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Festival opens the way for a love of reading

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December, 4th 2012
The Open Book Festival is an innovative and exciting event that hopes to build a love of reading among South African youth. Ahead of 2012's Festival, where Nal'ibali participated in a panel on reading-for-enjoyment, we caught up with festival co-ordinator Frankie Murrey to talk literacy, libraries and growing a love of books and reading among young people. Join Nal’ibali for a panel discussion about the importance of...
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Why join the Nal’ibali network?

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November, 28th 2012
By signing up to be a member of the Nal’ibali network you are showing your support for using the power of stories to inspire children to want to read and write. Other benefits of registering with the Nal’ibali network include: Access to our free newsletter with event updates, news round-ups, exclusive giveaways and even more storytelling and reading tips and ideas Adding your comments to articles and...
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Meet the team behind the Nal’ibali supplement

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Posted on October 2nd, 2015 in News & updates   The team behind the Nal’ibali supplement come from all walks of life, but they all share one passion: the love of language and literature. As the only bilingual resource of its kind in South Africa – the supplement offers the children and their caregivers the opportunity to enjoy stories and read material in English, isiXhosa, isiZulu, Sepedi, Sesotho...
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Nam at lectus hendrerit

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Zimkhitha Mlanzeli is an author and editor at the FunDza Literacy Trust. She mentors young aspirant writers in a bid to give back to the reading community that made her: “I’m Remo Modise, I saw a piece I wrote, LIFE AFTER MATRIC, published on Mxit. I wanted to say thank you for the support and also for believing in me.” – Remo Modise This is what I...
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World Read Aloud Day 2016: The Ultimate Story Power Moment

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In 2014, South Africans helped us read aloud to 50 000 children. In 2015, you helped us reach 166 360 children. And in 2016, thanks to parents, teachers, librarians, family members and hundreds of readers, we read to 365 849 children – more than double our previous number and an astounding record for Nal’ibali and South Africa! The power in partners This year, we joined forces with the...
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