Luli Callinicos is a social historian of South Africa. She was involved from the mid-1970s in writing history for adult Black workers with little formal education. She worked first for the Metal and Allied Workers Union and then for The World newspaper in Johannesburg, which was banned in 1977. She was a founding member of the History Workshop of University of the Witwatersrand and also the Workers’ Library in Johannesburg. She wrote the three-volume People’s History of South Africa, a biography of Oliver Tambo, and other books about South African people’s history.
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Department of Arts and Culture
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.