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== ''[[Who's Who in Southern Africa]]'' website ==
== Who's Who in Southern Africa website ==
 
  
 
A website offering a biographical listing of prominent Southern Africans. It also publishes a newsletter.
 
A website offering a biographical listing of prominent Southern Africans. It also publishes a newsletter.
  
 
Website address: '''http://whoswho.co.za/'''
 
Website address: '''http://whoswho.co.za/'''
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==''[[WeekendSpecial]]''==
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An arts and lifestyle website that focuses on South African theatre, music, comedy, film, travel, tech and more. Subtitled "Because Arts Matter", it is written and edited by a team of professional writers who’ve been in both the offline and online business for a while.
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Contact: editorial@weekendspecial.co.za
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Website address: https://weekendspecial.co.za/about-us/
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== ''[[Woorde Wat Weeg]]'' (lit. "Words that weigh") ==
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A bilingual [[Afrikaans]] and English BlogSpot on the arts maintained by poet, academic and critic [[Joan Hambidge]], containing original writing as well as criticism and comments.
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Website address: '''http://joanhambidge.blogspot.co.za'''
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== ''[[WorldAtlas]]'' ==
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''[[WorldAtlas]]'' is a general international website which was founded in 1994. Over the years, the site has evolved to fill a niche on the web that aims to provide informative content surrounding the realm of geography that is both factually accurate and enjoyable to read. Through charts, tables, lists, graphs and articles, World Atlas covers topics that reach beyond geography to include sociology, demography, environment, economics, politics, and most recently, travel. This content is in addition to the database of original maps that can also be found on the site. World Atlas is used as a resource for educators, students, and those who are simply curious about the world around them.
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It is a good resource for background information on the South African context.
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Website address: '''http://www.worldatlas.com/about.htm'''
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==''[[WorldCat]]''==
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''[[WorldCat]]'' is an international network of library content and services, with '''WorldCat''' affiliated libraries dedicated to providing access to their resources on the Web to people starting their search for information.
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Website address: '''https://www.worldcat.org/'''
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==''[[Woza Africa! Educational Resource]]''==
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This is a Toolkit designed by African theatre specialist [[Yvette Hutchison]] (Theatre and Performance Studies, University of Warwick) to introduce teachers, theatre groups and students anywhere in the world to a wide range of African approaches to storytelling, historical and cultural frames of reference, and ways of being in the world. Specifically intended as an aid for Drama, Theatre, English, History, Geography, Cultural Studies courses, it is also of interest to anyone interested in any of the forms.
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Registration and a download of the Toolkit can be obtained via the following website: '''https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/scapvc/theatre/research/awpn/woza_africa'''
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:54, 20 April 2020

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The list: Internet Sources on Theatre, Film, Media and Performance: W

Who's Who in Southern Africa website

A website offering a biographical listing of prominent Southern Africans. It also publishes a newsletter.

Website address: http://whoswho.co.za/

WeekendSpecial

An arts and lifestyle website that focuses on South African theatre, music, comedy, film, travel, tech and more. Subtitled "Because Arts Matter", it is written and edited by a team of professional writers who’ve been in both the offline and online business for a while.

Contact: editorial@weekendspecial.co.za

Website address: https://weekendspecial.co.za/about-us/

Woorde Wat Weeg (lit. "Words that weigh")

A bilingual Afrikaans and English BlogSpot on the arts maintained by poet, academic and critic Joan Hambidge, containing original writing as well as criticism and comments.


Website address: http://joanhambidge.blogspot.co.za

WorldAtlas

WorldAtlas is a general international website which was founded in 1994. Over the years, the site has evolved to fill a niche on the web that aims to provide informative content surrounding the realm of geography that is both factually accurate and enjoyable to read. Through charts, tables, lists, graphs and articles, World Atlas covers topics that reach beyond geography to include sociology, demography, environment, economics, politics, and most recently, travel. This content is in addition to the database of original maps that can also be found on the site. World Atlas is used as a resource for educators, students, and those who are simply curious about the world around them.

It is a good resource for background information on the South African context.

Website address: http://www.worldatlas.com/about.htm

WorldCat

WorldCat is an international network of library content and services, with WorldCat affiliated libraries dedicated to providing access to their resources on the Web to people starting their search for information.

Website address: https://www.worldcat.org/


Woza Africa! Educational Resource

This is a Toolkit designed by African theatre specialist Yvette Hutchison (Theatre and Performance Studies, University of Warwick) to introduce teachers, theatre groups and students anywhere in the world to a wide range of African approaches to storytelling, historical and cultural frames of reference, and ways of being in the world. Specifically intended as an aid for Drama, Theatre, English, History, Geography, Cultural Studies courses, it is also of interest to anyone interested in any of the forms.

Registration and a download of the Toolkit can be obtained via the following website: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/scapvc/theatre/research/awpn/woza_africa

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