Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
'Placing any of my books under a section marked ‘chick lit’ is patently sexist' ...

Carla Lever chats to bestselling author Angela Makholwa

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
How dads can make a difference by sharing a story

Dads who read to their children are reading role models for them.

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Nal'ibali's CEO discusses the basic prerequisites for home schooling

My recommendation for parents of primary school children, particularly for those who want to keep their children home but who are pressed for time, ...

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
'Quality education for all,' says Nal'ibali's new CEO, Yandiswa Xhakaza

'We’re learning new ways of working that don’t leave out those who aren’t digitally connected.'

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
'Read like your life depends on it' - Tuelo Gabonewe

Carla Lever chats to first-time children's book author Tuelo Gabonewe

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
'Community radio gives children an opportunity to stimulate their imagination' ...

Storyteller Faniswa Yisa chats to Carla Lever about the Baxter Theatre's storytelling initiatives

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Family literacy is the glue that binds us, writes Lorato Trok

In order for children to thrive in the classroom and in life, we need to nurture a love of reading and stories at home first.

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Reading and writing at home is key for successful kids and happy families

Nal’ibali's literacy campaign is showing that school is not the only place where teaching and learning can happen.

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
'Start to create art at home' - Cobi Labuscagne

Carla Lever chats to the author of 'Explore! Awesome South African Artists'.

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Q&A with Jamil Khan

"This book is really my opportunity to reclaim the shame that was used to break me down."

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