Shalo Mbatha will also be part of the exciting programme.
The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Centre for Creative Arts has announced the programme for the 22nd Time of the Writer Festival (TOW), taking place from March 13 to 16 at various venues around Durban.
Celebrating Durban’s status as the UNESCO World City of Literature, the festival has partnered with the eThekwini Municipality and invited South African writers, who will engage in activities across the city.
The compact programme features 13 Southern Africans. The programme has been curated by guest curator, writer and activist Niq Mhlongo through the Andrew Mellon Foundation’s partnership with UKZN in its ‘Artist in Residency’ programme, who will also be part of the programme.
The full programme is available here.
The opening night of the 22nd Time of the Writer will take place at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre on Wednesday, March 13 at 7pm.
The event is free, and tickets will be on a first come-first-serve basis.
All other vents at KZNSA Gallery, Auditorium Hall (Sizakala Centre, Zazi Road, Clermont) and Grosvenor Library (3 Wesley Rd, Grosvenor) are free and all are welcome.