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The Afrikan Sunset Golf Dress
R780.00

In his honour, ITU Golf Wear has designed an Afrikan inspired dress for the Maru Sunset Golf Day, a befitting send off for our dear founder & patron of Literacy4life Foundation.

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The Afrikan Sunset Golf Shirt
R450.00

In his honour, ITU Golf Wear has designed an Afrikan inspired shirt for his Sunset Golf Day, a befitting send off for our dear founder & patron of Literacy4life Foundation.

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Our Books

A THI NA THAIDZO

R389.00

In this courageous and beautiful book Miss South Africa, Shudufhadzo Musida tells a story of her beginnings; of a singing and dancing and chatty girl in a small village named Ha-Vhangani, surrounded by love and most especially by her mum and Gogo Gugu. But things go wrong for Shudu when she moves to a new town and she is bullied by her classmates.

Shudu Finds Her Magic
R389.00

In this courageous and beautiful book Miss South Africa, Shudufhadzo Musida tells a story of her beginnings; of a singing and dancing and chatty girl in a small village named Ha-Vhangani, surrounded by love and most especially by her mum and Gogo Gugu. But things go wrong for Shudu when she moves to a new town and she is bullied by her classmates.

I AM NDILEKA
R389.00

Celebrated and honoured across the globe for its bearer’s selfless role in the liberation of South Africa, the name Mandela has become an iconic brand. Nelson Mandela’s life was dedicated to politics and achieving freedom for the oppressed in the country, which left him little time with his children and loved ones. It was not easy growing up a Mandela.Ndileka Mandela is a social activist, former ICU nurse and the head of a rural upliftment organisation known as the Thembekile Mandela Foundation.

A SURPRISE VISIT
R189.00

A delightful story for small children about a remarkable South African athlete who has conquered the world of athletics, and has followed her dreams.

Khanya's First Day At The Park
R137.00

Khanya is an enthusiastic little girl ready to awaken her senses through play at the park. Her discoveries there spark great excitement and Khanya cannot wait to slide down the
yellow slide again.

Moletlo Wa Manong
R185.00

The story is set in a newsroom in the city of Kimberley. The protagonist, legendary journalist Otsile Mothibi, is investigating corruption in the post-apartheid administration. Top politicians are taking bribes for a lucrative vehicle rental tender and he is going to expose them. In the course of the investigation one of his colleagues sells him out to the same politicians he is investigating. The story gets messy when politicians offer his unemployed but educated wife a position in a government department on condition that he drops the investigation. 

I Choose To Live
R215.00

In July 2016, racing champion Gugulethu and his wife Letshego Zulu set off to conquer Mount Kilimanjaro along with the 42-strong team of the Trek4Mandela initiative. Tragedy strikes and Letshego returns to South Africa days later with her husband’s body in a coffin. Told in mesmerising detail, this is the remarkable story of a wife’s courage and stamina to make sense of her loss and to find an authentic life after Gugu’s untimely death. Through her get-up-and-go attitude and insightful life lessons, Letshego’s journey shows that, despite adversities, it is possible to Choose to Live.