The Inaugural Anarchist Book Fair Takes Place in Observatory Tomorrow from 10am to 6pm at Caf[c] Ganesh, Cnr Trill and Lower Main Roads. Learn about This Philosophy and History of Resistance

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The Inaugural Anarchist Book Fair Takes Place in Observatory Tomorrow from 10am to 6pm at Caf[c] Ganesh, Cnr Trill and Lower Main Roads. Learn about This Philosophy and History of Resistance


The inaugural Anarchist Book Fair takes place in Observatory tomorrow from 10am to 6pm at Caf[c] Ganesh, cnr Trill and Lower Main roads. Learn about this philosophy and history of resistance.

Entrance is free. Call Aragorn Eloef on 082 557 3912, email us@anarchistbookfair.co.za, visit www.anarchistbookfair.co.za or The Cape Town Anarchist Bookfair on Facebook.

Hout Bay library in Melkhout Crescent will hold a book sale tomorrow from 9am to 1pm and on Monday during library hours. Books on sale from R1 to R50. Call Richard Lowndes on 021 790 3679 or 072 299 7277.

It's story time tomorrow at 11am and it's all about the clumsiest witch in story world. Come and listen to some great Winnie stories and help them find Wilbur's tail. Oh dear!

l Join Professor Alan G Morris on Tuesday for the launch of Missing & Murdered: A Personal Adventure in Forensic Anthropology. Morris will be in conversation with crime writer Margie Orford.

l This year's Van Riebeeck Society volume is The South African Letters of Thomas Pringle, edited by Randolph Vigne. It will be launched on Wednesday. Vigne will be introduced by Howard Phillips, the president of the society.

The Book Lounge, 71 Roeland Street, Cape Town. RSVP to booklounge@gmail.com or call 021 462 2425. …

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