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PEGboard 1(1) to Pegboard 16(2) 2009

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Professional Editors Group Newsletter Vol 1(1) –1994-11

Report back  1
A note to the reader  1
Editorial: Now we are one 1
Bookshop news  3
Electronic media  4
Electronic book?  5
Freelance  6
The Pasa dobie 7
Sub’s corner 7
Gender issues 8
Media independents 8
Training 9
Salary survey 10
New association 11
Mission from London 11
For your reference 12
The PEG directory 13
The British Council 13
My dream job 14
PEG international 15
Calendar 16

PEGboard 1 – 1995-03

PEG’s first AGM 1
Note to the Reader 1
Books in the Basement 2
Unification 3
Of Directories 3
Editor’s Choice 4
Something New 5
Society Talk 5
Networking 6
More links 7
Sub’s Corner 7
Brave New World 8
English – still crazy 9
Books for Africa 10
Training 11
Calendar 12
Second proof 12
Spread your Wings 12

PEGboard 10(4) 2003-11

The Beginning – 1993  2
PEGregious  3
Quo vadis PEG?  5
Year 1 – 1994  6
Year 2 – 1995  8
Why PEG?  9
Word Power  10
Year 3 – 1996  12
Who benefits from the directory  12
Years 4 & 5 – 1997–1998  13
Is freelancing really free?  13
Year 6 – 1999  14
How do you like your snacks?  14
Editing then and now  15
Years 7 & 8 – 2000 & 2001  16
Year 9 – 2002  17
The business of editing  18
Year 10 – 2003  19
What freelancers want  20

PEGboard 7(1) 2000-05

A big new world out there  1
Editor’s Notebook  3
Like and Such as by Mary Hazelton  3
Mome Raths and Mondegreens by Cynthia Kemp  4
The world we live and work in  5
Which reader are you?  7
Book Clubs in South Africa by Greg McCutcheon  8

PEGboard 11(4) 2004-11

The independent editor  1
Blame the gremlins  3
Q&A meeting  4
Techno Talk: Using Google  5
Welcome  6
Q&A  6
PEG profile  7
Book review  8

PEGboard 15(2) 2008-05

Surrender to science  1
The Editor’s Inkspot  2
PEGgers at Bookjol  3
Profile: Tiffany Marksman  4
Diary of an editor  5
Non-fiction is tops  5
Pioneers and paradigms  6
The proper use of numbers  7
Your PEG directory entry  8
Editing banned  8
New members  8

PEGboard 15(3) 2008-08

Sparing and deliberate  1
The Editor’s Inkspot  2
The Cape Town Book Fair  3
A guide to using corpora  4
Rates  5
Diary column: Editors are critical  6
TeX and ReferenceChecker  6
English for Work symposium  7
PEG Profile: Paula Marais, Logogog  8

PEGboard 15(4) 2008-11

Our quindecennial anniversary  1
The Editor’s Inkspot  2
Freedom of action  2
Jo-Anne Richards: Hero’s journey  3
Strategy planning session  5
Meeting report: The Write Stuff  6
Grammar scraps  6
Belloc’s essay ‘On Spelling’  7
Worstel while you work  7

PEGboard 16(1) 2009-02

AGM gives PEG the thumbs up  1
Meet the new PEG team  4
Cape Town meeting report-back: Future of print in the Internet Age?  6
e-PEGboard?  6
Gauteng meeting report-back: Stylish brunch and networking  7
This Yearbook’s no yawn  8
Mentoring  8

PEGboard 16(3) 2009-08

PEG to explore global market  1
Chair’s Chatter  2
Ed’s Inkspot  2
First Jozi Book Fair  3
From strength to strength  3
PEGgers shine at Cape Town Book Fair  4
PEG hosts CTBF panel discussions  4
Stop press: Minicon change  4
Glowing winter warmer  5
Basic layout tips for MS Word  6
New at PEG  6
Status of editors and state of editing in South Africa  7
Get started, not stumped  8

PEGboard 16(4) 2009-12

PEGboard goes electronic  2
Ed’s inkspot  2
Plain language conference  3
Chair’s chatter  4
Membership categories  4
Book review: Engleish, our Engleish  5
Classification and the pencil test  6
Secretary’s scribbles  7
From the Marketing committee  8

PEGboard 17(1) 2010-02

Chair’s chatter  3
Ed’s inkspot  3
Piloting the test  4
Emphasis on marketing  4
Don’t miss the 2010 PEG Directory!  4
PEG newbies  5
Mentoring via Skype  6
Plain Language Conference reports  7–20

PEGboard 17(2–3) 2010-Jun–Aug

Matthew Seal on the LBF and his PEG award  1
Sharon Rubin finds her way around the LBF  2
Jill Fresen renews PEG contacts at the LBF  2
Matthew Seal on his writing career  3
Chair’s chatter  4
Ed’s inkspot  5
Breaking into fiction – in Franschhoek  6
Ook in Franschhoek – Fiksieredigering in Afrikaans  7
Reflections on PEG Franschhoek conference  8
Gauteng’s socials  10
Veronica Mathebula self-publishes her first novel 11

PEGboard 18(1) 2011-01

Chair’s chatter  1
Ed’s inkspot  3
Recent publications  3
A warm welcome to new members  4
He said, she said  6
The making of a truly South African dictionary  7
How to design a DIY website  8
Setting the Seal on a momentous year  10
Announcement of Editing Fiction and Narrative Non-fiction Workshop  11
Lighting the LAMP  12
Marketing Committee coordinator steps down  13
Representation on Cape Town Book Fair Council 14

PEGboard 18(2) 2011-06

Notice of AGM  1
Chair’s chatter  1
Ed’s Inkspot  4
Derrick Hurlin – mender of words and Bibles  4
The bio-engineer who became an editor  5
Welcome, newbies!  6
A new website for PEG  8
Editing works of fiction  9
Teksredaksie: wat om te kontroleer  13
Launch presentation of the Oxford South African Concise Dictionary  15

PEGboard 18(3) 2011-12

Chair’s Chatter  1
Update on the Derrick Hurlin Mentoring Award  2
Book Reviews  4
Introduction to Selections from Working Words  8
Current Revision of Australian Standards for Editing Practice  15
Forthcoming Events to look forward to  15
Potent Analyses of Plain Language  16
The Future of Language: South African English in Zoo City  17
Some Plain Language Resources  19

PEGboard 19(1) 2012-06

Chair’s Chatter  1
Viva la PEG!  2
‘Master Editing: Adding Top Value’: A rare opportunity for editors in South Africa!  3
Further selections from Working words  4
Referencing techniques workshop  11
Forthcoming events  11
Factors to consider when starting your own business (Part 1)  12
Book reviews  15
Managing freelance editors  17

PEGboard 20(2) 2012-10

Chair’s chatter  1
Peg mentoring scheme  2
Mentoring: what it means  3
To serve and correct  6
Mentorship with Dr Derrick Hurlin  7
Elizabeth Manning Murphy Master class  8
PEG AGM  10
How to copy track changes comments text into another document  11
Book news  11
Book review  12
Further selection from Working words  13

PEGboard 20(3) 2012-12

Chair’s chatter  1
A final selection from Working words  2
A brief international experience  7
Attending the Gauteng November workshop on
Editing Works of Fiction  9
Editing is like…  10
Over to you… book reviews  12

PEGboard 20(1) 2013-07

Kathy Gibbs signing out 1
Chair’s chatter 1
Meet the Western Cape Branch Committee  3
Gone to PCs – personal reflections on the editing of postgrad dissertations 5
The University of Pretoria: Editing principles and practice certificate course  7
Mentorship news  8
The PEG Gauteng Winter Warmer  11

PEGboard 20(2) 2013-10

Chair’s chatter  1
Forthcoming book reviews in Pegboard  3
Impressions of the 2013 PEG fiction editing workshop  4
Tools of the trade: the text editor’s editorial armoury  6
Introduction to the Gauteng Branch Committee   7
‘Editing at the Crossroads’ at Exeter  10
Op soek na die perfekte hulpbron  12
PEG as SA Institute for International Affairs (SAIIA) careers evening  13
Editing across borders  14
PEG rates survey  20
PEG guides now available  21
Thesis editing workshop  22
Forthcoming events  22
Across borders, oceans, cultures … it’s all the same: editing’s not without its challenges (Part 1)  23
Across borders, oceans, cultures (Part 2)  27

PEGboard 20(3) 2013-12

Chair’s chatter  1
Forthcoming events for 2014  2
Fundraiser  3
Falling into a comma  4
Negotiating a fair rate  7
Meet your Executive Committee  8
Die ABC van redigering: A is vir adresse  10
Book review: Jabulani means rejoice: A dictionary of South African names  12
Computer skills for editors  13
Perspectives on mentorship  14
Year-end functions  16

PEGboard 21(1) 2014-04

Chair’s chatter  1
Footnote summit  5
Computer tips for editors  6
Surviving as a freelancer  7
’n Dief aan die kers book review  8
Gauteng networking brunch  9
B is vir byvoeglike naamwoorde en bywoorde  10
Getting down to the nitty-gritty  12
Fundraiser for mentoring scheme award  13
Falling even deeper into a comma  14
Who’s your colleague anyway? Elaine Dodge 17
Nuwe Afrikaanse boek nou beskikbaar – HAT  19

PEGboard 21(2) 2014-08

Chair’s chatter  1
Forthcoming branch events  2
A better book fair: Cape Town 2014  3
The business end: 2014 AGMs  6
Life membership recipients  7
Using verbs with vigour  7
English nitty-gritty workshop – Cape Town  9
English nitty-gritty workshop – Gauteng  10
Impressions of the fifth annual workshop
on ‘Editing Works of Fiction’  11
Die ABC van redigering: C  12
Mastering track changes  15
‘Damsels who’ or ‘damsels that’?  17
Who’s your colleague anyway? Paula Valentim De Carvalho 19
Book review: Effective writing: plain English at work  20

PEGboard 21(3) 2014-12

Chair’s chatter  1
In an English country garden:
PEG’s 21st anniversary conference  3
Celebrating 21 years of PEG  6
Here’s to you, PEG! Letter from our founder on the occasion of our 21st birthday celebration  8
Die ABC van redigering: C (deel 2)  10
English nitty-gritty workshops  12
#1 Redigering van Afrikaanse fiksie  12
#2 Getting to grip with Plain Language  13
#3 isiXhosa workshop  14
#4 Working with illustration briefs and illustrations  15
‘Fit for purpose’ – SfEP’s annual conference  16
Never apologise for being a purist  17
PEG member wins prestigious award  18
A day in the life  19
Using verbs with vigour (part 2)  20
PEG comes of age  22
Derrick Hurlin Mentoring Award raffle  28

PEGboard 22(1) 2015-05

Chair’s chatter  1
Simple style tips for editors  5
‘D’ is vir deelwoorde  7
Nitty-gritty practical workshops  9
‘Flying direct’ or ‘flying directly’? Knowing your adverbs from your adjectives  11
Correct English: reality or myth?  13
The decline of the comma does not threaten literacy or violate grammar  15
Die aap in jou koffie: Afrikaanse eponieme van A tot Z  16
Who’s your colleague anyway? Jill Fresen  17

PEGboard 22(2) 2015

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PEGboard 22(3) 2015-12

On pies  1
The singular (or plural?) matter of some problematic pronouns  3
F is vir Frans  5
Working with Microsoft Word’s Table of Contents tool  13
Styleboek: Riglyne vir paslik kry  15
A newby’s impression of the 2015 MET15 annual conference  17
Who’s your colleague anyway? Jill Fresen  1

PEGboard 23(1) 2016-04

On laws (and regulations)  1
Punctuation: The essential tools for good sentence construction  4
G is vir Grieks  11
Working with Word’s captions tool  15
Workshop on editing an index  17
PEG revellers meet for brunch  17
An American in Joburg discovers a new world of book selling  18
PEGgers sharing ideas over a cuppa coffee  19
Getting paid by foreign clients: What you need to know  21
Why the PEG Mentoring Scheme needs your support  22
Who’s your colleague anyway? Paul Schamberger  22

PEGboard 23(2) 2016-10

On auspice  1
Punctuation: The essential tools for good sentence construction  4
H is vir homonieme, homograwe en homofone (en poliseme)  7
Document protection in Microsoft Word  9
Ground-breaking Metheo ya ditokiso tsa sengolwa launched at an Editing Indaba, Bloemfontein, in February  11
Word from the Western Front  12
Tools you can use to build your own website  14
Who’s your colleague anyway? Beverley Pratt 15

PEGboard 23(3) 2016-

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PEGboard 24(1) 2017-

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PEGboard 24(2) 2017-

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PEGboard 24(3) 2017-

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PEGboard 25(1) 2018-03

On hats  1
Reactivating the active voice  3
J is vir jaartalle  7
Time-saving tips for working in MSWord Review  8
PEG in numbers  9
Is “mentee” a word?  10
Afrikaanse Woordelys en Spelreëls (11de uitgawe, 2017)  13
Important dates  15
Who’s your colleague anyway? Mary Hazelton  16

PEGboard 25(2) 2018-07

Chairperson’s report  1
Forthcoming events  4
Online resources  4
Western Cape and national AGMs  5
KZN AGM  6
Gauteng AGM  7
English grammar article: To hyphenate or not to hyphenate  9
How editors read  12
Who’s your colleague anyway? Vanessa-Lynn Neophytou  15
Afrikaans grammar article: K is vir koppeltekens  16
Conference review: ACES conference  18

PEGboard 25(3) 2018-10

From the chairperson: On lares and penates  1
Colons and semicolons: More honour’s in the breach that the observance?  4
Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2018  7
Forthcoming events  8
The editing of legislation in South Africa  9
The value of professional membership  11
Latyn in Afrikaans  12
Book review: The prodigal tongue: The love-hate relationship between British and American English
PEG Gauteng winter warmer: Marketing strategy  15
New books to add to your library  16
PEG KZN workshop on the basics of indexing  17
Who’s your colleague anyway? Professor Thulani Zengele  18
The 2018 Derrick Hurlin Mentoring Award  19

PEGboard 26(1) 2019-01

From the chairperson: On thoughts  1
Modal verbs  4
Forthcoming events  8
M: Multiwoordeiename  10
Self-publishing 101  13
PEG launches its own grammar and punctuation guide  17
#newbooksforyourlibrary  17
The Copyright Amendment Bill is bad news for authors  18
Who’s your colleague anyway? Richard Jordi  19

PEGboard 26(2) 2019-04

From the chairperson: On proportion 1
Phrasal verbs  4
Dates to diarise  6
Copyright wars  7
New books  8
The PEG webinars project  9
N en O: Neweskikkende en onderskikkende voegwoorde  11
PEG chat on acronyms  14
Menteeship  16
PEGboard schedule for 2019  17
Who’s your colleague anyway? Dr Nhlanhla Landa  18

PEGboard 26(3) 2019-07

From the chairperson: On 2018/2019 1
Dates to diarise  4
PEG branch office-bearers 2019/20  5
Structure words: Part 2 Relative pronouns and propositions  6
Mentees have their say  9
Nitty-gritty practical editing workshop ­ IPEd accreditation test  10
P: Parentese  11
The art of fiction editing  14
Time of the Writer Festival  16
PEG Gauteng explores underground bookselling phenomenon in Johannesburg  17
How to write a fiction book review  19
Who’s your colleague anyway? Patricia McCracken 1

PEGboard 27(1) 2020-05

From the vice-chairperson: On space 1
Gender-neutral language causes us to think differently  4
A potpourri of common grammar and punctuation problems (and their solutions): Part 1  5
The supervisor–editor–student troika  8
Q: Leenwoordwoordeskat  10
The art of interpretation  12
The words of our time  13
National webinar programme  14
Webinars offer promising CPD opportunities  15
Why should a thesis be edited and what value does an editor add?  16
The ethically responsible approach to academic editing  18
PEG’s draft editorial standard for the ethical editing of academic writing to be submitted for diploma or
degree purposes  19
Chat of the month  21
Who’s your colleague anyway? Berrington Ntombela 22
The Proust Questionnaire  23
Competition corner  23

PEGboard 27(2) 2020-07

From the chairperson: On 2019/2020  1
E-guides now available for PEGgers  5
Editor’s expressions  6
How to access language resources through PEG’s website  7
Code of conduct  8
Announcement: PEG Accreditation Test, August 2020  10
What does the SALPC Act say about accreditation  11
A potpourri of common grammar and punctuation problems (and their solutions): Part 12  14
R: Reekse en lyste  17
Knowing your ham from your hesp: The cultural–linguistic trip-ups and booby traps twixt Afrikaans and Flemish  20
Hey-ho, a webinaring we shall go  22
National webinar programme for 2020/21  24
Book review: New Hart’s rules  25
The cost of editing (it’s a fair job)  26
Who’s your colleague anyway? Khomotso Leshaba  27
The Proust Questionnaire  28
Competition corner  31

PEGboard 28(1) 2021-01

From the chairperson: On lists  1
Editor’s expressions  4
The Executive Committee responds to the Annual Report 2019/20 feedback  5
Evaluation of PEG’s inaugural Accreditation Test, 23–29 August 2020  6
Protection of Personal Information Act, 2013 (Act 4 of 2013)  11
LinkedIn: The why and how in 11 steps  12
Plain, plainer, plainest: Plain Language is here to stay  14
S: Samestellende samestellings  16
Afrikaans and Flemish: Close siblings, long-lost cousins or comrades-in-arms?  19
The PEG mentoring scheme offers a world of opportunity  21
‘Pretty darn frustrating’ or PDF: Best practices for text mark-up in Adobe Acrobat Reader DC  23
National webinar programme until August  27
African Indigenous Languages Forum webinar report  28
The real cost of editing  30
Chat of the month  31
Answers to the last Competition corner  32
Competition corner  36
Proust and Preferences  37
Win a copy of Brunch  37

PEGboard 28(2) 2021-05

Code of Conduct versus freedom of speech: In search of equilibrium  1
Editor’s expressions  7
In praise of PEG  7
South Africa’s legacy of isolation and politics: An enduring linguistic tragedy  8
Words commonly confused, misused and abused – Part 1  10
New PEG guide on fiction editing  13
Wenner van Afrikaanse kompetisie  13
PEG mentoring coordination has gone national  14
National webinar programme until November 2021 15
‘I write what I like’, Steve Biko (1978): The exciting challenge of using South African English  16
Paying peanuts  17
T: Tussenwerpsels  18
Who’s your colleague anyway? Khomotso Leshaba  20
Competition corner  21
What the Guild meant to me in 2020  22
Your preferences  22

PEGboard 28(3) 2021-08

Chirp from the chair  1
AGM results  2
National webinar programme for 2021  3
Book review: The meaning of the library: A cultural history  3
Words commonly confused, misused and abused – Part 2 of 3  4
Meet the PEG mentors  6
Having a frothy about fonts  8
PEG webinars  9
What the POPI Act means for us as editors  10
PEG’s inaugural group of Accredited Text Editors (English)  11
Ten (free!) productivity tools for editors: Part 1 of 2  13
Who’s your colleague anyway? Jane Mqamelo  16
My webinar experience with Dr Claire Bacon  17

PEGboard 28(4) 2021-11

Chirp from the chair  1
Three question marks  2
Words commonly confused, misused and abused: Part 3 of 3  3
Recognition of PEG as a professional body  6
Please, Mrs Worthington, don’t put your thoughts on a page!  8
Book review: The big ten of grammar: Identifying and fixing the ten most frequent grammatical errors  9
Ten (free!) productivity tools for editors: Part 2 of 2  10
The lighter side of life: a WhatsApp conversation  13
Clocking up and keeping track of CPD hours  14
2021 Accreditation Test: Mission accomplished (and fingers crossed)  16
Ontdek die geheime van die agentskapmark  17
Who’s your colleague anyway? Menitza Botha  18

PEGboard 29(1) 2022-04

Chirp from the chair  1
Evaluation of PEG’s second Accreditation Test, September 2021  2
Dates to diarise: April to July 2022  3
Getting concord right: A very singular matter (or should that be ‘plural’?)  4
PEG’s second group of Accredited Text Editors (English)  6
Book review: The Facebook Marketing Book  7
Google mini-survey  8
Are you playing Wordle yet?  9
The mentoring role of an academic editor: Teaching students 10
How to keep a running list of references  11
Good news from our satisfied members  12
Will copy-writing artificial intelligence usurp human editors?  14
PEG’s Accreditation Scheme and continuing professional development  16
Copy-editing academic texts: Guidelines for students and authors  17
Who’s your colleague anyway? Elaine Persona

PEGboard 29(2) 2022-08

Chair’s chirp  1
Blunt objectives and disreputive drivers – the wonderful and weird world of copy-editing  2
Coffee Conversations  3
Book launch of isiZulu Text editing  3
Dates to diarise  3
Headings and subheadings  4
Book review: The English Is Coming! How One Language Is Sweeping the World  5
Die vryskutingesteldheid: Van taalpraktisyn na entrepreneur  6
A potpourri of common errors committed by EFL and ESL academic writers (Part 1)  8
PEG office bearers 2022/2023  11
2022 Annual Awards  11
Email, be gone! Using a text expander to reduce inbox fatigue  12
Volunteering – making a difference  15
Gambling or gambolling? Surfing the waves of Sibaya  16
Who’s your colleague anyway? Nyameko Bottoman  18

PEGboard 29(3) 2022-12

Chair’s chirp  1
A potpourri of common errors committed by EFL and ESL academic writers (Part 2)  2
Dates to diarise  5
Wanneer ’n loskop moet vasstaan  6
First post-COVID-19 in-person meeting for Gauteng  8
Book review: Dictionary of loanwords in the Cape Muslim vernacular  9
PEG Chat on a Harvard referencing conundrum  10
First post-COVID-19 face-to-face meeting for KwaZulu-Natal  11
You’ve cut your teeth on editing Will you make a good writer?  12
Lifelong learning and the prepared environment: How my homework as a parent has served my practice as an editor  14
Editing rates: Facts and figures to consider  16
Basics of contracting for your own editing business  18
Who’s your colleague anyway? Cara Helene 20

PEGboard 30(1) 2023-04

Chirp from the chair  1
Dates to diarise  2
PEG reaches its 30-year milestone  3
PEG: The prelims  8
Finding your editing niche  10
What would we do without … Track Changes?  12
Lötz of determination leads to success  16
PEG’s 30th Anniversary International Conference  17
Conscious language or conscious editors? Our words matter  18
The grammar question in PEG’s 2020 Accreditation Test: Answers and rationale behind them  20
PEG Western Cape branch informal meeting, 3 December 2022  23
Thesis trials and traumas  24
Accreditation Test 2022 Feedback from candidates who completed the test and the post-test survey  26
PEG Gauteng meet-up, 3 December 2022: Ethical dilemmas  32
Working with multilingual authors  33
PEG: Looking back and looking forward to strengthen the Guild  34

PEGboard 30(2) 2023-08

Chirp from the chair   1
Dates to diarise  2
The grammar question in PEG’s 2021 Accreditation Test: Answers and rationale behind them  3
Love them, hate them: The roller coaster of the author–editor relationship  7
Gautengers set to stay as fresh as daisies at their March meeting   9
What would we do without … Find and Replace? 10
Werk soos ’n masjien, maar bly steeds mens  14
Farewell tribute  15
A resounding success: Feedback from the 30th Anniversary Conference  16
Diversity and inclusivity: What does it mean for PEG?  18
The editor: Autocrat or democrat?  19
Book review: The Chicago guide to fact-checking  21
Tips for making content more accessible  23
Spreading your wings  25

PEGboard 30(3) 2023-12

Chirp from the chair  1
A dictionary-wide change  2
The grammar question in PEG’s 2022 Accreditation Test: Answers and rationale behind them  3
PEG Gauteng August get-together: A smashing success  6
AI in editing and proofreading: Friend or foe?  7
List numbering: The basics in Microsoft Word  9
Conscious and inclusive language: Building our skills to remain relevant  11
Banana boys, bunny chows and book fair buzz  12
The new ISO Standard for Plain Language  14
Who’s your colleague anyway? Bernadette Kiewiet 16
Coffee Conversations  17

PEGboard 31(1) 2024-04

Chirp from the chair 1
What’s in the PEG calendar for you? 2
‘Keep off the grass’ 1: Errors in English usage to be assiduously avoided or eliminated 3
Gauteng PEGgers give ‘voice’ to the topic of ‘author’s voice’ 5
PEG Western Cape: First quarterly meeting of 2024, Pinelands Library Committee Room  6
Exploring the frontiers of AI: A review of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to AI by Arthur Goldstuck  7
The power and importance of the native language 8
Who’s your colleague anyway? Shanitha Ramharak 9
PEG FAQs – asked and answered  10
Van volksvreemd tot klikgereed: Waar trek ons met generatiewe KI?  11
Doing Diversity  12