Promoting a culture of reading

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(From left to right) Mthokozisi Dlamini (student), campus bookshop manager Ntuthuko Khumalo, Gladman Buthelezi (JUTA consultant), Sphelele Dlamini (student) and Nontobeko Buthelezi (student) during a competition draw where three UNIZULU B.Ed. Level 3 students won tablets sponsored by JUTA publishers. Juta’s  Gladman Buthelezi said the competition was part of a drive meant to promote a culture of buying and reading  books amongst students at tertiary institutions. Speaking after presenting the prizes to the students, Buthelezi said a recent study had shown that the increase in failure rate at South African universities was largely because students were not reading books.

Three UNIZULU B.Ed. Level 3 students won tablets in a draw sponsored by JUTA publishers. An official from the publishing company, Gladman Buthelezi, said the competition was part of a drive meant to promote a culture of reading buying books among students at tertiary institutions. Speaking after presenting the prizes to the UNIZULU students, Buthelezi said a recent study had shown that the increase in failure rate at South African universities was largely because students were not reading books. Pictured  (From left to right) Mthokozisi Dlamini (student), campus bookshop manager Ntuthuko Khumalo, Gladman Buthelezi (JUTA consultant), Sphelele Dlamini (student) and Nontobeko Buthelezi (student) during a competition draw where three UNIZULU B.Ed. Level 3 students won tablets sponsored by JUTA publishers. Juta’s  Gladman Buthelezi said the competition was part of a drive meant to promote a culture of buying and reading  books amongst students at tertiary institutions. Speaking after presenting the prizes to the students, Buthelezi said a recent study had shown that the increase in failure rate at South African universities was largely because students were not reading books.