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I Want My Scars To Count For Something- Busisiwe Anderson


As people we go through hardships which can make or break us. What is it that can be done for one to survive those hardships?
A question that has millions of answers because each and every one of us deal with hardships differently. Busisiwe Anderson, a woman who learnt to forgive and found comfort in God has writt...

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2020 Young Writer's workshop programme


Speakers of the Young Writers Programme Workshop at Kyalami Castle, 15 February.


The department of Education held its annual Young Writer's Workshop Programme at the Kyalami Castle in Johannesburg, on Saturday.

The purpose of the workshop was to educate upcoming writers about the processes involved in making a book and funds th...

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The Colour Box: A book about one the most stereotyped disorder in Africa



It is said that our children are a reflection of us, what we teach them is embedded in their minds for the longest of time.

Question is, can they differentiate what is right and what is not? As parents how can we teach our children not to be stereotypical?

For centuries people with albinism have...

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