The Publishers' Association of South Africa (PASA) is the official body representing the South African publishing industry. You will find a lot of information on publishing and literature in South Africa (incl. conferences et al.). Among others, you will find a directory of more than 180 members (publishers), which can also be browsed by subject (e.g. which publishers for African languages?); moreover you can find the online bibliographies "Writings in Nine Tongues" (from 2007 onwards) which list literature published in South Africa in 9 South African languages. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The Goethe-Institut is the cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany with a global reach. It promotes knowledge of the German language abroad and foster international cultural cooperation. One important goal of the Goethe-Institut is to promote international cultural cooperation by organising a broad variety of events to present German culture. The Goethe Institute in Johannesburg regulates the work in the Subsaharan countries including 9 institutes and 5 Goethe reading/cultural centers. In addition we work together with German embassies in countries where Goethe is not represented. ... [according to site editor's information]
Biblionef organises book donations for schools and the like. The focus is on South African language books. Biblionef also commissions publishers to publish books, mainly translations from already existing English or Afrikaans books. The website offers publication lists of these books as well as a newsletter (somewhat hidden under "Books" and then the link "Book Shelf" on the very right hand side of the site)....
PRAESA's focus is basically on education and literacy in African languages. The site offers a lot of information on projects or other organisations involved in such matters, as well as full text documents (reports, occasional papers, newsletter). [editors ilissAfrica]
PAMLO, the Pan-African Mentoring and Learning Organization, is a nonprofit organization that specializes in advising educational institutions and communities on how to improve academic performance, how to access educational materials, how to motivate learners and teachers, how to encourage entrepreneurship among school-leavers and graduates, and on how to build local and global partnerships. For the moment, PAMLO's main working fields are Kenya and South Africa.
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AHERO is an open access archive of full text documents that focus on the study, practice and governance of higher education in Africa. You have multiple search and browse facilities. As the project was carried out by institutions in South Africa and Uganda, there are clearly more articles for these two countries. [editors ilissAfrica]
The Mission of the Market Theatre Foundation is to create an authentic South African cultural experience which is committed to providing the highest level of artistic excellence in all aspects of the performing and visual arts in which the education and development of a diverse community of artists, audiences and technicians is assured. ... [according to site editor's information]
The Naledi Theatre Awards have been in existence for 11 years and are recognised as the Premier Awards event on the Gauteng Theatre Calendar. Its mission is to recognize and reward excellence in the Performing Arts, to raise the profile of Live Theatre and to create awareness of the abundant talent alive and well on our SA stages [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica]....
Homepage of the University of the Free State - South Africa. You can find the following departments: African Languages (esp. Sesotho / Southern Sotho); Afroasiatic Studies, Sign Language, and Language Practice; Anthropology; Centre for Africa Studies. You can find the following research projects: The cultural turn in South African translations (translations into English, Sotho, Xhosa and Zulu); Movable cultural objects, international law and the estrangement of national property: colonialism, the development of universal collections and the conceptualization of the raison d'être of a national heritage vis-à-vis international cultural interchange; Metaphor and religious conceptions of land. ... [editors ilissAfrica]