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Jozi Book Fair welcomes the publishers, book sellers, publisher-writers (self-publishers), and NGOs who will be exhibiting at the fair. The following exhibitors are registered for stalls at the fair, which will be held at Museum Africa in Newtown. Click here for the floor space plan 3rd Floor and 4th Floor.
|AIDC||Afrikan Wrights us Forum||African Perspective Publishing||ALLABOUTWRITING||amaBooks Publishers|
|MAPPP-SETA||Dream Team Trading||Abantwana Marketing||Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University||Kudjon Consulting|
|Amnesty International South Africa||ANFASA||Bookdealers||Botsotso Publishing||Chall Support|
|Chimurenga||David Krut Publishing||Dinkwe Production||Ebukhosini Solutions||French Institute|
|Flamenco Publishing||Genderlinks||Graysonian Press||Goethe Institute||Grail Message Foundation|
|Hibbard Publishers (PTY) LTD||Isipho Books||Ilrig||Kondi Books||Knowledge Thirst Media|
|Junkets Publishers||Keleketla Library||Khanya College Publishing||National Library of South Africa||Nutrend Publishers cc|
|Mosala-Masedi Publishers & Booksellers||New Frank Talk||Porcupine Press||POWA Women's Writing Project||Professional Editors Group|
|Puo Educational Products||Room to Read||Rosa Luxemburg foundation||Rebel ePublishers||Reunited Siblings|
|SA Labour Bulletin||SOLRHA||Sol Plaatje Museum||STE Publishers||StephAn Phillips (Pty) Ltd|
|Talk to me Literary Agent||Timbila Poetry Project||Tsumele Publishing||Tokoloho Publisher||Unisa Press|
|Weaver Press||Wits Hospice||Workers World Media Production||Xarra Books||Visionary Climbing Marketing and Promotions|
|Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front|
AIDC is an alternative media organization dedicated to producing quality critical media, and transforming the media in a way that gives voice and power to popular forces. AIDC challenges the mainstream media and aims to democratize the flow of information knowledge and analysis. AIDC produces Amandla Magazine and Amandla TV.
African Perspectives seeks to unleash wisdom. Through the midwifery of ideas and visions, we seek to engage in a critique of and resistance to the callous indifference of the mind, soul and therefore society to the very value of dialogue. Not the narrow ranting of the plutocracy in a market driven economy, but a Socratic commitment to questioning - of ourselves, of authority, of dogma, of parochialism and fundamentalism. We at African Perspectives seek to inspire through distributing thought on the broader issues of the democratic question. Our ability to define the variables rather than dismissing them as anomalies must be discussed. Not only in the corridors of power, but in the streets of every African town, city and village.
Abantwana Publishing is a small publishing company founded in 2008. Our core business is to supply learner teacher material. We also focus on small business empowerment by creating marketing and sales opportunities for provincial SMMEs.
As a family of volunteers from all walks of life, the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University provides a nurturing and supportive environment, which encourages an inner and personal contribution towards a better world. We are a global organisation holding presence in 130 countries and we hold a consultative status with the United Nations.
Kudjon Publishing is a black owned publishing consultancy that publishes self help motivational books and offers seminars, keynote sessions and workshops to organisations and schools in South Africa, some parts of the African continent and the United States. The books are also used in schools and Universities to build the character of students as well as cultivate the learning culture.
40 Athlone Road, Park View, 2193, South Africa
PostNet Suite43, Private Bag x7, ParkView 2122,
Tel: 011 646 4435/0826524643
ALLABOUTWRITING aims to help writers write – for fun, for art and for profit. To this end we have designed a number of on-line and face-to-face courses that we hold regularly around the country. The courses cover fiction, creative non-fiction and television drama focusing specifically on soaps. ALLABOUTWRITING's flagship creative writing course and writing for soap course are both available on and off-line. Short courses include one on building characters, a biography and memoir course and a curse on romance writing. ALLABOUTWRITING was founded by novelist Jo-Anne Richards and television writer Richard Beynon. Together they bring a deep understanding of their craft, its challenges and the means to overcome them.
’amaBooks is a small independent publisher based in Bulawayo, mostly specialising in contemporary creative writing in English, with a few local culture and history titles. ’amaBooks aims to give an opportunity to previously unpublished writers and 102 writers have so far featured in the 23 books we have published since we started in 2001. The majority of our new writers have appeared in the Short Writings series, most recently Long Time Coming: Short Writings from Zimbabwe, a collection of short stories and poems. We have had recent international recognition, with Long Time Coming chosen by the UK’s leading progressive magazine New Internationalist as one of their two ‘Best Books of 2009’ and Christopher Mlalazi’s Dancing with Life: Tales from the Township being awarded an Honourable Mention at the 2009 Noma Awards for African Publishing.
Flamenco Publishing publishes Wordsetc. Wordsetc is a literary journal that promotes the consumption of South African literature and fine writing from elsewhere in the world. The journal is also a platform for emerging writers. We publish essays on literature, book reviews, as well as lifestyle articles. Included in the journal is is a section on restaurant reviews and travel.
11th Floor, Braamfontein Centre,
23 Jorissen Str., Braamfontein
Tel: +27 11 339 5505
Fax: +27 11 339 5548
Amnesty International is a worldwide movement of people who campaign for human rights. Our work is based on careful research and on the standards agreed by the international community. We are independent of any government, political ideology, economic interest or religion.
Amnesty International mobilizes volunteer activists — people who give freely of their time and energy in solidarity with those whose rights have been abused. At the latest count, there were more than 2.2 million members, supporters and subscribers in over 150 countries and territories in every region of the world. We come from all walks of life, with widely different political and religious views, united by our determination to work for a world where everyone enjoys human rights.
ANFASA is an advocacy group for authors. We aim to give voice to the interests and concerns of all academic and non-fiction authors, whether or not their works have appeared in print. Our vision is to be a member-driven association aiming to uphold and enhance the profile and status of academic and non-fiction authors in South Africa, through advocating for the recognition of their works and protection of their rights, in collaboration and cooperation with all stakeholders in the book value chain.
59 Natal Street, Belleme East, Johannesburg 2001
P.O. Box 30852, Braamfontein, 2017
Tel: 011 487 2112
Botsotso is a grouping of poets, writers and artists who wish to both create art as well as to generate the means for its public exposure and appreciation. We speak particularly of art that is of and about the varied cultures and life experiences of people in South Africa as expressed in the many languages spoken and written in our country.
23 5th Avenue, Parktown North, Johannesburg
Tel: 011 788 8669
While cancer moves from epidemic to pandemic proportions most people only talk about it when someone they know has it. The diagnosis within the family has a ripple effect and can lead to devastating consequences through ignorance of the side effects of treatment. From a holistic perspective, each person's mind ,body and spirit are in constant infection. The author shares evidence accumulated from 5 years of his own cancer, then after the all clear, completing a masters programme in psychology and an internship with a cancer doctor, he worked as their in-house physiologist at 3 different clinics for 5 years . Being prepared removes the fear of the unknowns and small support groups (for patients, family). The book seeks to help individuals manage the moment to moment, daily living with cancer, and written for everyone because we are all vulnerable to it.
Chimurenga is a publication of writing, art, culture and politics published out of Cape Town. Founded and edited by Ntone Edjabe, Chimurenga has featured work by emerging as well as established voices. Since its first issue in 2002, Chimurenga has received excellent reviews for its originality, the quality of its content and its willingness to tackle subjects other publications might consider too difficult or controversial to address. Moreover, several contributors have won international awards for their work published in Chimurenga.
Chimurenga journal is also published online monthly and through themed performances called “Chimurenga Sessions.” Other Chimurenga projects include "Chimurenganyana", a pavement literature project consisting of low cost monographs culled from the journal; “Chimurenga Library”, an online archiving project that profiles independent pan African paper periodicals from around the world; "African Cities Reader", an annual compendium of writing and art on African cities; and “Pan African Space Station”, a live music and radio intervention in Cape Town.
Dinkwe Production is a publishing company. We publish poetry, fiction, non fiction and academic books. We also have interests in print meida and television production. We also provide mentorship and copy editing services to writers.
The Talk To Me Literary Agent represents and works with writers in all genres. Our focus is on African publishers, a field and continent in which they are experts. We act as a link between authors and publishers, mentor authors, develop manuscripts, manage authors' intellectual property rights and negotiate publishing contracts.
Afrikan Wrights us Forum is a literacy based group that focuses on the art of writing as a tool for resistance, and as a way of developing the greater African Community. We are made up of different writers from all over Africa yet based in Johannesburg. It started at the House of Movements Resource Centre. We are a non profit making organisation looking to unite the scattered voices of African Literature.
Bookdealers is a leading remainder and second hand bookseller operating in Johannesburg. Stocking a wide variety of sought after titles at discount prices.
Sector, education and training authority in media, advertising, printing, packaging and publishing.
Author and owner of the Dream Team Trading started writing while in detention in school. The books are based on true stories and one of them is prescribed for Grade 10 Gauteng Province Department of Education as set work.
Genderlinks is an NGO based in southern Africa in which men and women are able to participate equally in all aspects of public and private in accordance of the Southern African Development community ( SADC) protocol on gender and development. We focus on the alliance programmes centred around the SADC protocol as well as the media and governance.
No 46 Mitchell Street
Tsumele Publishing is a young and progressive publishing company which specialises in producing innovative and insightful arts and culture publications and books on non fiction covering culture, politics and socio-economic issues. Tsumele Publishing produces the new leading arts and entertainment monthly publication Citylife covering fine art, theatre books, motivational book We can do it.
Hibbard Publishers (PTY) LTD
Tannery Industrial Park
309 Derdepoort Road
P.O. Box 73182
Lynwood Ridge 0040
Hibbard Publishers is a publisher of quality literature and core curriculum titles in all South African languages. They also publish curriculum based resources, poster series, study guides facilitators resources.
David Krut Publishing is at the forefront of Arts Publishing in SA, producing high-quality books on contemporary SA art, architecture and design. Their titles include the acclaimed Taxi Art Book series, a variety of monographs, two books on the art and architecture of the Constitutional Court and a range of titles on other subjects. Their books and educational supplements are available in bookstores in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
52 Jeppe Street
Mr Solomon Rachilo's father was the first book dealer in Soweto in 1950 at Crossroads when they were evicted by the system in Sophiatown in 1955. Mr Rachilo is continuing the family tradition of dealing with books from that period and trying to revive it. His latest book “Nostaigic Waves from Soweto” published by African Perspectives received an award early this year.
Stephan Phillips is a logistic organisation that provides a fully intergrated warehousing and delivery fulfillment service. We offer cost effective, reliable, customer centric logistic solutions. Stephan Phillips offers customised and cost effective solution to publishing partners,and the peace of mind that their books and receipts will be well managed through a professional warehouse team. The company constantly seeks competitive advantage through investment in technology staff and expertise.
Graysonian Press:produces works of inspiration - by doing so, we know that we can change the world! In these difficult times, readers are searching for greater meaning - our range fills that need. Our mandate is to bring to market works of inspiration, tap into the talent that South African writers have to offer, give an outlet to that talent and treat writers with the respect they deserve.
Physical address: 2299 Nelson Street, Naturena Ext 19, 2064
Postal Address: P.O. BOX 785333, Sandton, 2146, South Africa
Tel: 084 7777 432
Isipho Books is a small organisation that focuses on promoting African writers and literature. We have discovered that there is a need or market to sell indigenous books.
ILRIG is an NGO providing education, publications and research for the labour and social movements in South and Southern Africa. The main focus of our work is globalisation. Our work on globalisation is informed by the view that globalisation is not a heightened form of international integration but an attempt to restructure class relations so as to restore capitalist profitability. Globalisation is neither neutral nor inevitable. There is an alternative!
First floor, Gem Building, 33 Main Street , Mafikeng, 2745, South Africa
PO Box 1807, Mafikeng, 2745, South Africa
Tel: (018) 381-6194
Knowledge Thirst Media (KTM) is a brand new publisher of books that aims to empower people through books. Our books are to educate and entertain at the same time, to always help readers and the societies in which they live to aspire to achieve higher goals, to be independent, to be life-long learners and to have a positive influence on the community around them. Our books are for the trade as well as educational institutions and worldwide rights are available.
41 Hans Van Rensburg Street
Rampie Smith Building
Tel: 015 291 2088
Timbila Poet Project is a development based in Limpopo but operating throughout the country. We have as our purpose the encouragement, development, nurturing and publishing of poetry by emerging South Africa poets. Timbila provides a medium through which South Africans can explore, express, interpret, document and make sense of their realities through the written and spoken word.
Grail Message Foundation
10 Park Avenue
Tel: 011 886 1882
The Grail Message Foundation South Africa is an association that aspires to the spiritual and moral upliftment and humanity through the mediation and cultivation of the world views explained in the Grail message “In the light of truth” by conventional means of book distribution at book fairs, book shops, libraries, and the internet, as well as through public lectures
We publish the South African Labour Bulletin whose aim is to provide cutting edge information and critical analysis and debate on a wide range of social issues that confront South Africans today and which is not covered in the mainstream media. This includes articles on labour matters, politics, economics, health, education, sport, youth, women, HIV/AIDS, the environment, culture as well as reviews of new books.
STE is an independent South African publisher of quality books and publications. We focus mainly on cultural and political history, biography and autobiography, photography and education. The encouragement of local writing underscores the commitment to the preservation of South Africa's stories and the development of the culture of reading. We publish and undertake publishing contracts.
Junkets Publishers is a small-scale publisher based in Cape Town, South Africa, formed to publish the novel 'Rebel Angel' in 2005, in association with Snailpress. Junkets Publisher was the winner of the 2009 Arts & Culture Trust Excellence Award for Literature.
For the past 10 years Tokoloho Publishers has contributed high quality literature on politics, culture, history, religion, identity and international law. Our books aim to expose, inform, enlighten, engage and educate. A number of the titles are a critique on the political processes of South Africa pre- and post-1994. Our religious titles focus on the contribution of the early church to Africa, and Africa's contribution to economics, education, science, technology and knowledge. Our books inspire critical debate, inspire the intellect and contribute to African thought.
Keleketla! is a Pedi word which is a response to the beginning of a story, something that you say back to the storyteller’s ‘once upon a time’. It has no direct English translation, but represents a form of acknowledgement and a consent that ‘I am here, willing to listen to your story with active participation’.
The Keleketla! initative is a collection of projects that share a concern with the creation of stories through a variety of modes and media, based on a dynamic and fluid interaction between audience and story-teller – through the spoken word, music, artmaking, film, performance, writing, reading and so on. Located at the Drill Hall, a redeveloped heritage site in the Joubert Park area of the inner city, the projects involve the active participation of local people and a range of age groups.
The project originally developed out of the idea of a library that would serve as a home for a variety of creative activities. The project has now grown to include a variety of elements
House of Movement, 5th Floor
123 Pritchard Street, (Corner Mooi Street)
P. O. Box 5977
Tel:(011) 336 9190
Fax: (011) 336 9196
Khanya College Publishing, a project of Khanya College, is a response to the decline of progressive publishing initiatives that were central to the social justice struggle during the anti-apartheid struggle. KC Publishing ‘s menu includes the Khanya: a Journal for Activists, books, newsletters and booklets produced at Khanya College. Khanya College Publishing is involved in various initiatives to promote a progressive publishing movement in South Africa and on the continent, which includes the Jozi Book Fair and setting up a printing house. Amongst others we provide platforms for debate, critical analysis of contemporary economic, social and political issues.
Physical Address: 122 Kyalami Boulevard Robin Drive, Vorna Valley, Midrand
Postal Address: P.O. BOX 946 Noordwyk,1687, South Africa
Tel: 011 022-6365/082 707 5796/ 083 891 7367
Fax: 086 547 5933
Mosala-Masedi Publishers and Booksellers is a black owned company whose core focus includes but is not limited to, writing Setswana books. i.e. poems, novels, short stories & dramas, comedies, etc. We also offer Setswana editing services, translation of english to Setswana, poetry sessions, workshops related to Setswana literature, and sales and supple of books and materials to clients.
Nutrend Publishers cc
5 Hatford Road
Nutrend Publishers is a wholly black owned South African Educational Publishing company established in Pietermaritzburg in 1998. We aim to set new trends in educational publishing, keeping in mind the needs of South African children, and to sharpen their curiosity and thirst for knowledge. Many of the lexicography units and universities in SA have chosen Nutrend as their partner in developing and publishing indigenous language dictionaries.
New Frank Talk
Private Bag X 124, Braamfontein 2017
Tel: 082 742 9660
Radical black perspectives are often excluded from mainstream media and the political journal of essays New Frank Talk is an attempt at popularising a black perspective through critical essays on the black condition in post-94 South Africa. This quarterly is published by Andile Mngxitama who is currently preoccupied with contributing towards a revolutionary Black Consciousness in the 21st Century. He has authored three of the four editions out so far which include From Mbeki to Zuma: What is the Difference? and the popular, Blacks can't be Racist. NFT issues in 2010, will include an essay by Heinrich Böhmke in which he argues that white revolutionaries are essentially missionaries; another piece on the 2010 Fifa World Cup and also one on the meaning of US President Barack Obama. NFT will be featured at this year’s Time of the Writer Festival in Durban.
The French Institute in South Africa, is the cultural agency of the French Embassy in South Africa, organises around fifty artistic events per year with the objective of promoting French and French-speaking culture (both from Africa and the Indian Ocean) to the local public. IFAS Research focuses on the human social sciences in Southern Africa. Dibuka information centre on contemporary France is the media library of IFAS. Through it collections, its provides access to francophone people.
Kondi Books consists of an individual rendering services of distributing new and second hand books to the public . Most of the books are of African interest, and include well-loved classics by African Writers that have become very scarce in bookshops.
119 Jan Smuts Avenue
off Newport Road
Private Bag x18
The Goethe-Institut is the cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany. We promote knowledge of the German language abroad and foster international cultural cooperation. We also convey a comprehensive picture of Germany by providing information on Germany's cultural, social and political life.
Due to South Africa´s history of racial discrimination our focus here is particularly on the development of and involvement with previously disadvantaged groups of the population. Thus, seminars and workshops are in the limelight of our program. Our library offers a wide variety of print and audiovisual material on different Germany-related topics. The books and media (including CDs and DVDs) cover cultural and social interests as well as German literature and material to learn and practice German. Most of our DVDs have English subtitles and we offer English books to cater for the non-German speaking clients, interested in German literature, arts and culture.
Ebukhosini Solutions offers consultation services as well as services related to community development, youth empowerment, leadership training, social upliftment and African centred education. Ebukhosini Solution offers a wide selection of African books in our Walk-in community library as well as a wide selection of African specific books for sale. Ebukhosini Solution also hosts the administrative unit of the Global African Congress, as well as various other community organisations.
Room to Read seeks to transform the lives of millions of children in developing countries by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education. Working in collaboration with local communities, partners, organisations and governments, we develop literacy skills and a habit of reading among primary school children. We also support girls to complete secondary school with the relevant life skills to succeed in school and beyond.
Professional Editors Group
Professional Editors Group (PEG) is an association that represents copy editors, proofreaders and other language practitioners operating in the South African publishing industry, corporate communications and the media. Our members include full-timers and freelancers who work in all South African official languages.
Puo Educational Products (Puo) is a producer of educational products in African languages and with African images that are targeted at children from ages zero to nine. The mission of Puo is to invest in our languages while instilling pride in our cultures and traditions. In fulfilling its mission, the aim of Puo is to supply products that provide an avenue through which to interact with and teach children African languages and culture; increase the awareness and pride of varying cultures and languages of the African continent in order to appreciate our diversity and achieve a better understanding of one another; educate and inform by developing children’s basic developmental skills; and entertain.
The National Library of SA is a custodian and provider of the nation's key knowledge resources. We are mandated by the National library of South Africa Act to collect and preserve published documents and make them accessible . We ensure that knowledge is not lost to posterity and that information is available for research . The National Library collection's contain a wealth of information and include rare manuscripts, books published in South Africa, periodical government official foreign publications, maps, technical reports, and newspapers. Many of these are available on CD or microfilm, in digital format or on the internet.
Rebel ePublishers is a small press based in Johannesburg. It was founded in July 2008 and focuses on fiction. We publish eBooks as well as paperback. Our books have become a recurring feature on the internet and book stands the world over.
No 2 Anikehof Complex
Martha Road North(off Rabie Road)
Porcupine Press was established in November 2009 in response to the growing demand from writers of all genres wanting to see their work published. We offer the full range of professional publishing expertise in editing, production, distribution and the marketing of high-quality books. We print-to-order, avoiding the cost of excessive print-runs. Our dedicated team of editors, proofreaders, layout and design artists, marketers and distributors will help to transform your work from the ‘brain to the bookshop’.
We are an Independent Publisher dedicated to making reading more socially accepted and available by introducing different ways of engaging the youth as well as adults in specific communities. We do this by creating a mainstream youth culture with products today’s youth can relate to e.g. cell phones and the internet without straying too far from the sentimentality of the actual book,
offering an alternative, innovative ways of publishing, developing tangible relationships with communities, schools and other institutions where books are not readily available, documenting our South African, organizing events to showcase the different works of authors or artists and creating platforms for performing artists to bring their written work to life together with art exhibitions and live music in different venues.
We creatie lasting relationships with our authors to establish a level of trust and think of them as siblings. Working with different art forms e.g. spoken word, visual art, music, film, dance, etc., we utilize different mediums, forming a tangible, commercial product retailed to make a profit, and showcasing the freshest established and emerging artists, creating a standard of quality synonymous with the reunitedsiblings brand.
The University of South Africa Press has been publishing research work since 1956. Over the past fifty years, it has developed a strong publishing list, as well as specialised skills in academic and scholarly publishing. Unisa Press has a vigorous journals publishing programme, with more than thirty journals – the only university press in South Africa to combine a books and journals publishing programme. This provides a unique platform for local researchers, while simultaneously ensuring visibility for African scholarship around the world.
POWA Women's Writing Project
64 Mitchell street, Berea
In 2006, driven by the need to create a collective space through which women could share their stories of surviving gender based violence, we set up the Writing Programme, and invited women throughout the country to send us their short stories, poems and personal essays that told stories of survival. Since its inception there have been five Breaking the Silence anthologies published: Dreaming of living; Positive Living Gender; Murmurs of the girl in me; Journeys to recovery; and Stories from the other(ed) woman.
Rosa Luxemburg Foundation
We organise political education, provide information about social perspectives in a globalised, unjust and unpeaceful world. We are venue for critical analysis of contemporary capitalism and debate about alternatives rooted in democratic socialism. We are based in Germany, and internationally have 14 foreign regional offices. We are a forum for dialogue between leftwing socialist forces, social movements, leftwing intellectuals and ngs. Our office in SA opened in 2003.
32 Angel Street, Kimberley 8301
Tel: (053) 833 2526
The Sol Plaatje Educational Trust was established in 1991 and operates from the house at 31 Angel Street, Kimberley, where Sol T Plaatje, pioneering author and founder member of the ANC, lived at the time of his death in 1932. From the inception of the Trust, the Trustees believed that the house and the projects emanating from it should reflect the legacy of Plaatje in a direct or symbolic manner. Since then a relevant museum area was established in the front rooms of the house together with a reference library in the central part of the house. Since the launch of a publications programme in 2002 the main aim is to produce new knowledge and to add value to oral histories, indigenous language development and Plaatje’s own contribution in the fields of journalism,indigenous,literature,and historical writings.
Since the launch of a publications programme in 2002 the main aim is to produce new knowledge and to add value to oral histories, indigenous language development and Plaatje’s own contribution in the fields of journalism,indigenous,literature,and historical writings.
38 Broadlands Road, Emerland Road, Harare, Zimbabwe
PO Box A1922, Avonale, Harare, Zimbabwe
Tel: 263 913 389 590
WEAVER PRESS was formed in 1998. A founding commitment of the company is to ensure that the results of research, scholarship and creative writing are made available in their region of origin and not only in foreign markets. The Company’s list focuses on political and social history, the environment, media issues, and women’s and children’s rights. A fiction imprint was launched in 2002.
The state of the Zimbabwean economy has demanded an innovative approach to publishing. Where possible, production subsidies are obtained to allow books to be sold at affordable prices through the retail trade. Grants are also sometimes used to underwrite the free distribution of books to libraries.
Weaver Press is a small company, employing only a publishing assistant apart from the two owner-directors, and operates from premises at the directors’ home. By keeping overheads low, and by employing a judicious mix of co-publishing arrangements, donor partnerships and links with academic and creative writing communities, it has established a modest niche in Zimbabwe’s publishing sector.
Physical Address: 50 2nd Ave, Houghton, Johannesburg
Postal Address: Bookshop, P.O. Box 87600, Houghton, 2041, South Africa
Tel: 011 728 7950
Fax: 011 728 7950
Hospice is a NGO with facilities in Houghton and Soweto. The organization primarily looks after terminally ill patients, including cancer and AIDS. We not only care for the patient, but family members as well. Hospice provides palliative nurses and doctors, social workers and home care staff. Our motto is “NO END TO CARING.” We aim to provide loving care and dignity to each and every patient. We rely on the sale of secondhand paintings, books, (fiction and non fiction) and CDs to carry out our work.
Head Office: Community House, 41 Salt River Road, Salt River, Cape Town 7925
P.O. Box 245 Cape Town 8000 South Africa
JHB Office: 4th Floor Vogas House (House of Movements), 123 Pritchard Street, Johannesburg 2000.
Phone: 011 3361877.
Tel:+27 (21) 447 2727 Fax: +27 (21) 448 5076
Workers’ World Media Productions (WWMP) is an independent labour media production house and a registered Non-Profit Organisation. Our vision is to be the recognised and desired production house for quality media serving the working class. The mission is to provide high-quality, relevant and informative media productions and access to the media for the labour movement and the working class. We also produce publications that promote mass education and political conscientisation on a commissioned basis.
At Xarra, the mainstream is the African Book, DVD and CD. You will also find a wide selection of international reads, bestsellers, lifestyle, biographies, sport, esoteric, philosophy, motivational and other genres. So, if you are looking for inspiration, entertainment, deeper understanding of the ways of the world, gift ideas or simply how to prepare a fine African dish, visit Xarra. Through their association with local and international authors, publishers and other literature enthusiasts hold regular book events, book launches and poetry sessions.
Visionary marketing promotions specialises in book sales, motivational talks, DVDs, personal development and HIV and AIDS education. They organise events and forums and implement as well as develop public relations strategies for organisations. Their core business is bringing satisfaction to their clients.
Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front
Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front is an anarchist political organization that works to promote libertarian socialist ideas and practice within popular social movements and trade unions. Through our publishing arm, Zabalaza books, we publish and distribute a wide variety of books, pamphlets and leaflets on topics such a revolutionary history and theory, women’s liberation, ecology, revolutionary syndicalism etc.