Gcina Mhlophe

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  • Mazisi Kunene Foundation: The Mazisi Kunene Foundation Trust is a registered Trust established in April, 2006. The launch of the Foundation was held at the International Convention Centre, Durban on 3 June, 2006 and marked the beginning of an important historical event within the South African literary Arts. http://www.kunenefoundation.org/home.htm


  • Appletree:“Livelifenow is a call to action, for businesses and individuals alike. It is a call to stop, disconnect, ask yourself some important questions, reassess your direction, and then to choose an intentional path that is purpose-driven.Take the first step! Not one day… when life gets easier, when your environment is less challenging, when your relationships are less demanding, but now, today, in the midst of the chaos.” http://www.appletreelive.com/


  • Diakonia Council of Churches: The Diakonia Council of Churches is an ecumenical, inter-church agency, working with churches and church organisations in the pursuit of a more just society. By this we mean an improved quality of life for the poor, as well as changes in attitudes and structures which perpetuate injustice. http://www.diakonia.org.za/


  • PUKU.co.za: PUKU which is northern Sotho for “book” – is a news and social network for publishers, authors and the general book-buying and -reading public that focuses on children’s books in southern Africa.www.puku.co.za


  • The University of KwaZulu-Natal Press: is a quality publisher of scholarship and general expertise books for both academic and general readers. Our range is wide and includes social, political, economic and military history, gender, natural sciences, African literature, selected novels some poetry and specialised children’s books. www.ukznpress.co.za




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