English Alive 2019
Editor: Twanji Kalula
English Alive is an annual anthology of writing from high schools and colleges in Southern Africa. This is the 53rd anthology.
It features the work of, among others, Emmanuel Abiodun (Westerford High School), Michela Barrecchia, (Assumption Convent School), Emma-Rose Blacher (St Cyprian’s School), Seth Meyer (Wynberg Boys’ High School), Ntandokazi Ntame (Masibambane Secondary School), Chloe Knight (Kingswood College), Merel van den Brink (Parklands College).
Published by SACEE (2019)
English Alive 2018
Editors: Robin Malan and Twanji Kalula
English Alive is an annual anthology of writing from high schools and colleges in Southern Africa. This is the 52nd anthology.
It features the work of, among others, Amber Adams (Herschel Girls School), Matthew de la Rey (St John’s College), Thameena Dhansay (Rustenburg High School for Girls), Seth Meyer (Wynberg Boys’ High School), Thandile Mqikela (Masibambane Secondary School), Tshedza Mashamba (Hyde Park High School), Kayliyah Stevens (Malibu High School).
Published by SACEE (2018)
The South African Story With Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Author: Roger Friedman
Based on the 10-part documentary television series of the same name, The South African Story with Archbishop Desmond Tutu is a travelogue with a difference. Created by veteran journalists Roger Friedman and Benny Gool, and taking in all the country's nine provinces, it is a colourful tapestry which brings together the vibrancy and warmth of the diverse people of South Africa and the spectacular beauty of their land.
Co-writers and researchers: Lauren Beukes, Tina-Louise Smith, Sam Wilson, Helen Atty, Twanji Kalula, Priya Reddy and Glenda Nevill.
Published by Penguin Random House (2012)
Yes, I am!
Editors: Robin Malan and Ashraf Johaardien
The experiences of some forty writers come together, in stories, poems, letters, diary-entries, SMSes and emails …
Brushing shoulders with a swathe of new and emerging writers are two actor Knights (Sir Antony Sher and Sir NigelHawthorne), two winners of the Alan Paton Non-Fiction Award (Edwin Cameron and Jonny Steinberg), Damon Galgut, André Carl van der Merwe, Gerald Kraak and K Sello Duiker, legendary TAC activist Zackie Achmat, and Pieter-Dirk Uys, Twanji Kalula is one of the newer voices.
Published by Junkets Publisher (2010)