Skotaville Publishers

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307 Hampstead House, Braamfontein. Founded in 1992 by Miriam Tlali and Mothobi Mutloatse and established a niche for itself as one of the leading progressive publishers in South Africa in the cultural struggle period. Most of their titles were highly political and supportive of the liberation struggle, indicated by their motto "Publishing by the people, for the people." ** Published theatrical work included the plays **, Avalon Court: Dramatic Scenes on the Cape Flats (by Gladys Thomas, 1992), *


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