June 15: At Mputhumi Ntabeni’s “The Wanderers” launch.

Cape Town’s finest Mphuthumi Ntabeni is a writer, columnist, playwright and short story writer whose debut novel The Broken River Tent was published by Jacana Media in 2019. His newest book The Wanderers published by Kwela will be presented on June 15 with the pianist Malcolm Jiyane and a reading by Zukiswa Wanner (that’s me) …

June 12: Virtually Yours with Ondjaki

I continue “Virtually Yours” my partnership with Goethe Namibia, a series of online discussions with contemporary authors from Africa. “Virtually Yours” aims to create an online platform for avid readers, writers, academics, publishers, agents, and anyone else interested in literature by writers from Africa. The series of online discussions held once a month from October …

May 8: Virtually Yours with Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor

I continue my partnership with Goethe Namibia called Virtually Yours which is a series of online discussions – Virtual Gatherings – with contemporary authors from Africa. Virtually Yours aims to create an online platform for avid readers, writers, academics, publishers, agents, and anyone else interested in literature by writers from Africa. The series of online …

April 10: Virtually Yours with Abubakar Adam Ibrahim

I continue my partnership with Goethe Namibia called Virtually Yours which is a series of online discussions – Virtual Gatherings – with contemporary authors from Africa. Virtually Yours aims to create an online platform for avid readers, writers, academics, publishers, agents, and anyone else interested in literature by writers from Africa. The series of online …

March 13: Virtually Yours with Natasha Omokhodion-Kalulu Banda

I continue my partnership with Goethe Namibia called Virtually Yours which is a series of online discussions – Virtual Gatherings – with contemporary authors from Africa. Virtually Yours aims to create an online platform for avid readers, writers, academics, publishers, agents, and anyone else interested in literature by writers from Africa. The series of online …

October 22-25: Ake Festival 2020

Now in its 8th year, Ake Arts & Book Festival has brought over 700 artists, writers, poets, musicians, dancers, filmmakers, actors, filmmakers and thinkers together to dialogue and celebrate creativity on the African continent through panel discussions, art exhibitions, workshops, storytelling, book chats, poetry performances, a concert, stage play and unforgettable films. I will be …