Indigenous books don’t get popularity

Indigenous books don’t get popularity

The African portal literature join the conversation South African Book Fair
“Unfortunately books written in indigenous languages don’t always gain popularity when translated in English and I think mainstream media has a role to play in that, as it also pushes English literature.” -Masande Ntshanga

Mandla Ntombela – “the key to creating a platform of success with our libraries is to have libraries without walls and allow for vast,easy and free mobile access for all”

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