We are a publishing company based in Pretoria, SA, with over 65 published distribution contracts and 1 international rights contract. We publish novels, drams, poetry essay, writing, general non-fiction, biography short stories, one act play and children’s stories in South African indigenous languages and English. Our focus has been in education, libraries and school libraries through the department of education.
Palace Of Knowledge is a private company. Its aims is to promote education by providing awareness, motivational books, educational books, leaners magazines, learners newspapers, educational games and educational charts. The target market of this company are learners (physically challenged and normal) students, teachers, children and parents.
We supply all educational books, stationary, library books, furniture, ECD resources and playground equipment for schools, tertiary institutes and corporates.
Penreach works towards quality education including literacy. Penreach books in homes programme provides affordable and culturally relevant reading materials to homes, reading camps, schools and as teacher aids.
The Rotary Club Of Johannesburg New Dawn is affiliated with Rotary International and does charity and aid work concentrating on education welfare in and around Johannesburg.
Rozani Media is Africa’s timeless tales. We tell children’s stories and publish them. We entertain and educate about Africa while embracing African cultures.
Sifiso Publishers develops and publishes modern and educational and entertainment content catering to indigenous languages and accounting for the African continent context. We want to instil and inspire excellence in Africa and ensure access to information in print and digital mediums. At Sifiso Publishers we publish books by African authors with African content and in all south African languages.
Tokoloho Publishers is a self-publishing, non-profit organisation that aims to inspire the desire for knowledge. The book genres are political, historical, legal, human rights law, religion and self-improvement. The books illustrates the hidden side of South Africa’s politics. They also show how the concept of one God originates in Africa. The book also contributes to an understanding of Pan Africanism and also highlights the contribution of Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe and his contemporaries.
The festival promotes reading and writing in all our South African languages. Especially our indigenous languages and our mother tongues; promotes access and exposure to all the arts , and supports affordable printing to make books accessible.
Khanya College Publishing, is a response to the decline of progressive publishing initiatives that were central to the decline of progressive publishing initiatives that were central to the social justice struggle during the anti apartheid struggle. Khanya College Publishing’s menu includes the Khanya Journal, books, newsletters and booklets that we produced.
Tales For Change
At TalesForChange we believe that reality needs to be crafted to make it beautiful. We make stories that craft a new more beautiful reality.
As tasks by the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (IDM). The departments role is not only effect megawatt savings, but to also provide energy efficiency education to the children of South Africa. Research has proven that placing stories at the very centre of the early childhood curriculum’ helps children to begin reading and writing. Whether read to or read by the children themselves, and having children tell their own stories and perform them with their chassmates, plays a crucial pedagogical and developmental role in early childhood education.
groundWork (gW) is a non-profit environmental justice and developmental organization working primarily in Southern Africa in the areas of Climate & Energy Justice, Coal, Environmental Health, Global Green and Healthy Hospitals and Waste. groundWork is the South African member of Health Care Without Harm and Friends of the Earth International
Afribeat.com has put out 4 CD’s and 7 books of unique South African content. The latest book To The on Earth follows the life of Moses Molelekwa to a point of spiritual educational and transformational awakening. It is written by Struan Douglas, a journalist and musician and since its launch in April and May 2019 has had the effect of introducing the power of preservation of the freedom era of music that Moses and his cohorts from Melt2000 records impacted and documented in our country. The educational value is the multi generational approach of introducing new audiences to the power of SA cultural transformation that happened 25 years ago. The work provides real solutions to the tragic downfalls of suicide depression and drugs in the entertainment industry.