The CR Magazine is a feature of Club Readership which is aimed at creating a platform for all small businesses, artists and academics to be known, promoted and be celebrated.
Club Readership has inherited the responsibility to make reading fashionable and trendy again because in our opinion the best way to liberate a nation is via literature.
The most powerful weapon a country can ever have is the synched energy of its youth and the single most important treasure one can give to a black child is education. If we all channel our energy into making South Africa great, no economic status or any other external force can stand in our way.
We, therefore, call upon every institution in South Africa, owned by young people to join us in carving the ladder to a successful nation. If there was one way to break Africa down, it would be to decompose her very spine which holds her unique spirituality and culture. The establishment of this magazine was compelling, owing to the sudden interest in Eurocentric cultures and general Westernized behavior in our youth.
Because Club Readership is based in a student-dominated area we saw it fit that we also include conversations about student lives and the challenges they go through. This is the magazine that is going to say to you “black child it is possible”. We share narratives of students who have blundered and still managed to bounce back and flourished, we give insight on financial literacy which is an area of lack especially within the black community and of course we break down trending South African novels and expose you to the authors.
The screech for decolonized education is futile if we don’t have confidence in our own literature. With every publication of this magazine, we hope to introduce interesting reads that the reader could read to nourish their mental capacity. We hope to introduce the reader to a black-owned business that they could associate with and also we hope to generally liberate and motivate the black child to be it academically, socially and/or generally