What if every school had access to digital education? Via Afrika is finding out…
Lerato Ntuli, deputy president of Phefeni Senior Secondary School in Soweto, talks about the importance of reading books to help create South Africa’s next generation of leaders.
Professor Keorapetse Kgositsile discusses his favourite book from High School, Black Boy (Richard Wright), and how it taught him more about the writing process. He realised he didn’t have to sound like other English authors, but that he could tame the English language to speak his language.
Jafta Mamabolo discusses the joy in reading graphic novels. He suggests that reading graphic novels such as Naruto, Bleach or even the Marvel comics is a good way for non-readers to get into reading. These stories have great artwork and very meaningful stories and it is sure to get people excited about reading.