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  TSOHANG BATJHA YOUTH PROGRAMME, Saturday, 31 August, 2019, Workers Museum  1 Parallel Workshops  9.00 – 11.00 am Venues Facilitator Philosophy for youth Workers Museum Room 2 Theresa Giorza (Wits) Easy Drawing Loft Workers Museum 4 Joan Rankin (Award-winning illustrator) Physical Theatre  Museum Africa, Ground Floor East Chantel Thomas (freelance director) Silk screening t. shirts …

GENERAL PUBLIC PROGRAMME – SATURDAY, 31 August 2019, 11.30am – 9.00pm, Museum Africa Time Description Venues 1 11.30-1.00pm Roundtable Discussion: Historicising Literature & Newspapers, with Corinne Sandwith, Lindsey Collen, Shamim Meer & William Mpofu. Moderator: Maria van Driel Auditorium, Ground Floor 2 11.15 – 12.30 BUS HERITAGE TOUR on Literature and Newspapers: visiting the Rand …

JOZi BOOK FAIR – SKILLS WORKSHOPS & PROMOTING LITERATURE SUNDAY, 1 SEPTEMBER 2019, 9.00 – 11.00am, Museum Africa   WORKSHOPS Venues Facilitator(s) 1 Journalism – writing articles for newspapers  2nd Floor, West Siya Mviko and Dorothy Mabelebele 2 Basic Computer skills (10 people only)  4th Floor, West 1 Nhlamulo Rikhotso 3 Make a film with …

JOZi BOOK FAIR – MOVEMENT BUILDING NETWORKS & LITERATURE Saturday, 31 August 2019, 9.00 – 11.00am, Museum Africa All NETWORK Workshops focus on current issues and challenges within different sectors of society (labour, health, women etc) and draw on literature, films etc to facilitate debate and clarification. This is a platform to assist people to understand …

  SCHOOLS PROGRAMME – ONLY Registered Schools!!! Thursday (29 August) and Friday -30 August, Museum Africa Time Description Venue 1 8.00 Arrivals and Registrations Exhibitions & Walkabouts Mary Fitzgerald Square 2 9.00 – 9.15 Welcome & Theme of Festival Museum Africa, 4th Floor West 3 9.30 – 10.20 Parallel Skills Workshops 4 9.30 – 10.20 …

Workshop Venue Facilitator 1 Writing Poetry Auditorium, Ground Floor Masai Dabula 2 Reading Photos: Exhibitions on Newspapers & alternative press 3rd Floor, Exhibition Room 1 TBC 3 Basic Computer Skills 4th Floor, West 2 Nhlamulo Rikhotso 4 Whatsapp tv news, on your phone 2nd Floor West Dorothy Mabelebele 5 Philosophy for Youth 3rd Floor Exhibition Room 2 Theresa …

30 AUGUST 2019 8:00 AM 9.00 -9.15 AM 9.30 -10.20 AM 10.30 – 11.20 AM 11.30-1.15 8:00 AM Arrivals and Registration – (Mary Fitzgerald Square) Welcome Morning Tea & JuiceRegister for Workshops and Author(s) SessionsExhibitions and Walkabouts, booksales & t.shirts 9.00 -9.15 AM Welcome & Theme of Festival – (Museum Africa Foyer) 9.30 -10.20 AM …

30 AUGUST 2019 TIME PARALLEL WORKSHOP 8:30 AM Arrivals and Registration – (Mary Fitzgerald Square) Welcome Morning Tea Register for Workshops and Author(s) Sessions Exhibitions and Walkabouts, booksales & t.shirts   TIME PARALLEL WORKSHOP 9.00 -9.15    AM  Welcome & Theme of Festival – (Museum Africa Foyer) 9:30 – 10:20 AM Parallel Skills Workshops & …

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…

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…

The earliest South African newspapers dates back to the white settlements, in the mid 1600s around Cape of Good Hope. The newspapers were written and edited by whites for white readers…

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