The 12th of October 2018 marked a momentous occasion in the history of Club Readership’s existence as an institution. One of the very first book published by Club Readership (CR) and authored by Mafule Morelearn Moswane, titled “A learner’s Guide to Academic Success” was procured by Gauteng Department of Education (GDE)-Young Writers Project. The GDE procured 89 of the “Learner’s Guide to Academic Success” title. The book was published in 2016 during the first year of CR operation, however, remains relevant now more than ever before as its message is about inspiring young people to access post-schooling opportunities. The book is a blueprint for academic success as it shares tried and tested methods, tactics and strategies which have been employed by many as well as the author who recently completed his Master of Science (2018) from University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
The book also shares advices about choosing careers, the significance of Grade 11 results and the importance of education among other things. In addition, the book captures narratives of exceptional young people who have excelled academically and have accessed post-schooling opportunities and funding opportunities as case studies and examples. The book alongside other Club Readership titles is sold at African Flavour Book Store at Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
The book, “A learner’s Guide to Academic Success” prior to being procured by GDE was also sold in bulk previously to the following institutions: Association for Black Securities and Investments- ABSIP WITS Chapter; Charlotte Mannya Maxeke Institute; as well as two primary schools in Alexandra Township; Skeen Primary school and Iphuteng Primary school respectively, and also Lenz Public School in Lenasia. Beyond the institutions which procured the book, it was, and still is well received by readers from different backgrounds who find it both inspirational and useful, in particular learners who are about to complete their high school careers seeking for ways to access post-schooling opportunities. Mafule was also featured in various national television programmes such as YoTv and Morning Live and a number of radio stations to have a conversation about his books. Click on the link and listen from 6 minutes one of his interviews with Naledi Molewa on Safm: http://iono.fm/e/384847?autoplay=1
If you wish to get a copy or copies of the book, “A learner’s Guide for Academic Success” in your individual capacity as a teacher, parent, community member, philanthropist, and/or for your Company Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) programs in partnership with a school, you are welcome to lease with Club Readership: email@example.com or with the author Mafule Moswane, 0791172018/ firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements for procurement for the number of books you wish to order. The books is valued R150 and the price is negotiable depending on the quantity of books being purchased.
CR as an institution has so far produced 29 Authors and published about 34 books. If you wish to publish a book with Club Readership check more details on the link: http://clubreadership.co.za/Publishing/ and/or email: email@example.com
Mafule Morelearn Moswane once has put it well and clear that, “the joy was, still is, and will forever remain in the journey of our becoming.”
Mafule Moswane is a Master of Science graduate (2018) in Geography and Environmental Sciences from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. He completed his BSc Honours in Geography and Environmental Sciences (2015) as well as BSc double major in Archaeology and Geography (2014) from the same institution. In addition, Mafule is a double barrel Author of two books: “A learner’s Guide To Academic Success” and “Katrina and Other Untold Stories.” Mafule is the executive Chairperson of Faculty of Best Advisory-FBA (www.facultyofbestadvisory.org.za), a non-profit organisation he co-founded in 2013 that facilitates access of learners from rural and township schools to institutions of higher learning and offers them mentorship support throughout their academic career as a retention and completion strategy. In addition, the organisation helps with application for funding opportunities. FBA operates in Gauteng, Limpopo, Eastern Cape, Northwest and Mpumalanga provinces of South Africa. Mafule helped the organisation grow significantly and exponentially from 5 volunteers who started the work in 2013 to having about 450 volunteers/beneficiaries across different institution. The organisation since its inceptions has impacted thousands of young people across South Africa through its strategic partners in the form of churches, non-profit organisation and many partner schools.
Mafule is also an ambassador of Club Readership (CR), a publishing and readership institution that encourages the culture of reading, writing and leading for Afrikans in Afrika and the diaspora (www.clubreadership.co.za ). This institution published his first two books. Mafule was also selected for the 2018 Mandela Washington Fellowship Civic Track because of his track record and influence in society and impact thereof. The Mandela Washington Fellowship is the flagship program of Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI). He spent six weeks in the United States, at Kansas State University and 3 days at Washington D.C being empowered about leadership training, academic course work and networking. Mafule is also one of the 2018 News24 100 Young Mandela’s of the Future.