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The South African Writers’ Circle AGM

The South African Writers’ Circle, a non-profit nationwide organization that exists solely for the benefit of writers, both published and beginner, invites you to attend its General Meeting on Saturday, 16 November 2019 in the meetings room, G4 below the Westville Library, at 12pm.

The Guest Speaker will be author, poet, playwright, director, performer and storyteller Dr. Gcina Mhlophe, who will give a talk entitled “My Story, My Power”.

Members and non-members will enjoy an alfresco lunch in the garden alongside the meetings room.

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A workshop will not be held on this day so as to give members a longer lunch break and an opportunity to interact with Gcina as well as with each other.

Admission fees are:  SAWC Members – R10 Non-members – R20

Guests and Members, please bring a plate of snacks to contribute towards lunch.

For more info visit sawriters.org.za/about/  or contact 076 154 4621.

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