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Ivan Aug 26
It has been 2 days but my heart is still full. Thank you so much to everyone who showed their support by going to the event! And thank you Ateneo, for entrusting me with a job this big. Simula pa lang ito. πŸ’™
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Mohale Mashigo Sep 9
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#YouHaveToBeGayToKnowGod Sep 8
At 2, , , and I are queening your beliefs with for I have faith that you'll be there.
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Carolyn Meads Sep 11
Went a little book crazy at and bought the stack on the left πŸ€“πŸ“šπŸ˜„ On the right you’ll find books by Kwela fiction authors who attended the fest. Open Book might be over, but many happy hours ahead!
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Ishay Govender-Ypma Sep 7
Thanks too to for excellent hosting, kind staff and an overall smooth process for facilitators and conversants. πŸ“š
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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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Patrick Ntsime Sep 7
β€˜Solitude is the soil in which genius is planted, creativity grows, and legends bloom; faith in oneself is the rain that cultivates a hero to endure the storm, and bare the genesis of a new world, a new forest’ Mike Norton
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Never the Strangers Aug 24
Silence. Classes ongoing.
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Pumla Dineo Gqola, PhD Sep 9
So much fun was had. Another great line-up! Once again, new friends made, writing discovered. is coming to an end. We have to wait only 12 months to be wowed again. πŸŽ‰πŸ’πŸŽŠ
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Ausi Neo's Child Sep 5
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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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Michelle Hattingh Sep 6
My book baby just chilling next to my hero ’s amazing books at 😏
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PAP CULTURE Sep 13
The : Body Politics episode is live on the channel. This discussion features: Dr. Tlaleng Mofokeng, Melanie Judge, Joy Watson & Vivienne Lalu. A really informative session that will leave you with quite a lot to think about:
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Carolin Gomulia Sep 7
'Students are taught that Africa has no history of urbanism even though some of the oldest pre-colonial cities were in Africa'
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Cayleigh Bright Sep 6
β€œCape 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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Ishay Govender-Ypma Sep 7
Thanks for the engaging session & Tayfun Aras. I hope your books fly off the shelves and readers enjoy your history and journey as much as your recipes. Thanks to all who came to our session at at
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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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Haji Mohamed Dawjee Sep 6
Who am I seeing at 10 AM? In convo with the amazing for about defining moments on our journeys with and
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Barbara Boswell Sep 6
Thrilled to be in conversation later at with and Rehana Rossouw about their brilliant novels. Our topic: writing trauma and its afterlife 4pm today!
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Nkanyezi Tshabalala Sep 9
We Cape Town(ed), we festival(ed), and we had a hell of a time doing it! Thank you ! πŸ‘ŠπŸΎπŸ‘ŠπŸΎ is a wrap. βœŒπŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎ
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