Ravan Press

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Founded in 197* by ****. An independent publishing house with a radical mission, Ravan Press sought to encourage and develop the writing, publication and discussion of South African writing in the 1970s, particularly writing by black writers and about the black experience . Among the major works published are such pioneering works as Theatre and Society in Africa by Mineke Schipper, **** and a number of playscripts, including The First South African (Fatima Dike), Randlords and Rotgut (Junction Avenue Theatre Company), Egoli: City of Gold (Matsemela Manaka, 1980), Confused Mhlaba (Kayalethu Mqayisa), ****,


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