Writing and Resistance – Remembering Nat Nakasa

Known for his literary prowess, immaculate dress sense, and “quiet rage” against the apartheid machine, journalist Ndazana Nathaniel Nakasa was a scholar with a wit as sharp as his pen. He took his own life at the young age of 28 while in permanent exile in New York but achieved much in his literary career. …

The African Writers Series

Literature, like many of the arts, has a far greater reach than many people believe, and is often influential in shaping broader society. Of particular importance is what children read in school, as it forms the majority of the information that they consume. So it was an issue for Alan Hill of the publishing house …