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Boekenhoutskloof sponsors the Franschhoek Literary Festival   The Sunday Times sponsors the Franschhoek Literary festival

Boekenhoutskloof

Porcupine Ridge from Boekenhoutskloof in Franschhoek is proud to be one of the main sponsors of the Franschhoek Literary Festival. Porcupine Ridge wines were launched in 1996 and have grown to be one of the most recognised wine brands in South Africa. Being located in the Franschhoek valley, Porcupine Ridge has always taken a keen interest in the development of the town, and so it made perfect sense to support the Franschhoek Literary Festival when the opportunity arose. Boekenhoutskloof is also helping to fund a study by Christy Bragg, a PhD student at the University of Cape Town. Her four-year project on the crested porcupines specifically investigates the effect that porcupine foraging has on different Cape ecosystems. For more information visit www.boekenhoutskloof.co.za or follow them on Twitter @PorcupineWines.
 

Sunday Times

The Sunday Times, South Africa's biggest weekend newspaper with 3.6-million readers, is part of Times Media Group Ltd. A South African icon, the Sunday Times has been setting the news agenda for more than a century. The paper is proud of its role in promoting literacy and reading in South Africa, particularly among children and young people. The Sunday Times is the founder of the prestigious annual Alan Paton Award for non-fiction and the newly named Sunday Times Barry Ronge Fiction Prize. The shortlists for both awards are announced at an event at the Franschhoek Literary Festival.