Wola Nani pop-up charity book sale @ Gardens Centre 30 March – 12 April 2015

 Wola Nani pop-up charity book sale at Gardens Centre NGO Fundraiser from Monday 30/3 to Sunday 12/4

 The City Bowl’s favourite charity booksale, Wola Nani, returns to Gardens Centre from Monday 30 March. The NGO’s pop-up fundraiser will run for two weeks until Sunday, April 12.

Wola Nani’s legendary book sale is a curated event offering not just current best-seller fiction but also cult, classic and covetable tomes for bibliophiles, collectors and passionate readers.

This year, there are strong showings of Art books, Architecture and Design, Children’s, Armchair Travel, Esoteric, Business, Poetry & Plays, Historical Fiction, Vintage Detective, Contemporary Crime and Thriller, Sci-Fi, as well as Biography and Non-fiction including Feminism, Philosophy, History, SA Current Affairs and Popular Science.  Devotees of quality fiction will be well catered for with a wide range of Pulitzer, Booker and Nobel-prize winning authors.

Equally impressive is the NGO’s selection of hard-to-find CDs and DVDs for movie and music enthusiasts.

The Wola Nani pop-up charity book sale is staged on the upper level of Gardens Centre outside Truworths Man and opposite the parking pay machines. The sale runs daily from 09:00-19:00 (Monday – Friday), 09:00-17:00 (Saturdays) and 9:00 – 14:00 (Sundays).

Wola Nani (Xhosa for ‘embrace’) is a non-profit organisation established in 1994 devoted to helping people living with HIV and AIDS to help themselves as well as to bring relief to the communities challenged by the HIV crisis. Formed against a background of economic restrictions on welfare spending and a big increase in the number of HIV and AIDS cases, Wola Nani introduced programmes to help HIV + people in the local communities cope with the emotional and financial strains brought about by HIV and AIDS.

For further information, or to donate books, please contact mark@wellread-, 083 3422261 or


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