World Book Day

THE BOOKERY IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BRAND SOUTH AFRICA TO OPEN A NEW LIBRARY AT...

For the first time more than 1178 learners at Zisukhanyo Secondary School in Philippi, Cape Town have a well-stocked and fully functional library.  At...

A leading nation is a reading nation: World Book Day 2015

adult education 572269 640Reading is the key to success, helping to educate, inspire and uplift, a panel of leading South Africans told University of Johannesburg students at a World Book Day event hosted by Play Your Part ambassador Tebogo Ditshego on 23 April.

Literacy Charter promotes children’s right to read

Childrens Literacy Charter thumbNal'ibali, South Africa's national reading-for enjoyment campaign, is pushing for children's right to become literate citizens by distributing its Children's Literacy Charter to hundreds of schools and libraries across Gauteng.

Literacy Charter promotes children’s right to read

Childrens Literacy Charter thumbNal'ibali, South Africa's national reading-for enjoyment campaign, is pushing for children's right to become literate citizens by distributing its Children's Literacy Charter to hundreds of schools and libraries across Gauteng.

Read a Book Today

At the World Book Day Read a Book SA event at Wits University, local high-flyers shared their stories on how books built their imaginations, and why reading can help the nation fulfil its potential.