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Thokozile Ndlebe Sep 7
To be in room with these incredible women, speaking to Sara-Jayne King about defining moments on their journey. I even managed to get two of my books signed by Haji and Iman, thank you 🌸
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T. Jacobs Sep 5
Replying to @TasneemJacobs9
Professor Gqola asks Professor Phakeng what is her ideal vision for UCT in 5 years time. Professor Phakeng hopes for a feeling on campus “that doesn’t feel like we are in Oxford.”
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PAP CULTURE Sep 8
Such an enlightening session with Siya Khumalo, Haji Mohamed Dawjee, Frankie Edozien & Keval Harie talking ‘Queering Beliefs’. 📱💻 Episode soon come!
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#cocreatePoetica Sep 9
Such a great session with these amazing women in art! Moving Words.
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Kerry Hammerton Sep 8
'The project is not to write what you know but to write what you want and do it well'
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Bridget Armstrong Sep 7
THE ADULTING TOOLBOX: "I have people say, 'I am a reverent of Theology! I have these degrees! How dare you do this!' Are you judging the book by it's cover, or have you actually read the book?Very few have read the book" - Siya Khumalo 'You have to be gay to know God'
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PAP CULTURE Sep 6
Prof. Pumla Gqola asked very critical questions in yesterday's discussions for the talk. But one that stood out to us, was why Prof. Mamokgethi Phakeng applied for the VC position at UCT. This is a preview of that conversation. Episode soon come...
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Adam Smyer Sep 4
After 20+ hours of flight across time and space I am in beautiful for ! If someone could tell me what day it is I would appreciate it.
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Steve Kretzmann Sep 8
Scary and funny at the same time.
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Never the Strangers Aug 24
Silence. Classes ongoing.
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Ming Chows 林明巧 Sep 5
I’m going to allow myself to be vulnerable & be speaking openly about sexual harassment & fetishism as an East Asian woman living in western society at tomorrow at 4pm. It’s a free event to those that identify as womxn. RSVP & join us for this discussion.
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Lesley Nneka Arimah Sep 7
My Open Book Festival events for the week. Looking forward to seeing you there, Cape Town
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ADMU Sanggunian Aug 13
One Big Fair: Kislap is rescheduled and will push through on August 23-24, 2018! We will continue to offer you the great start to the school year we promised you! Restart your spark with us!
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Jen Thorpe Sep 9
Thank you to the team for making space for all the amazing discussions this past week. So grateful for this festival
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Cayleigh Bright Sep 6
“Cape Town was designed to divide.” Activist Cities panel at highlights that CT is not an activist city: it can be, but spatial division complicates activism. So do our language divides.
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Nkanyezi Tshabalala Sep 7
HRM reading from her book , sharing an experience as a feminist. "Feminism is about a whole range of things... Stories like this give me constant awareness of how feminism is life-sustaining, joyful and playful..."
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Jacqui L'Ange Sep 9
My ⁦ treasures (and Katya). Bravo ⁦⁩ organizers - it was powerful magic. Roll on next year!
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Jaydon Farao Sep 9
is such a beautiful thing. It is beyond festive. It is magical. Read, read, and read some more. And if you don't find what you're looking for, WRITE IT! The world is so much better with beautiful stories. Go create them.
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Open Book Festival Sep 10
Thanks - if you missed this sold out session or want to see it again here is Nasty Women Talk Back launch
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Nozizwe Duduzile Sep 8
WRITING WITH HEART David Chariandy and Aminatta Forna speak to Rehana Rossouw about taking readers on emotional journeys. I absolutely loved Aminatta’s The Memory of Love and can’t wait to read her new book, Happiness
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