Abantu Book Festival – Imagining Ourselves Into Existence

Following the phenomenal success of its second year, Abantu Book Festival is excited to announce the line-up for its third edition, scheduled for 6-9 December 2018.

The festival was founded and is curated as a healing project for black people. Based in Soweto, Abantu Book Festival has indeed become a sanctuary for its participants and requests that this sanctity be respected.

Eyethu Lifestyle Centre hosts free day events from 10:00, while evening proceedings will begin at the Soweto Theatre from 18:00, for R20 per event.

Tickets will be on sale in November.

This year as in the past, the best poets, novelists, literary scholars, musicians, actors, activists and thinkers are integral to a program that includes Bibi Bakare Yusuf, Kagiso Lesego Molope, Helon Habila, Novuyo Rosa Tshuma, Nozizwe Jele, Fred Khumalo, Jolyn Phillips, Lebohang Masango, Tumelo Buthelezi, Lesego Semenya, Rosie Motene, Esinako Ndabeni, Haji Mohamed Dawjee, Tembeka Ngcukaitobi, Sue Nyathi, Kgotsi Chikane, Gail Smith and many others.

Full author profiles can be accessed at: www.abantubookfestival.co.za.

The schedule of events will be available in November.