To reach more parents and children, the popular bilingual Nal’ibali literacy supplement will appear in two new newspapers every Sunday!

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We did it! Together on World Read Aloud Day 2014, we read aloud to 47 902 kids!

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Discover how to read and share stories with children for their literacy development every Tuesday throughout 2014 in Cape Town...

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Nal’ibali has been encouraging you to read to your children regularly – just 15 minutes a day, every day! But why is this very small action so very important?

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In partnership with SABC Education, Nal’ibali has launched children’s programming on SABC public radio stations, airing children's stories three times a week in all official languages.

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Reading Clubs

From how to set up your reading club to keeping it going.

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Nal’ibali launches Children’s Literacy Charter

Posted on 14 Apr 2014

Nal’ibali, the national reading-for-enjoyment campaign, is proudly launching...

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Nal’ibali supplement now in Sunday papers to reach more parents and children

Posted on 4 Apr 2014

To increase access for parents and educators to the popular bilingual children’s...

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Register for Nal’ibali reading-for-enjoyment workshops (Cape Town 2014)

Posted on 4 Apr 2014

Did you know that you can play a vital role in the development of the children in your...

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Lulama Langeni: Developing communities through libraries

Lulama Langeni is the senior librarian at Harare Library – an innovative community...

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