The Abantu Book Festival 2019 has started its run for fundraising with its annual appeal for support from the abantu. The Abantu Book Festival in…View More Abantu Book Festival 2019 makes annual appeal for support.
Covering the length and breadth of the continent, here is a list of African literary festivals you can attend in 2019. This list is regularly…View More African Literary Festivals you can attend in 2019
The third edition of what is quickly becoming Southern Africa’s premier literary festival, the Abantu Book Festival 2018, was hosted in Soweto, South Africa from…View More A snapshot of the Abantu Book Festival 2018.
Wally Mongane Serote has been announced as the new South African Poet Laureate taking over a role that was previously filled by the late Keorapetse…View More Wally Mongane Serote is South African Poet Laureate.
The Abantu Book Festival 2018 artist line up was announced on the event’s social media platforms on October 23, 2018. The festival now in its…View More Abantu Book Festival 2018 artist line up unveiled.
After a year of pining away remembering the good times, South African literary scene enthusiasts are now excited as the Abantu Book Festival kicks off…View More Abantu Book Festival 2017 is here!
Here is a list of African literary festivals you can attend in 2017. 2016 promised and delivered to literary feast of festivals in all corners…View More African literary festivals you can attend in 2017
The Abantu Book Festival is set to be hosted in Soweto, South Africa from 6-10 December 2016. The festival theme is “Imagining Ourselves into Being.”…View More Abantu Book Festival announces December dates
What a year 2015 was where African literary festivals were concerned. A record number showcased some of the coolest people and their writing in various…View More African literary festivals you can attend in 2016