Book sale in aid of Wola Nani

2016-08-30 06:00

Gardens Centre will be hosting a charity book sale in support of Wola Nani until Sunday 4 September.

The pop-up fundraiser will see avid readers, film and music enthusiasts convene for a good cause, with book, DVD and CD proceeds going to support the organisation’s work with women, orphans and vulnerable children affected by Aids.

“Wola Nani” is an IsiXhosa term that loosely translates to “embrace”, and that is what the organisation strives to do. Established in 1994, the non-profit organisation is committed to assisting people living with HIV/Aids to be able to help and support themselves and to offer aid and relief to HIV stricken communities.

The book sale offers a diverse selection of reading matter – from popular paperback fiction to cult, classic and collectible rarities.

There is a curated selection in modern classics/literary fiction, South African writers, classics, contemporary crime writing, vintage/pulp crime, current thrillers, historical thrillers, conspiracy thrillers, sci-fi/adult fantasy, romance and children’s stories.

For non-fiction audiences, interests in war, history, biography, esoteric, mind, body and spirit, art, architecture and design, business/management, current affairs and travel will be well represented.

V The sale is on the upper level of the centre from 09:00 to 19:00 on Monday to Friday, 09:00 to 17:00 on Saturdays and 09:00 to 14:00 on Sundays.

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