Toy Library Association South Africa

Annual Report 2020-2021

Chairperson’s report The years 2020 and 2021 will forever be noted in the history books of the world as the entire world was impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. The pandemic reared its head in Wuhan, China in December 2019, swept through Europe and by March...

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Steering Committee 2021-2023

Introducing our new Committee! During our AGM on 13 July 2021, the new TLASA Steering Committee 2021-2023 was elected by our members. At the first Committee meeting this week, Office bearers were nominated and approved in their respective roles. We share the new team with...

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TLASA World Play Day Report

After being forced to play at home due to Covid last year, toy libraries, schools, and other organisations came out in full force to celebrate World Play Day this year. We proudly share some highlights from the day with you.

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TLASA Newsletter June 2021

Every quarter, TLASA publishes a newsletter to share our stories with followers and supporters. Our second newsletter for 2021 is now live. Simply click on the image below to read.

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TLASA AGM 2021

*Invitation to attend TLASA’s Annual General Meeting 2021* According to our Constitution we are inviting you to attend the virtual annual general meeting that will be hosted via Google Meet on 13 July 2021 from 14:00 to 15:30. The Agenda is attached for your information....

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Online webinar: Registering a toy library with DSD

Due to Covid, we have decided to move our Quarterly seminars online this year. The first one is in two weeks’ time! From our new membership registration process, we see that members are having difficulties registering their toy libraries with the required institutions. In our...

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TLASA welcomes new Members Manager

We are excited to introduce our new Committee member to you. Melody Nyathi is now responsible for the Membership portfolio. You can expect contact from her in the following weeks. She will be engaging with members to learn more about the toy libraries we represent....

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Are you our next Feature Toy Library?

Living in a small town, I often feel it is harder to show people the great work being done here. Our audience is just generally smaller than big organisations with large online followings. But we want you to know that we see you and that...

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