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By - Rhulani Shabangu

Movement Breaks in the Classroom Workshop

Movement Breaks in the Classroom Workshop The movements workshop was facilitated as a project by Occupational Therapist, Regina Broenner in collaboration with Khosi Radebe powered by Stanford Creative Works, A David Krut Projects initiative. The workshops were facilitated over a 2 day session in which over 30 parents and facilitators from ECD centers were in

By - Rhulani Shabangu

Revolution Room | Finalist for Africa Architecture Awards in Critical Dialogue Category

The Africa Architecture Awards seek to celebrate design excellence and promote an increased awareness of the role and importance of architecture across Africa. Based on values rather than categories, the awards seek to honour established architects and encourage emerging and future voices. From 2013 to 2016, Revolution Room explored participatory art practice in Johannesburg (South Africa), Lubumbashi,

By - Rhulani Shabangu

The Book Corner | David Krut Bookstore | Monthly – September

  The next installment of the WordArtat151 poetry program, That kind of door, Finlay’s fifth collection of poems, is a narrative of linked poems which describes his (the poet’s) life/lives, in a lyrical sequence of taut musicality and precise sparse imagery. Wednesday, 13 September 2017 151 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood, Johannesburg David Krut Bookstore  18:00 for 18:30 PM Parking is available

By - Rhulani Shabangu


  Children’s Reading with author Cath Alexander | Nyambura Waits for the Bus Nyambura is going to visit her Gogo! She arrives at the bustling market place to find that she is last in the queue and that the bus has not yet arrived. Meanwhile, the queue of people is getting shorter and shorter because of

By - Rhulani Shabangu

Word Art at 151 | Session 4 : Young voices

Word art at 151  Session 4 : Young Voices The evening of session 4 of Word art at 151 nestled in a crowd of poetry lovers and a group 5 talented young poets. Session 4 aimed to celebrate the bold voices of the future of literature. The poets dove into hard-hitting topics –  the injustices

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Word Art at 151 | Young voices : Moses Mtileni

Moses Mtileni was born at Nkuri-Tomu village in Limpopo. He is the author of U ya va Rungula (poetry) and Mpimavayeni (novella). He curated an anthology of Xitsonga poetry by ten young poets, Ntsena Loko Mpfula A Yo Sewula. He has been longlisted for the Sol Plaatje European Union Poetry Award thrice.  His short stories

By - Rhulani Shabangu

The Book Corner | David Krut Bookstore newsletter | July

                    Word Art at 151 Session 4 – Young Voices Poets in performance: Mthabisi Sithole, Zama Madinana, Siza Nkhosi, Moses Mtileni and others Wednesday 26 July 2017 18:00 for 18:30 until 20:30 Join us for an evening of poetry, written and performed by emerging voices Calendar for July and August 

By - Rhulani Shabangu

Word Art at 151 | Young Voices: Siza Nkosi

Siza Nkosi is a writer, teacher and mother from Soweto. She is currently doing her MA in create writitng and enjoys painting potraits of where she comes from and of people through words. She is founding member of House of Siza, an NPO that seeks to change people’s lives through literature and empower them to

By - Rhulani Shabangu

Word Art at 151 | Young Voices : Mthabisi Sithole

  In my writing, I have always, consciously or otherwise, pushed to discuss the various capacities/measures to which time is occupied or recognised.  More recently, the implications of collecting the past, present and future through the voice of poetry have interested me with increasing urgency. At times, I write to applaud and at others to

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