The South African Local Government Association (SALGA) is making waves with its innovative approach to public participation.
Reading literacy has raised concern among education stakeholders in the country. Kunyashe is a Grade 1 pupil in Cape Town, South Africa.
‘By age 10, children should be able to read various types of texts, while using critical thinking skills to interpretion’-Motshekga
The Open Book Festival provides people with a safe space where challenging but meaningful conversations can take place.
Take a look at these four must-read books recommended for parents to boost their children’s education during the holidays.
This year’s Poetry in McGregor Festival is set to take place in the village of McGregor in the Western Cape from 19 to 21 November 2021.
Quick reads have become a thing during the lockdown. Here are five ways you can reconnect with a beloved pastime.
Here’s how the pandemic is influencing our relationship with books.
These upcoming titles will be hitting bookstores soon.
From ‘The New Jim Crow’ to ‘The Spy and the Traitor’, here is Bill Gates’ recommended reading list as we wrap up 2020.
Do you have reading goals, or do you simply read to relax? Either way, here is how to get more pleasure from your book habit.
If you love books, bookstores and all things related to reading, here are five unique South African Bookstagram accounts to get you started.
Dig into the work of a South African feminist author for Women’s Month with these three titles by Professor Pumla Dineo Gqola.
Headaches can affect almost anybody, but when you are a keen reader, a migraine can be crippling as it takes away the joy of books.
What type of reader are you? After all, one man’s thriller is another man’s bedtime story in the world of books.
Warren Buffet says reading 500 pages a day is the secret to building a successful business. He says that knowledge builds up like compound interest.
Despite all the distractions the digital world has brought us, reading and books have survived.
Reading aloud to your baby bump can begin a vital love for language and reading.
Sasha-Lee Taylor has started an amazing initiative. We sat down with her to find out about how reading changes lives.
Too much Netflix? Maybe it’s time to try one of these great works of historical fiction that have been shortlisted for the Walter Scott Prize.
While we’re homebound, for the next few weeks, these books will hopefully help inspire armchair travel and offer some lockdown escapism.
The musical theatre production is based on Danish author, Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytale, ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes.’