11TH ANNUAL JOZI BOOK FAIR

LITERATURE AND NEWSPAPERS

MY CLASS ARTICLES

Khanya College hosted a poetry competition among Schools which are around Johannesburg. Each school must have three winners that are going to represent their school at the Jozi Book..

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This year the 11th Jozi Book Fair Festival takes place from 29August -1September 2019 at Mary Fitzgerald Square, in Newtown, with the theme, Literature and Newspapers.

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The years between 1900 and 1939 were seen as the ‘golden age’ of the newspaper. One of the reasons for this was the working class’ struggles for…

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One way that Newspapers enable readers to air their views and debate issues is through opinion pieces or letters to the editor. My Class encourages you to keep your opinion pieces and letters short…

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This year one of JBF’s beloved patrons, dissident poet, James Matthews turns 90 years old on 24 May. We wish Uncle James…

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Mass media ownership in South Africa is highly concentrated and is owned by fewer and fewer corporations and/or individuals through…

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Pat Fahrenfort’s Spanner in the Works captures the struggles of survival in the unforgiving…

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Inner City Youth has been participating in different theatre workshops and showcases. The TB Youth…

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As much as we say that we “care” about the youth, we need to be honest about the current crisis that is facing them like the rise in…

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Due to media concentration in South Africa and the control of content, one can see that the newspaper no longer speaks to the needs of working class…

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After twenty-five years of democracy women are still do not hold senior positions of decision-making and the media…

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Newspapers in South Africa are owned by fewer people and is controlled by a minority of…

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