2013 Programme

2013 Program

PROGRAMME: 2013
Museum Africa, Newtown Cultural Precinct, JHB
 Dispossessed. Repossessed: Land Matters in African Letters
Day 1 – Thursday, 7 November 2013

THURSDAY 7TH NOVEMBER 
TIME EVENT VENUE
09H00 – 10h00 Registration Foyer
ExhibitionsBooks, Music, Arts and Crafts, Clothing Foyer
10H30 – 11H30 Native Press: African Intellectuals’ Instrument of Colonial SubversionDrMcebisiNdletyanaHead: Political-Economy Faculty

Mapungubwe: Institute for Strategic Reflection (MISTRA)

 

Auditorium
11H30 – 13H00 Book Reading and DiscussionBook title: BomboyAuthor: Yewande Omotoso

Facilitator: Sandile Ngidi

Auditorium
13H00 14H00  LUNCH  Level 4, West Wing
14H30 – 16H30 Book DiscussionBook title: Sharecropping survived subsistence farmers in the Twentieth CenturyAuthor: Nomvuyo Dayile

Facilitator: Vicky Kente

Auditorium
18H30 – 21H00 International African Writers Day LectureDr Mustafa SidikiKaloko, Commissionerfor Social Affairs at the African

Union Commission

Auditorium

 

 

SCHOOLS PROGRAMME

Theme: TseboLethabo -Knowledge is Pleasure

THURSDAY 7TH NOVEMBER
TIME EVENT VENUE
10H00 – 11H00 Story-telling: Ms BoitumeloMaretele Arena
11H00 – 12H00 Library Talk and PoetryMs NonhlanhlaMnisi &Mr Collen Nxumalo Arena
12H00 – 13H00 Book ReadingBook title: Song of Success and Other Poems for ChildrenAuthor: Mr Ikeogu Oke

Reader: Mr Boitumelo Maretele

Level 4, West Wing
Per Gustavsson (Sweden)Children Storytelling Workshop Arena

 

 

Day 2 – FRIDAY, 8THNovember 2013

FRIDAY 8TH NOVEMBER
09H00 – 10h30 Registration Foyer
ExhibitionsBooks, Music, Arts and Crafts, Clothing and Museum Africa Foyer
09H00 – 11H00 PANEL 1Roundtable DialogueTopic: Pan African Letters, Land and Agrarian Reform

 

Auditorium
Panelists:Prof Sam MoyoProf Joe Diescho

Prof  James Ogude

 

Facilitator: Prof Mbulelo Mzamane

11H10 – 13H00 PANEL 2Topic: Conflicts over LandChair:  Prof Nhlanhla Maake
Liberation Without Land and Its Resources is a Gigantic FraudDr Motsoko Pheko Auditorium
We’re Strangers in this Country: Politics and Place in ModikweDikobe’s DispossessedMr Andrew MartinNational English Literary Museum