Founder of Club Readership, one of the fastest growing readership clubs in South Africa with a specific focus on African books, Chief Operations Officer at Faculty of Best Advisory. He holds a BSc Degree in Chemistry obtained from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. He is in pursuit of a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) from the same University, and is concurrently pursuing entrepreneurship studies at Wits Business School. He is the author of Life's Stains and Wonders and a poet.
Possess BSc Degree in chemistry and currently studying towards her second degree in chemical engineering at the University of Witwatersrand. She is the founder of a small business called " WrapMeeUp" that basically promotes the creativity of a mere African cloth /Fabric. She is also a Herbalife distributor. A Social entrepreneur who serves as a treasurer at "Going Empty Handed " organization.
Nhlanhla Zulu is a young vibrant, visionary and purpose-driven man with a strong passion for African literature. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry and an Honours Degree in Chemical Engineering from Wits University.
His enthusiasm for the culture of readership is mainly derived from the life-changing impacts that reading can play in one’s life. From the captivating mind-stimulating thoughts that arise in fiction story-telling books to the great lessons in personal development books, he believes there is so much to learn from all these categories of books that will shape and cultivate one’s mindset and lifestyle.
"Books give a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” Unknown
Michelle Moswane is a young woman who believes in inspiring others and in lending a hand into shaping young African children into better beings that will contribute to a better society. She believes that the culture of reading is one necessary tool when it comes to acquiring information. Her mission with Club Readership is to introduce as many black children into the culture of reading as possible. To share with them how reading has shaped my being, my thinking and how I navigate and understand the world. To expose the black child to stories written by Africans for Africans, stories that do not only portray Africa as a place of poverty, hunger, and war. As Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie puts it “Stories can break the dignity of a people. But they can also repair that broken dignity.” It is time African child, to start telling your own stories and restore your dignity and that of your people.