GENERAL PROGRAMME – SATURDAY


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 Daily Mail, The Star etc.

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MA Entrance
3 12.00 – 1.20 Film, The Imam and I, by Khalid Shamis Arena, 3rd Floor
4 12.00 -12.50 Theatre – Daily Khanya by TB Inner City Youth Ground Floor, East
5 12.00 -12.50 Rojava Revolution: What lessons for SA? Jonathan Payn, Ilrig 2nd Floor Seminar, West
6 1.00-2.00 Lunch Fitzroy’s Jazz & Makhosonke Mrubata & JBF Tb music & Marimbas (Hillbrow) MA Foyer
7 1.30-2.00 The Struggle to be Ordinary, disability, gender & sanitation in informal settlements. Directed by twospinning-wheels and pegasys institute (15min) Screen Room, 3rd Floor, West
8 2.00 – 2.50 Launch of Sam Makhuba’s “Nozizwe African Village Girl”, acrylic paintings. Opening with MMC, Councillor N. Sifumba Workers Museum, Room 3.
9 2.00 – 2.50 Conversation with Lindsey Collen about her book, Getting Rid of It with members of Khanya Feminist Network (Linda Mabena, Zoleka Mbotshelwa & Nontobeko Majola). MA Foyer
10 2.00 – 2.50 Hakeem Lesolang Reading & discussion: 200 Truths about Love 2nd Floor West
11 2.00 – 2.50 Conversation with author, Charles Abrahams about his book: Class Action: Pursuing a larger life Auditorium GF
12 2.00 – 2.50 Theatre – Voices of Unity, Hilbrow Outreach Ground Floor, East
13 2.00-2.50 Struan Douglas – Conversation with the author on his book Peace of the Earth Geology, Basement
14 3.00 – 3.50 JBF Schools Poetry Slam Winners & Launch of Batjha Kaofela: Poetry 1 MA Foyer
15 3.00 – 3.50 Seminar: Ali Hlongwane and Sifiso Ndlovu based on their book Public History and Culture in South Africa Boardroom, Ground Floor
16 3.00 – 3.50 Conversation with author: Shafinaaz Hassim on her book Economics of Love and Happiness. 2nd Floor Seminar, West
17 3.00 – 3.50 Theatre – Flame Book, Xolisa Ntenguba Ground Floor, East
18 3.00 – 3.50 Social Justice, Struggle and the Law: Michelle le Roux, (LAWFARE), Charles Abrahams (Class Action: In pursuit of a larger life) in conversation with Tim Bruinders Auditorium, Ground Floor.
19 4.00-4.50 Theatre Ground Floor, East
20 4.00- 5.30 Celebration & Tribute to James Matthews on his 90th birthday. Poetry performances, Launch of his book, Parks and Other Stories and Conversation with Prof. Mongane Wally Serote (Poet Laureate). MA Foyer
21 6.00 Party continues: Celebrating James Matthews & Jazz with Fitzroy MA Foyer


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