Creativewriting

Short Story Competition - Meet our expert judges

Jerry Molefa

Jerry Mojalefa ke setsebi sa bongwadi seo se gatišitšego dipuku tša go feta tše 25 ka Sesotho sa Leboa le Seisimane go akaretšwa le dipadi, dikgoboketšo tša dikanegelokopana, ditiragatšo le mediro ye mengwe ya bokgabo go etša kanegelotšhaba, theto, taodišo le mediro ye mengwe gape ya dingwalo tša popapolelo. O na le lengwalo la dikrii ya Bongaka le Yunibesithi ya Pretoria, gomme ka paka ye ke emeritus profesa ya dingwalo le polelo ka Kgorong ya Maleme a Babaso mo Yunibesithing ya Pretoria, fao a rutago polelo ya Sesotho sa Leboa. E bile moahlodi mo phadišanong ya kabo ya difoka tša dingwalo tša M-NET magareng ga 2009 le 2013.


Jerry Mojalefa is a creative writing specialist who has published more than 25 books in Northern Sotho and English, including novels, collections of short stories, plays and works, folklore, poetry, essays, and works of language and linguistics. He holds a DLitt degree with the University of Pretoria and is currently an emeritus professor of literature and linguistics in the Department of African Languages of the University of Pretoria, where he specialises in Northern Sotho. He was a panellist judge in the M–NET Literary Awards between 2009 and 2013.


Taetso Chiloane

Taetso Chiloane o sa tšwetša pele dithuto tša Language Practice. O šomile go khampani ya bolao gole mofetoledi wa seisimani le Sesotho sa Lebowa

Taetso Chiloane is a language practitioner in training. She has previously worked as an English into Northern Sotho translator and interpreter at a private law company.

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