Book reviewer Lorraine Sithole crowned new Literature Quiz champ

Book reviewer and founder of Book Worms Book Club, Lorraine Sithole, is the reigning Literature Quiz champion.

Read: The perks of being in a book club (as told by avid SA readers)

Sithole went head-to-head with editor and contributor of 'Rioting and Writing', Hlengiwe Ndlovu, during the monthly literature quiz on the Literature Corner.

Also read: Wits Fallists disrupt dominant narrative with 'Rioting and Writing' book

The bibliophiles competed in a few rounds of intense questions on new book titles, authors, poems and literary adaptations.

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