South African Cultural Observatory

New books donated to SACO library

BY 28.09.17

THE South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) has catalogued and added a number of new books to the SACO physical library based at its headquarters in Port Elizabeth.

The following important publishers' book donations were included in the physical library collection:

  •  Es’kia Mphahlele's Africa my music 
  • Boris Gorelik's Incredible Tretchikoff
  • Koos Kombuis' Seks & Drugs & Boeremusiek:  die memoires van ‘n volksverraaier
  •  Pamela Nomvete's Dancing to the beat of the drum:  an autobiogrphy
  • Kgebetli Moele's Untitled, a novel
  •  Niq Mhlongo's Way back home

To date this year, we have received book donations totalling in excess of R120 000  from: 

  • Bargain Books;
  • The Flora & Fauna Publications Trust;
  • NB Publishers;  
  • Van Schaik,  Cape Peninsula of Technology Branch and
  • Van Schaik,  Rondebosch Library Division.

 The South African Cultural Observatory is awaiting another delivery of books donated by David Krut Publishers and Bookstores which should arrive within the next month.  

Follow this link to see what other books are available at our library: https://www.sacolibrary.co.za/Active Connect/default.html

 

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