Entries for the 2015 Skryf Net Competition are still open for children in South Africa. The objective of the competition is to seek out, encourage, recognise and generally worship creative writing excellence among primary school pupils in South Africa.
Entry is open to any South African primary and home school pupil up to 13 years old. There are two age categories: 6-9 year olds and the 10-13 year olds. Stories should be original and unpublished work of that writer. The story can be on any subject but not exceed 1,000 words.
Entries can be typed in double spacing on one side of A4 paper with all pages showing the title of the story and your name. Hand written entries should be clear and legible. You may enter one story per entrant written either in: Afrikaans English Sotho or Zulu language.
Entries, which close on 30 June 2015, should be posted to Skryf Net writing Competition, PO Box 82046 Southdale 2135. Entries may be also emailed to moc.liamg@noititepmocteNfyrkS. Entries should include the author’s contact details including parents’ or guardian telephone number.
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