We introduced the National Reading Coalition (NRC) Mascot, Lwazi, to book lovers at the SA Book Fair held at the Constitutional Hill between 6-8 September. Witty, friendly and a book lover himself, Lwazi is a 10-year old boy who is looking for friends to join him in the fun and magical world of reading. [...]
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National Reading Coalition collaborated with NAPTOSA, Kwa-Zulu Natal teachers’ union during the month of August in support of their Women’s Day events. Four events were held across the province, in Umlazi South, Pietermaritzburg, Stanger and Berea/Newlands area, with over 580 teachers attending. At each event, the work and message of the National Reading Coalition [...]
This #MandelaMonth, the National Reading Coalition (NRC) launched a book drive activation by donating to 10 schools, 'mini library on wheels' filled with 300 Home Languages and 50 English Books across three provinces equipped with 300 indigenous languages and 50 English books. The initiative is designed to leverage off the celebrations and grow the [...]
On International Women’s Day on the 9th of March 2019, the South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) congregated in the Eastern Cape, Limpopo, Free State and North West to celebrate and honour over 5 000 women educators. As part of the NECT’s partnership with SADTU, the National Reading Coalition (NRC) used the platforms to [...]
Now is the opportune time to gather the best efforts to improve reading, this was the clarion call from National Education Collaboration Trust (NECT) CEO Godwin Khosa during the official launch of the National Reading Coalition (NRC). On Friday, 15 February at the Kopanong Hotel and Conference Centre, the NECT together with the Department [...]
In the lead up to the National Reading Coalition (NRC) Launch, the NECT joined reading partner, Nal’ibali in the quest to read aloud and reach 1.5 million children on World Read Aloud Day (WRAD) commemorated on 1 February. WRAD is a concept developed by Lit World, which calls for global attention to the importance [...]