Katlego Rammusa gets nominated for 18th SA Literary awards

Katlego Rammusa gets nominated for 18th SA Literary awards
Katlego Rammus
Katlego Rammusa the author of Motswako The Beginnings, has been nominated for the 18th South African Literary Awards (SALA). The awards are also celebrating 17 years of advancing literary heritage and awarding 47 winning authors in total.
Katlego has been writing many books to promote literature in his community in Pretoria. For him to be nominated means he can expand his passion for writing to rural communities where students don’t have access to reading books and use this opportunity to promote bookclubs in previously disadvantaged areas where people have no access to bookclubs and reading opportunities.
Katlego describes his book as a integration of culture and lifestyle within the music industry, a concoction of African or regional hiphop music “Motswako”, he says this type of music is the conceptualization of many melodious fusions, a distinct sub-genre of hip hop which is seminal in Africa and the diaspora.

Katlego Rammusa is the Founder and CEO of ANT Thousand Sluggard pty Ltd. He holds a national diploma in information technology (Communications Networks) from the tshwane University of Technology. He is a Microsoft certified solutions  expert and Microsoft representative council which he obtained from Broadband college. He was an SRC president in 2005 at Bataung Secondary School. He is an IT professional and was awarded the institutional support award at the Tshwane University of Technology in 2011 and 2013.  Katlego also holds a certificate and diploma in theology and currently studying towards theology.

What people can expect next from Katlego is a book launch nationwide starting in Menlyn Pretoria where he will be educating readers about the history and culture of Motswako The Beginnings.
Katlego Rammusa will also be touring Botswana 30th and 31st October 2023 to promote the book and his literature campaign for encouraging people to read more and writers to start writing again.