This year’s successful conference opened by Professor Catherine Kell, Director of the School of Education at UCT, provided inspiration, subjects for debate and a wealth of relevant research on Literacy Education, including digital literacy. See some photos below

Friday 12 July

Xolisa Guzula introduces UCT choir for Africa

Learners share the importance of their reading club


Powerful multilingual poetry reading with Antjie Krog, Ncedile Saule and Sindiwe Magona

Saturday 13 July

Keynote by Professor Leketi Makalela on ‘Ubuntu translanguaging: Towards a multilingual literacy education in a rapidly changing world’

Sunday – 14 July 2019

The keynote address was presented by Dr Brian Ramadiro on the ‘Futures of literacy in African languages’

Dr Ramadiro being introduced by Xolisa Guzula


Colloquium: ‘Digital tech-nologies, literacy and language: ‘cruel optimism’, simple pragmatism or unintended consequences?’

Chaired by Professor Catherine Kell with presenters Amani Khensani-Manganyi, Ed Campbell and Orrie Staschen


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