Afriquette – In Conversation with Lebohang ‘Nova’ Masango
Elle Magazine – Elle Reads: Mpumi’s Magic Beads by Lebohang Masango & Masego Morulane
Elle Magazine – Nova’s Word: Lebohang Masango’s Powerful Poetry
Eye Witness News – Lebohang Masango tackles hair politics in new children’s book.
Global Citizen – This South African Writer is on a Mission to Tell African Stories While Building a ‘Kinder’ Society
Kaya FM – Breakfast with David interview.
Mama Tribe SA – Children’s Books with Meaning
Parent24 – Why rhyming matters for young readers
Puku – Mpumi’s Magic Beads at Abantu Book Festival
Sowetan – Three authors change the rules of the game at SA Book Fair
The Star – Author Helps Black Girls To Love Their Hair.
The Daily Vox – Mpumi’s Magic Beads Helps Children Love Themselves
Times Live – Celebrate World Read Aloud Day with Nali’Bali on Februrary 1
W24 – The more positive imagery we have, the more children will feel free to be themselves” – Lebohang Masango
Wits Vuvuzela – Q & A with Lebohang Masango
Between 10 and 5 – Lebohang ‘Nova’ Masango: Seeking out safe spaces for a more inclusive generation.
Elle Magazine – My Shelf: Lebohang Masango
IOL – On Smart Women Being “Hot Babes”.
Mail & Guardian – The Soundtrack to Dezemba
Sowetan – Women Take a Stand.
The Citizen – Passionate poets collaborate.
The Con Mag – It’s My Street Too.
The Daily Beast – The Dose of Cool That Saved Johannesburg
True Africa – My body, my choice: three African women with tattoos on how body autonomy is still an issue.
Wits Vuvuzela – Cool Kid on Campus: Lebohang ‘Nova’ Masango.
Wits Vuvuzela – Q&A with Lebohang Masango
All Africa – Africa: These Young Africans Were Just Recognised for Making a Difference
CNBC Africa – Constitution Hill to #GoBlue as UNICEF Celebrates World Children’s Day
Agenda – Mahali, A. (2017) ‘”Without community, there is no liberation’: on #BlackGirlMagic and the rise of Black woman-centred collectives in South Africa”.
Journal of Music Research in Africa – d’Abdon, R. (2014) “Raising-consciousness art in post-apartheid South Africa: An exploration of selected ‘subversive’ texts by young South African spoken word artists and songwriters”.
Human Sciences Research Council– Bashonga, R. (2016) “Out loud: poetry, youth voices and social change”.