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Antjie Krog

South African Poet, Academic and Writer


Born 23-10-1952 in South Africa

Antjie Krog is a South African poet, academic and writer. She is currently a Professor at the university of the Western Cape. She is the former Director of the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation. From 1995 to 2000 she worked for the SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation) as a radio journalist, reporting on the hearings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commision from 1996 to 1998.



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Poetry- 'Verweerskrif'

in Poetry

Poetry- 'Jerusalemgangers'

in Poetry

Educational history

Tertiary

University of South Africa

Teacher's Diploma

University of Pretoria

Completed 1976

Master of Arts

University of Stellenbosch

Honorary Doctorate

University Of The Free State

Honorary Doctorate

University of East London UK

Honorary Doctorate

University of the Free State

Completed 1973

Bachelor of Arts

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Awards

Protea Prize for best poetry volume in Afrikaans for 2006 | Protea Publishing House

Winner for A Change of Tongue | Bookseller's Choice Awards

Rand Afrikaans University prize for best Afrikaans poetry volume for the year | Rand Afrikaans University

FNB Award for best poetry volume for the year | FNB

Olive Schreiner 2000 award for prose | Olive Schreiner

Award from the Hiroshima Foundation for Peace and Culture | Hiroshima Foundation

Honorary Mention for the Noma Award for books from Africa

Booksellers Award for the book they liked to sell most | Booksellers Award

Allan Paton award for best South African non-fiction work | Allan Paton

Foreign Correspondent award for outstanding journalism

Pringle Award for excellence in journalism for reporting on the Truth Commission | Pringle Award

Hertzog prize for the best poetry volume over three years

Rapport prize for best literary work in a particular year | Rapport

Most promising young writer | Dutch/Flemish Reina Prinsen-Geerling prize

Eugene Marais prize for the most promising young writer | Eugene Marais prize

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