Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Q&A with storyteller and cultural activist Deirdre Jantjies

'I’ve always had a hunger to know my ancestral stories, mainly stories about women'

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Q&A with literacy activist Thembela Ntongana

'An initiative like FUNda Sonke works when we do it as a country'

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Q&A with author, playwright and theatremaker Fatima Dike

"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 National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Nal'ibali honoured by US Library of Congress

Nal'ibali was singled out as the only African-based organisation to be honoured at these awards.

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Q&A with author and performer Chase Rhys

'I think people enjoy reading Kaaps because it can be a multi-sensory experience.'

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Clowning around to encourage reading

Nal'ibali has teamed up with Clowns Without Borders SA to produce a series of literacy-focused shows.

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Q&A with SA children’s author Refiloe Moahloli

'Greeting someone is the first step of any interaction," says the author of 'How many ways can you say hello?'

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Q&A with the #WritingMyCity book anthology team

Christelle Lubbe and Frankie Murrey chat prose and all things Cape Town with Carla Lever.

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Turn the page, raise the grade

Global online literacy campaign aims to promote a culture of reading in South African homes.

Nal'ibali National reading-for-enjoyment campaign
Q&A with memoir author and publisher Melinda Ferguson

'I hurtled into writing 'Smacked', in many ways to save my life.'

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