!