Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Nal'ibali teams up with Clowns Without Borders SA

Nal’ibali has teamed up with CWB to produce a series of literacy-focused shows!

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
A Q&A with local multilinguist and lyricist Pule Welch

Many people know you as a comedian and TV personality, but let's talk today about you being a linguist! What is a linguist and how did you become ...

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Nal'ibali sets a new national read-aloud record

Nal'ibali read aloud to a total of 1, 559, 730 children as part of its annual World Read Aloud Day celebration!

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Q&A with Hlomu-series author, Dudu Busani-Dube

"The relatable content issue didn’t exactly inspire me to write a book, it inspired how I wrote it and who I wrote it for and about"

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Q&A with digital storyteller, Limpho Moeti

Video game developer and podcaster Limpho Moeti on online gaming, 'Bad Form' and playful media

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Q&A with author and World Read Aloud Day ambassador, Lebohang Masango

The author of 'Mpumi's Magic Beads' talks about the importance of reading and storytelling, and how to make literacy more appealing to young readers

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Nal'ibali supplements: spreading stories across South Africa

Over 300 000 copies of supplements are delivered fortnightly

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
A Q&A with academic and language activist, Zakeera Docrat

"Children need to be encouraged from an early age to learn another language or languages"

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Thuma Mina Hillbrow Book Club gifted books by Nal'ibali

Read all about the handover to this book club created for orphanages

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Melusi Tshabalala discusses Melusi's Everyday Zulu

'I decided to give my stories a bigger meaning than just LOLs and likes' – Melusi Tshabalala on writing Melusi’s Everyday Zulu

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