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Denise Rack Louw

Denise Rack Louw

    Through a child's eyes
    Through a child's eyes
    We want to warn school children against the danger of Aids. That is why AIDS KILLS is written on the wall of the school,” writes Bukekile Banjwa,...
    Nostalgic school days
    Nostalgic school days
    Marguerite Poland's new novel Iron Love is set at St Andrew's College, Grahamstown.
    Eat your words, teachers!
    Eat your words, teachers!
    Literary landscapes
    Literary landscapes
    The Black Knight gives back
    The Black Knight gives back
    The successful development of Blair Atholl School, north of Johannesburg, is an achievement that golfer Gary Player holds almost as dear as the...
    Wanted: children's books in the vernacular
    Wanted: children's books in the vernacular
    There is an urgent need for books in African languages that would encourage children to learn to read in their mother tongues.
    Book world in Africa
    Book world in Africa
    The 29th World Congress of the International Board on Books for Young People (Ibby) kicks off in Cape Town on September 5.
    Voices in the wilderness
    Voices in the wilderness
    A Literary Guide to the Eastern Cape: Places and the Voices of Writers
    Till music do us part
    Till music do us part
    When I first interviewed pianist Nina Schumann in 1996, she said to me: "It's inexplicable — this passion, this intensity one has for an art...
    Through a child's eyes
    Through a child's eyes
    We want to warn school children against the danger of Aids. That is why AIDS KILLS is written on the wall of the school," writes Bukekile Banjwa, a...