Nokuthula Mazibuko, writer and filmmaker, was born in 1973 in Soweto, South Africa. She is writer and director of the documentary films Lady Was a Mshoza (1999) and The Gift of Song (2000). Her films on South African writers have appeared in the series Mantswe a Bonono (2005). A writer for numerous educational television and radio programs, she spent two years with the BBC’s African Bureau as a director and producer of news and short features. Ms. Mazibuko has published two novellas for young people, In the Fast Lane (2003)and A Mozambican Summer (2006). She is currently World Literature Residency fellow at George Washington University, in Washington, DC.
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RSVPThe cultural performances on the evening of Wednesday 25 August at 8pm as well as the literary symposium on 25 and 26 August requires that both media and the public RSVP to Ms Roshnie Moonsammy on email firstname.lastname@example.org or calling her on +27(0)11726 6916. Or Zodwa Shongwe on +27(0) 11 720 7009 or +27826106274 and email:email@example.com. Ms Moonsammy runs the Urban Voices Festival and has recently worked with women inmates on Serious Fun at Sun City 2010.