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Knysna Literary Festival announces 2012 dates and beneficiaries

Knysna, Western Cape – Established in 2010 by Ling Dobson, Franchisee and Principal Agent of Pam Golding Knysna; the third annual Knysna Literary Festival promises to offer more than ever before.  Created as a means for Dobson to give back to her beloved community, The Knysna Literary Festival aims to not only be a means to stimulate the children of Knysna and encourage them to embrace literacy, but to expose locals and visitors alike to the many South African authors taking part in this year's event.

“Knysna's tapestry of beauty, culture and history is rich and colourful, and much loved and sought after by both South African's as well as the international fraternity” states Dobson, “I feel that it is important to give back to the community and believe that the Knysna Literary Festival is the perfect way to do this, as well as the perfect platform to expose people to some of South Africa's literary talent. This year's beneficiaries include e'Pap Children's Feed Project as well as TSiBA Eden Campus Library”.

Dobson and the festival organisers are excited about the inclusion of Mandy Wiener and Margie Orford in this year's line-up and the festival promises to not only to expose the incredible heritage of history and culture that has meshed together to make Knysna so unique, but to also challenge people's senses and literary perceptions as well.

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The Knysna Literary Festival takes place between the 27th and 29th of April 2012 and further information can be found on the festivals website

e'Pap feeds in excess of 4, 000 children in the Garden Route area. e'Pap's unique formula, builds healthy bodies, by strengthening the immune system, thus also stimulating their minds to be receptive to knowledge.

TSiBA Eden is an NGO tertiary business school situated at the foot of the Outeniqua Mountains in Karatara, a small rural village near Knysna on the Garden Route. By combining skill acquisition with personal development TSiBA Eden has positioned itself at the forefront of quality tertiary education delivery in South Africa.

MANDY WIENER has been an Eyewitness News journalist for the past eight years, filing reports for Talk Radio 702, 567 Cape Talk, 94.7 Highveld Stereo and Kfm radio stations. She specializes in investigative reporting and legal matters, having extensively covered both the corruption trial of former national police commissioner Jackie Selebi and the Brett Kebble murder trial. Wiener is multi award winning, having recently scooped the National Press Club award in the Radio Category. She has won a number of National and Regional Vodacom Journalist of the Year awards, was chosen as the CNN African Radio Journalist of the Year in 2007 and has received several commendations in the Webber Wentzel Legal Journalist of the Year awards over the past few years.

MARGIE ORFORD, an award-winning journalist and internationally acclaimed writer, is the author of the Clare Hart series. Her novels have been translated into nine languages, with her latest Daddy's Girl being published in the UK, France, Germany and Holland. She was born in London and grew up in Namibia, the setting for Blood Rose, her highly acclaimed second novel in the series.

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All general enquiries can be directed to Ling Dobson through her assistant, Jessica Kane on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephonically on 044 382 5574

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