Wesley Pepper’s Art Lexica: National Book Week

It’s National Book Week in this episode of Art Lexica, and Wesley Pepper chats to Khethiwe Bikirah Mndawe. She is a publisher, writer and former journalist. Above all, she describes herself as a forest queen and entrepreneur. Khetiwe says she saw the writing on the wall at the start of the covid-19 pandemic. As a result, she was able to weather the storm by having already embraced online platforms. In this episode of Art Lexica, they also look forward to Book Week, which is taking place virtually. And you can connect with Khetiwe on her website or on LinkedIn. For more podcasts in this series visit the feed. Similarly, you can follow us on Podlink!

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