Sindiwe Magona

 
It takes a village to end illiteracy
It takes a village to end illiteracy
I learnt to write more or less at the same time that I learnt to read. My writing and reading teacher was my maternal grandfather. He would write...
Eastern Cape's forgotten schools: Day 3
Eastern Cape's forgotten schools: Day 3
On Friday at 7:30am the Equal Education members and delegates for the solidarity visit delegation met with officials from the Eastern Cape...
Eastern Cape's forgotten schools: Day 2
Eastern Cape's forgotten schools: Day 2
Equal Education's Lumkile Zani and Brad Brockman on Friday told the Mail & Guardian about the second day of the...
Literacy: Once upon a time, parents taught their children to read
Literacy: Once upon a time, parents taught their children to read
In the growing dusk of an evening in February 1990, Nelson Mandela walked out on the balcony of Cape Town City Hall. Fumbling with the microphone and...
In search of great prose
In search of great prose
Who is writing the great prose of Africa? To judge from the shortlists for the 2009 Commonwealth Writers' Prize Best Book and Best First Book from...
Poets with history
Poets with history
Scholar Achille Mbembe, writing on post-colonial politics, noted how critical the mouth and the penis are, indeed the body as a whole, in the...

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