'I’ve always had a hunger to know my ancestral stories, mainly stories about women'
'An initiative like FUNda Sonke works when we do it as a country'
"South African theatre is fresh: our stories are about the history of our times. The diversity that is South Africa is a never-ending source of ...
Nal'ibali was singled out as the only African-based organisation to be honoured at these awards.
'I think people enjoy reading Kaaps because it can be a multi-sensory experience.'
Nal'ibali has teamed up with Clowns Without Borders SA to produce a series of literacy-focused shows.
'Greeting someone is the first step of any interaction," says the author of 'How many ways can you say hello?'
Christelle Lubbe and Frankie Murrey chat prose and all things Cape Town with Carla Lever.
Global online literacy campaign aims to promote a culture of reading in South African homes.
'I hurtled into writing 'Smacked', in many ways to save my life.'