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Angifi Dladla
is a poet, playwright, writing teacher and coach based on the East Rand. His poetry has been published in many anthologies and journals locally and abroad. In 2003 he was a playwright-in-residence in Geneva, where he wrote Kgodumodumo, a play about the protection of biodiversity and traditional knowledge. His poetry collection, The Girl Who Then Feared To Sleep, was published in 2001. In 1988 he founded the Community Life Network, a cultural organisation focusing on community building. In 1987 he co-founded Bachaki Theatre in Johannesburg. Their debut play Top Down - The Law of Nature, was the first in the history of South Africa to look into the belly of Bantu Education in the classroom, staff room and the headmaster's office. In 2006 he will publish his Zulu poetry book, Uhambo.
 

  • new A Short Man (30/08/2006)
  • new Confession (30/08/2006)
  • tomorrow (25/04/2006)
  • A Great Dance (25/04/2006)
  • vacancy (25/04/2006)
  • exposure (25/04/2006)
  • missing (25/04/2006)
  • Read an interview with Angifi Dladla conducted by Michelle McGrane (21/01/2006)

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