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“The Zwakala Festival is a festival of new writing. Its objective is to showcase top productions from community theatre and choose an ultimate winner. One unique play that highlighted the importance of this festival is Blacksmith. Blacksmith is a…”

The African Reclaimers Organisation (ARO) embarked on a cleaning campaign together with the city of Cape Town solid waste management team.

Since schools reopened for the final term of the year, one school in Eldorado Park has been facing problems which led to gang violence amongst learners in schools.

The lack of mental health education and awareness is worsening in South African working class townships, because communities are not well exposed to knowledge on the subject.

On 17 October 2022, parents and community leaders closed down Lefa-Ifa Secondary School in Kwa-Thema with bricks and burning tyers at the gate preventing learners and teachers from entering the school.

On Sunday, 30 October 2022, the 14th Jozi Book Fair became host to a powerful feminist dialogue rested on icon, Lauretta Ngcobo’s And They Did not Die.

Activists and community members from all over Johannesburg came to attend a cultural poetry workshop at Newton, workers museum.

The workshop on ‘Philosophy for Youth’ was a positive and empowering session for all young people in attendance.

It is that time of the year again. It is time for the 14th Annual Jozi Book Fair Festival.

Page to Stage is a cultural group from Protea South which grew out of a well-known non-profit (NPO) organisation called the Perfect Storm.

The 2022 Khanya College Political Education Program weekly WhatsApp Study Groups commences once again as of Wednesday, 14th September 2022, one month after Khanya’s 23rd Annual Winter School that occurred from the 18th July – 22nd July 2022 with the theme “Organize to remake the world”.

From 18 July 2022 to 22 July 2022, Khanya College held its 23rd Annual Winter School themed ‘Organise to Remake the World’.