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During LIASA Conferences, information is exchanged, innovative ideas are shared, stimulating debate of important and current topics take place, decisions are made, and members network and engage in various activities. It is an annual highlight and all members - but also non-members involved in the LIS profession - are encouraged to participate and attend. LIASA Annual General Meetings (AGMs), as well as Branch and Interest Group Annual General Meetings (AGMs) take place at a scheduled time during the Conference.

LIASA Conferences are held annually during September or October. The Conferences rotate between KwaZulu-Natal, Western/Eastern Cape and Gauteng.

LIASA Annual Conference Themes

2019 LIASA: the butterfly effect Durban 30 September - 04 October 2019
2018 Libraries and Information Services: Agents for Community Development and Social Transformation Western Cape 8 - 12 October 2018
2017 Re-envisioning the role of Library and Information Services Gauteng 2-7 October 2017
2016 Libraries in Action: Transformation and Development towards 2030 KwaZulu-Natal 10-14 October 2016
2015 No conference due to the IFLA WLIC 2015
2014    Celebrating libraries in 20 years of democracy: continuing the dialogue ... Gauteng 22-26 September 2014
2013 Libraries in Dialogue for Transformation and Innovation Western Cape 7-11 October 2013
2012 Libraries: Empowering communities, building a nation KwaZulu-Natal 1-5 October 2012
2011 Dynamic Leadership for LIS Eastern Cape 3-7 October 2011
2010 Libraries driving access to knowledge Gauteng 27 Sept - 1 Oct 2010
2009 Library and Information Services on the move Free State 28 Sept - 2 Oct 2009
2008 Looking ahead: the changing role of LIS
2007 No conference due to the IFLA WLIC 2007
2006 Libraries: partners in learning, nation building and development
2005 Taking libraries to the people
2004 Libraries and democracy: the vital link
2003 Tsoga o itirele: libraries as agents of change North-West 23-26 September 2003
2002 Revitalising and creating a vibrant library world in the 21st century Eastern Cape 1-4 October 2002
2001 African Renaissance through libraries Gauteng South 24-28 September 2001


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A Digital Heritage Session: Public Libraries in Africa in the Digital Age

Featured Members
Mandla M. NtombelaImmediate Past President Mandla Ntombela was appointed as Director SALB. Congratulations!
Sanele A. KuneneSanele Kunene was appointed as the Library Director at TUT. Congratulations!

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