I didn’t post anything for South Africa’s Youth Day on 16 June. It wasn’t because of my presence at Cape Town Book Fair (although partly so), and it wasn’t because I was annoyed with how this day of remembrance has become politicised – although that certainly played a large part. I feel passionate about theContinue reading “An Author’s Take on the Youth”
At Cape Town Book Fair I attended a forum discussion on making knowledge and research results more accessible to students and the general public, breaking down the “Ivory Tower” so to speak. Remember how often I’ve written about that annoying research jargon? Yep! The panel chairperson was journalist Karabo Kgoleng. This graphic is inspired byContinue reading “Define: Specialist”
What’s better than a book and hot chocolate in front of the fireplace? Not much, that’s what. This week’s Top Ten Tuesday with The Broke and the Bookish is about our TBR-list for Summer, but in my case for the Winter.
In the spirit of the Cape Town Book Fair and Father’s Day, I would like to share with you one of my favourite stalls from the fair:
As you may know, I decided in about December last year that I would no longer allow my studies to prevent me from reading and keeping my mind from growing. So I attended the Cape Town Book Fair today. And it was amazing. Beyond amazing. But more about that in later posts.