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A Giant Has Fallen The South African Literary Award (SALA), an initiative of the wRite associates, express our heartfelt condolences at the passing on of Dr Aaron Gubudla Malindzisa, aged 76.  Dr Malindzisa has been a member of the SALA family as both an Afrikaans and Siswati languages Adjudicator since 2006. Malindzisa was a prolific Siswati author of both short and long fiction, linguist, literary, translator, adjudicator and one of

Press Release: 05 October 2020

SALA CELEBRATES 15 YEARS OF ADVANCING OUR LITERARY HERITAGE: THE 2020 SHORTLIST IS ANNOUNCED Celebrating 15 years of growth and exhilarating success, the South African Literary Awards (SALA), announces the 2020 shortlist of nominees today. The list of nominees reflects the transformative nature not only of SALA, but the country’s literary community. The potpourri nature of the country provides a canvas on which writers manage to paint beautiful pictures without

Press Release: 14 April 2020

PRESS RELEASE For immediate release Released by the wRite associates 14 April 2020 SALA 2020 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS CLOSING DATE POSTPONED TO 29 MAY 2020 Due to the Covid19 Lockdown in South Africa, which affected our books submission process, the South African Literary Awards took a decision to extend the call for submissions period for a month, moving the closing date to 29th May 2020. While the announcement of the

Press release: SALA celebrates 15th anniversary

For immediate release Released by the wRite associates SALA CELEBRATES 15TH ANNIVERSARY, ANNOUNCES CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS OF LITERARY WORK Celebrating 15 years of advancing South Africa’s literary heritage, the South African Literary Awards (SALA) is inviting South African authors to submit their work (published in 2018 and 2019) in eleven (11) categories in all official South Africa’s languages. The 2020 categories are: 1. Children’s Literature Award 2. Youth Literature Award

Press Release – 18 February 2020

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The Miriam Tllai Reading and Book Club joins the world in celebrating International Mother Language Day, 22nd February 2020, 13H00 to 15H00 at the wRite associates, 74 Mimosa Road, Randpark Ridge,

Press Release – 17 February 2020

PRESS RELEASE For immediate release Released by the wRite associates SALA CELEBRATES 15TH ANNIVERSARY, ANNOUNCES CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS OF LITERARY WORK Celebrating 15 years of advancing South Africa’s literary heritage, the South African Literary Awards (SALA) is inviting South African authors to submit their work (published in 2018 and 2019) in eleven (11) categories in all official South Africa’s languages. The 2020 categories are: 1. Children’s Literature Award 2. Youth

Press Release – 11 November 2019

Press Release (Released by the wRite associates) 2019 South African Literary Awards winners announced As the 2019 Africa Century International Writers Conference officially comes to an end, this year’s South African Literary Awards winners have been announced, with several newcomers as well as established artists sharing in the accolades. The winners of the 2019 South African Literary Awards (SALA) were announced at a ceremony held at Ditsong National Museum of

Press Release – October 2019

Press Release  The Miriam Tlali Reading and book Club to look at the man who founded ANC It is well known that the African National Congress (ANC) was formed in 1912 and is considered the oldest political organisation on the African continent. What is often not widely known is that the person who founded it was one Pixley ka Isaka Seme, a thirty-year-old black South African from Inanda outside the

Press Release: 24 June 2019

PRESS RELEASE IMMEDIATE RELEASE Miriam Tlali Reading and Book Club joins the world in celebrating Africa Month, 26th May 2019, at 13H00 to 15H00, 74 Mimosa Road, Randpark Ridge, Johannesburg The month of May is recognised as Africa month – a time when the continent of Africa commemorates the founding of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU). Celebrated on the 25th May, Africa Day signals the anniversary of the formation of

PRESS RELEASE – 22 May 2019

PRESS RELEASE IMMEDIATE RELEASE Miriam Tlali Reading and Book Club joins the world in celebrating Africa Month, 26th May 2019, at 13H00 to 15H00, 74 Mimosa Road, Randpark Ridge, Johannesburg The month of May is recognised as Africa month – a time when the continent of Africa commemorates the founding of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU). Celebrated on the 25th May, Africa Day signals the anniversary of the formation of (OAU)