There are officially less than ten days left to submit an entry for the SASDB and CSA&G Writing Competition.
We invite all grade 8-12 learners to submit a written entry of any format (essay, poem, short story), in any of the 11 official languages of South Africa, on the theme ‘The Covid-19 Pandemic: Viruses, Villains, Victims and Victors’.
The final day to submit an entry is 1 April 2022 at 23:59.
All participants will receive a certificate (gold, silver, or bronze) recognizing their participation regardless of whether their entry is selected for publication.
We’ve teamed up with Global Citizen to give you the chance to win a limited hardcopy of “Social Justice Stories: No Longer Silent on GBV”. All you have to do is take action on the issues you’re most passionate about:
Over the weekend of the 24th to the 26th of September 2021, the SASDB held a combined provincial tournament for the Free Sate, Northern Cape, North West and Mpumalanga.
This has been a significant milestone for the SASDB as all 9 provinces are now set to attend the South African National Schools’ Debating Championship in December of 2021!
A massive congratulations to all the speakers and teams, and especially to their support systems and the judges!
Also, thank you to our development officer, Anna von Willingh, for being pivotal in this milestone, as well as to your operations and fundraising officers, Rimbilana Shingange and Bettina Buabeng-Baidoo, for their support and guidance.
After a memorable, exciting submission and editing process, we are proud to announce that in collaboration with the University of Pretoria’s Centre for Sexualities, AIDS and Gender, the second edition of Social Justice Stories is now out!
You can access the book at https://issuu.com/csagup/docs/social_justice_stories_no_longer_silent_on_gbv_ebo
A huge congratulations to all our writers, their support systems and editors!