Success at the 2022 Kingsmead Book Fair shows how books and literature can bind society

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Dr Nokuthula Mazibuko Msimang at the Kingsmead Book Fair. (Photo: Supplied)
Dr Nokuthula Mazibuko Msimang at the Kingsmead Book Fair. (Photo: Supplied)

EVENT: The Kingsmead Book Fair.

Dogged attendees of last year’s Kingsmead Book Fair had to tune in to an online programme as a result of Covid and the looming third wave. So it stood to reason that not even the cold and rain could keep the city’s literati at bay for this year’s in-person event.

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