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April 03

  • Banke King-Akerele Signs Third Book Today

    Inquirer

    The former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Olubanke King-Akerele will tomorrow, April 3, sign her third book and her most recent Book entitled the "Growing" of Africa's Emergent... Read more »

  • DA Finds Thousands of Undelivered Textbooks [press release]

    DA

    During a routine oversight visit this morning, a DA delegation discovered thousands of undelivered textbooks in the teacher training college in Fetakgomo. Read more »



April 02



April 01

  • Deterrent Penalties Needed for Piracy [editorial]

    The Herald

    WE commend the Zimbabwe International Book Fair for its latest efforts to combat book piracy by bringing in other stakeholders such as distributors, booksellers, the Judiciary,... Read more »

  • Uladi to Author Three Political Books

    Malawi News Agency

    Aspiring Member of Parliament for Salima South Constituency, Uladi Mussa says he intends to author three political books based on his political career since 1994. Read more »

  • Gambian Author in UK Publishes New Book

    The Point

    Gambian UK-based Islamic Scholar from Jarra Sutukung in Jarra East District of the Lower River has published a 255-page book in the UK entitled 'Marriage and Society'. Read more »

  • Tutus - Teaching the World How to Forgive

    SA Info

    People from more than 100 countries have already signed up to participate in the Tutu Global Forgiveness Challenge, a free online 30-day programme designed to teach the world how... Read more »

  • Goretti Kyomuhendo On Books and Maddox [interview]

    Observer

    Goretti Kyomuhendo, author of the The First Daughter, asks that Quick Talk meets her at Endiro Coffee at Kisementi. Read more »

  • R11 Million Library Opened in Ntambanana

    SAnews.gov.za

    Learners from the Ntambanana community in the uThungulu District of KwaZulu-Natal are expected to reap the benefits of a R11 million investment in a library. Read more »

  • Children's Literature Lacks Greater Investments

    ANGOP

    Luanda - The Angolan writer, Jorge Marques Bela "John Bella" reiterated on Tuesday in Luanda that there is a deficit regarding investment in children?s books. Read more »

  • Poor Funding Threatens ZIBF

    The Herald

    The Bulawayo edition of the Zimbabwe International Book Fair that took place last weekend was almost cancelled after a foreign donor withdrew funding on short notice. Read more »



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