Tag: Zukiswa Wanner

From 2018 to 2019: Happy New Year!

As the year comes to a close and we all take some time to reflect on what has been and dream about what’s to come, I would like to thank you for being with us on this journey. I thank you for believing in us, trusting us with your work, celebrating our milestones with us, […]

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Coming up: Zukiswa Wanner at Open Book Festival

This coming week, ZUKISWA WANNER will be in Cape Town for the annual Open Book Festival. Open Book Festival will take place from the 5th to the 9th of September at the Fugard Theatre. The feast full of literarty includes some of our faves like Niq Mhlongo, Sue Nyathi, Noziwe Cynthia Jele, Angela Makholwa, Pumla Gqola, […]

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Zukiswa Warner and Hardly Working at Kingsmead Book Fair!

After successful book events in Johannesburg, Durban, Cape Town, Harare, Nairobi and Berlin, Zukiswa Wanner is taking Hardly Working: A Travel Memoir of Sorts to the Kingsmead Book Fair. The 2018 Kingsmead Book Fair takes place this Saturday, 12 May at Kingsmead College in Rosebank. The programme runs from 9:30 till 5pm and will feature […]

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Hardly Working Goes to Cape Town

After successful launch events in Johannesburg, Durban, Nairobi and Harare, Zukiswa Wanner takes “Hardly Working: A Travel Memoir of Sorts” to Cape Town for two launch events. The first event will be at the awesome The Book Lounge in the city: Friday, 4 May, 5:30pm. The Book Lounge is on the corner of Buitekant & Roeland. […]

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New Book Alert: Hardly Working by Zukiswa Wanner

We are proud to announce our first book of the year, our first nonfiction book – Hardly Working: A Travel memoir of shorts by Zukiswa Wanner In Hardly Working: A Travel Memoir of Sorts, Zukiswa Wanner faces the challenges of travelling by road and crossing several borders while being a Zambian-born South African who lives […]

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