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Le kaléidoscope propose une veille de sites croisant art, vidéo, féminisme, cinéma, genre.... Une veille qui collecte et partage.
Cette interface agit tel "un instrument tubulaire contenant un jeu de miroirs et des fragments de verre mobiles, diversement découpés et colorés, produisant des figures qui varient à chaque secousse reçue par l’appareil." (définition du kaléidoscope par notre chère Académie française) auquel on aurait judicieusement ajouté du gender.

Pendant que l'histoire se dit, les gestes continuent. Florence Lazar au Jeu de Paume.
125 hectares, 2019, vidéo. Sister Productions,avec le soutien du Jeu de Paume, de la FNAGP et du (...)
125 hectares, 2019, vidéo. Sister Productions,avec le soutien du Jeu de Paume, de la FNAGP et du Cnap Les Paysans, 2000 Peut-être ça ne vous apparaitra pas d'emblée, mais le rez de chaussée du Jeu de Paume où Florence Lazar [s']expose a été l'objet d'une transformation radicale, toute simple, mais pas évidente. Il a été vidé. Vidé de ses cimaises habituelles formant un labyrinthe de salles. L'espace de la première salle a été dénudé, pour la première fois depuis que le Jeu de Paume est devenu le centre des arts de l'image qu'il est. Il forme un vaste contenant - plus loin, seuls deux films sont séparés du reste,(on y reviendra): sinon, tout communique.. Florence Lazar, nous l'a raconté (au séminaire Something You Should Know du 3 avril): elle avait été vivement impressionnée par l'exposition (...)
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2019 April. 12 : Free State Pride 2019
by Thobeka Bhengu On the 23rd of March 2019, Inkanyiso team attended the Free State Pride celebration under the (...)
by Thobeka Bhengu On the 23rd of March 2019, Inkanyiso team attended the Free State Pride celebration under the theme “Our Pride, Our Lives” where hundreds of LGBTI+ youth gathered at Hoffman Square to march to the Visitor’ Information Centre, where the festivities continued into the afternoon. The small crowd was welcomed to the pride celebration before Free State Executive Mayor, Olly Mlamleli delivered a message of support. The programme for the day had a jam-packed lineup that included amazing performances from Diamond Queens, Miss Tilly, Dirty Shakers, Miss Melody and many more. The lineup for the DJs had DJ Twin, DJ Khekhe, DJ Mesh and many more. In between performance Miss Free State Pride participants strutted their stuff in their casual wear, creative wear and evening wear. The (...)
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2019 April. 12 : Free State Arts Symposium The Essential Ingredient
Review by Thobeka Bhengu  On the 21st of March 2019, Inkanyiso Media team in support of Sir Zanele Muholi attended the (...)
Review by Thobeka Bhengu  On the 21st of March 2019, Inkanyiso Media team in support of Sir Zanele Muholi attended the 3rd annual Free State Arts Symposium (FSAS) 2019, the queer edition, which looked at the essential ingredient. The symposium brought under one roof various artists, activists, photographers, theatre practitioners and researches who shared their work, ideas and the essential ingredient in their work. Nosana Sondiyazi, the co-founder of the Free States Arts Symposium and the recently elected Free State Provincial LGBTI sector Chairperson welcomed the guests and was also the master of ceremony for the day-long symposium. She spoke briefly about how she realized that Free-State based art practitioners began to make information transparent around opportunities and share platforms (...)
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2019 April. 11 : Makaziwe she exists
by Lindiwe Dhlamini  A blissful evening filled with pride, joy, warm energies and what I could call; an educational (...)
by Lindiwe Dhlamini  A blissful evening filled with pride, joy, warm energies and what I could call; an educational spiritual awakening. The opening of Makaziwe exhibition on the 30th of March 2019 saw the community of Tembisa and outside guests gracing the #Yes4Youth Community Art Centre. It was a night to witness the beauty and talent displayed on the walls. The Centre was established to support local artists and it did not take much for the organizers of the event Dineo Mnyaba, Shirley Mtombeni and Collen Makgongwa to bring an experience that supersedes the perceptions of galleries, their location and assumed audience. This group exhibition was born from a true-life story inspired by a young woman named Makaziwe who has survived most of the harsh realities of life. Makaziwe (let (...)
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2019 April. 11 : An open lecture with Yithi Laba exhibitors
by Lindiwe Dhlamini Photos by Lerato Dumse It is exactly a month since the opening of the Yithi Laba exhibition (...)
by Lindiwe Dhlamini Photos by Lerato Dumse It is exactly a month since the opening of the Yithi Laba exhibition at the Market Photo Workshop (MPW) from 28 Feb – 22 April. The showing artists; Neo Ntsoma, Lindeka Qampi, Honorary Professor and French Laurette honored Sir. Zanele Muholi and Ruth Motau hosted presentations to the students, fellow photographers and the public about their journey in photography in relation to 25 years of democracy. Bernie Searle could not make it due to other commitments; her work remains an inspiration to many. The presentations took place at the MPW Auditorium, which was overflowing with other people sitting on the stairs. Although, there were technical glitches at the beginning, which led the event to start 30 minutes later, Velile Maureen Majola (...)
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2019 April. 10 : Alex Total Shutdown
Text by Maureen Velile Majola Photo Album by Akhona Hailele The residence of Alexandra Township As per Wikipedia (...)
Text by Maureen Velile Majola Photo Album by Akhona Hailele The residence of Alexandra Township As per Wikipedia Alexandra Township was established in 1912 on land that was originally owned by a farmer, a Mr H.B. Pepenfus, who tried to establish a white residential township there, naming it after his wife Alexandra. However because it was (at that time) a considerable distance from the centre of Johannesburg, this was not a great success. Consequently, in 1912 Alexandra was proclaimed as a so-called “native township” because the township was proclaimed before the South African 1913 Land Act, it was one of the few urban areas in the country where black people could own land under a freehold title. Alexandra is now 107 years old and the living conditions of its people keeps (...)
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2019 April. 10 : The pain of losing Miss Tee Menu
Tributes continue to pour in for Miss Tee Menu, a gentle soul who was known and loved by many. The community of (...)
Tributes continue to pour in for Miss Tee Menu, a gentle soul who was known and loved by many. The community of Daveyton, a Township located on the east of Johannesburg  and the LGBTI community in different parts of South Africa were shocked to learn of the passing of this 24-year-old on Sunday morning. Miss Tee Menu, Parktown 2014 and Miss Tee Menu, Daveyton, Johannesburg, 2017 © Zanele Muholi Menu, a Brave Beauties participant was a hairstylist and designer, she worked with her mother to design dresses that she usually wore at beauty pageants. Menu entered her first pageant Miss Gay Daveyton 2013 and is the former Miss Gay Jozi 2014 Queen. Brave Beauties participants and photographer (from back left: Lesiba Mothibe, Miss Tee Menu, Ntsantsa, Kim Monoto, Roxy Msizi, Yaya Mavundla and (...)
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2019 April 5 “I am Winnie Mandela” concert
Text by Velile Maureen Majola Photos by Akhona Hailele It’s the 4th of April 2019; I woke up feeling excited about (...)
Text by Velile Maureen Majola Photos by Akhona Hailele It’s the 4th of April 2019; I woke up feeling excited about attending the concert. We left the house and made our way to Constitution Hill where the concert was held at the Women’s Jail. This is the same place where women in the struggle where jailed, ill-treated, threatened and tortured; yet here we are two decades post democracy, celebrating our Mother Winnie Mandela with a beautiful concert that consists mostly of women. This concert is happening on a Thursday evening, now Thursday is a day in which a lot of women gather for prayer (umthandazo womama) and many others attend ladies nights. The concert started with a series of images of our late mama Nomzamo Winnie Madikizela Mandela, which were shown on the screens. The images (...)
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2019 April. 2 : Endless Summer Experience
by Nkosi Buthelezi On the 31st of March 2019, we attended one of the Top 50 events in Durban, headlined by Kwesta (...)
by Nkosi Buthelezi On the 31st of March 2019, we attended one of the Top 50 events in Durban, headlined by Kwesta featuring various local artists, including DJ Tira, and Dladla Mshunqisi. The Endless Summer Experience was supposed to start at 12h00 pm, unfortunately we were disappointing as audiences sat for four hours with no performances and the event hadn’t officially started. However, people kept coming in and the venue was getting packed as some of the young DJ’s performed their sets to warm up the stage for Kwesta. VIP audiences were initially entertained with food and drinks. As more people walked in, the atmosphere was slowly warming up and the MC was finally introduced. The first performance was at 18h22 it was a duet of rappers, followed by a group of young men singing a (...)
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2019 April. 1 : Ukuba : The Journey of Becoming
by Wendy Khumalo Ukuba: The journey of becoming, is a collaboration between Thembi Mthembu and Thalente Khomo who (...)
by Wendy Khumalo Ukuba: The journey of becoming, is a collaboration between Thembi Mthembu and Thalente Khomo who are both members of the Amasosha Art Movement. The Bodies of work are about self-discovery of agitation of feelings which invoke conversations about being The Photographers  Thembi Mthembu holds a Bachelor of Technology Photography Degree from the Durban University of Technology (DUT). Thembi’s work speaks about “being still in the midst of turmoil.” She also prefers not to interpret her work but the viewer to interpret it themselves. Thalente Khomo holds a Diploma in Photography from Durban University of Technology. She is studying further toward acquiring her Bachelor of Technology in Photography Degree also from DUT. Her work speaks about reflections of the past and (...)
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2019 April 1 : I.F.P – Inkatha Freedom Party Manifesto Launch
by Wendy Khumalo Sunday 10th March 2019 was a beautiful sunny morning. We woke up early to go shoot at the Durban (...)
by Wendy Khumalo Sunday 10th March 2019 was a beautiful sunny morning. We woke up early to go shoot at the Durban Beach Front. We shot church people performing a baptism in the ocean; it was my first time witnessing this. I snapped away, I had to capture this moment Id heard about and hadn’t seen before. As we carried on walking on the beach we saw some people wearing Inkatha Freedom Party (I.F.P) regalia and Mam Lizzy Muholi went over to them and asked what was happening, there were a lot of them at the beach. They then informed Mam Lizzy that there was an IFP Manifesto Launch taking place at Chatsworth Stadium, starting at 10h00. As we walked towards where we had parked the cars, we saw Prof Muholi and Dr Bajabulile Dhlamini. Mam Lizzy informed them about the IFP Manifesto Launch, (...)
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2019 March. 30 : Day 3 of Documenting teachers in KZN
A review by Thobeka Bhengu Plan for the day 9:00-5pm Shooting at Gugulethu Primary School in KwaMashu and Thamela (...)
A review by Thobeka Bhengu Plan for the day 9:00-5pm Shooting at Gugulethu Primary School in KwaMashu and Thamela Primary School in Umlazi Gugulethu Primary School: Interview the school Principal Interview a former student Interview former colleagues Establishing shots & cutaways of Gugulethu Primary School in KwaMashu Shooting cutaways at Thamela Primary School in Umlazi Today we visited Gugulethu Primary School where we were supposed to interview the principal and colleagues. However, the principal had to decline to speak on behalf of the school without the consent of the district office. She fully supported our visit and suggested that we return as soon as she gets consent. The principal also arranged interviews with Khuzwayo’s former HOD, two colleagues and a student (...)
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2019 March. 29 : Day 2 of Documenting teachers in KZN
Documenting Nonhlanhla Khuzwayo (a retired teacher) A review by Thobeka Bhengu Photos by Terra Dick Plan for the (...)
Documenting Nonhlanhla Khuzwayo (a retired teacher) A review by Thobeka Bhengu Photos by Terra Dick Plan for the day 11:00-5pm Shooting at Durban North Interview Nonhlanhla Khuzwayo at her home                                                                   Interview her daughter (Baphile Khuzwayo) Establishing shots & Cutaways of Gugulethu Primary School The team documented Mam Nonhlanhla Khuzwayo at her home in Durban North. Mam Nonhlanhla is a retired teacher, who dedicated 28 years teaching primary school learners. Khuzwayo welcomed us with open arms at her home. She looked polished as if she was about to leave her house for an important meeting. We met her niece Buyile who spent the rest of the day with us and seemed to enjoy having us around. The team started by interviewing Baphile Khuzwayo, Mam (...)
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2019 March. 29 : Day 1 of Documenting teachers in KZN
A review by Thobeka Bhengu Shooting time: 9am-6pm Document Mam Futhi at school and in the classroom. (...)
A review by Thobeka Bhengu Shooting time: 9am-6pm Document Mam Futhi at school and in the classroom. Interviewing the Principal Interviewing a Colleague Interview 2 students: N.B provide consent form. Document Mam Futhi after school and at her home. The plan for the first day was as follows: Shooting at Thamela Primary School in Umlazi and at Seaview Durban. The team of three Lebo Mashifane, Malibongwe Swane and Thobeka Bhengu from Inkanyiso media arrived at Thamela Primary School at 9 am in the morning to document a prominent and dedicated educator Ntombifuthi Phewa. Thamela Primary School was established in 1971 at the time it was named Malukazi. The school currently has 2579 learners, 80 teachers and 8 food handlers, 3 cleaners and a security guard. The school has an active (...)
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Vote me Art Seminars
Text by Phindile Madlala Photos by Lindeka Qampi TOPIC: Vote Me – Arts Seminars VENUE: K- CAP Kwa-Mashu DATE: (...)
Text by Phindile Madlala Photos by Lindeka Qampi TOPIC: Vote Me – Arts Seminars VENUE: K- CAP Kwa-Mashu DATE: 08/03/2019 TIME: 2:00 pm This dialogue was aimed at developing viable structures within the Arts industry in different municipalities, government departments at national, provincial and local level – with the aim of finding solutions to combat chronically high unemployment affecting the country. Representatives from different political parties, as listed below, were invited to address artists on how best can they could resolve challenges faced by various artists within the arts, culture and heritage sector. The political parties’ panel was represented as follows by; Economic Freedom Fighters  = EFF B. Khoza African National Congress = ANC Nomagugu Simelane (...)
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Inkanyiso Crew out and about for Human Rights Day
By Lindiwe Dhlamini As South Africa commemorates Human Rights Day on 21 March 2019, many people are happy it is a (...)
By Lindiwe Dhlamini As South Africa commemorates Human Rights Day on 21 March 2019, many people are happy it is a long weekend for them. For us Inkanyiso crew we had to be in different parts of the country and document the events that are taking place. Since the end of last year our team has been doing an education themed Photography Xperience (Photo XP) with young people in Primary schools. 2019 marks 25 years of Democracy in South Africa our founder Honorary Professor/Sir Zanele Muholi continues with their vision of educating Black children through photography. As part of that, they deployed us to different locations in South Africa to teach, share knowledge and skills and to exist in spaces foreign to us. As a Johannesburg native, I had the pleasure of visiting a rural area for (...)
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Naive Bayes raconte
An Mertens experiments with forms that reveal the identity of algorithms. For this lecture-performance she takes on (...)
An Mertens experiments with forms that reveal the identity of algorithms. For this lecture-performance she takes on the "Bayesian naive classifier", an algorithm widely used to sort spam in our mailboxes, to analyze feelings on social media, but also to define whether a text is written by a (...)
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2019 March. 24 : African women
Her dark skin glows Her light skin glows African women are blessed with different skin tones yet they are all (...)
Her dark skin glows Her light skin glows African women are blessed with different skin tones yet they are all African. African women come in all different kinds of size, shape, sexuality, yet remain beautifully African. African women carry the heavy baggage on her head and walks with pride, providing for her family. Her heart weeps yet she dances to the rhythm of the Drumbeat. African women you are beautiful with your curves or no curves. You are beautiful regardless of your profession or social status. African women you were created to build a strong African nation. A nation that carries beauty, love, unity, power and victory. African women you are beautiful, keep your head up high and conquer. @Aluncedo Cetywayo
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Iterations IV, esc medien kunst labor
ITERATIONS is committed to the future of artistic collaboration in digitally networked contexts. Multidisciplinary (...)
ITERATIONS is committed to the future of artistic collaboration in digitally networked contexts. Multidisciplinary artists and practitioners are brought together to create speculative works that feed the imagination of possible modes of artistic collaboration. Through a series of hands-on (...)
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Le modèle noir de Madeleine et Joseph à Carmen Lahens et Catherine Dubois au Musée d'Orsay.
On doit saluer le tournant considérable pris par cette exposition. Au musée d'Orsay, Le modèle noir de Géricault à (...)
On doit saluer le tournant considérable pris par cette exposition. Au musée d'Orsay, Le modèle noir de Géricault à Matisse change de point de vue. Il s'agit moins des "grands maîtres", Géricault, Delacroix, etc. que de celles et ceux qui ont posé pour eux...et elle : il n'est pas anodin que ce soit un portrait de femme noire venant de la Guadeloupe, Madeleine, par une femme blanche et parisienne, Marie-Guillemine Benoist, (1800) qui ouvre les civilités, en même temps que les deux décrets d'abolition de l'esclavage (celui du 4 février 1794- qui échoua dès 1802- et du 27 avril 1848, de Victor Schœlcher). Cette exposition ne rend pas leur "dignité" à ces modèles noirs, du moins là n'est pas (seulement) la question. En réalité, elle pose d'abord à Orsay —institution consacrée à la culture et notamment à (...)
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2019 March. 22 : Plight and Reality
It is a Monday morning around 6am, my partner and I are taking our morning walk around Hillbrow and Braamfontein. I (...)
It is a Monday morning around 6am, my partner and I are taking our morning walk around Hillbrow and Braamfontein. I was very disturbed by seeing a lot of homeless people that filled the side ways of inner city like trash. This has been a disturbance to me in Durban as well. Where you have Mahatma Gandhi Road pavements turned into full bedrooms every evening. The cement flooring is not ideal for anyone to sleep on, let alone without blankets and the open air breeze that is not bearable to one sleeping in a covered shelter, on the comfort of their own homes. This is very disturbing to see so many homeless people while approaching twenty-five years of freedom. Political parties are consumed with canvasing for the elections and busy dissing each other. Priding themselves in outlining (...)
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Feminist Fermentation Reading Session
From microperformativity to compost politics, and from the microbial commons to the microontologies of sex: How to (...)
From microperformativity to compost politics, and from the microbial commons to the microontologies of sex: How to think with live cultures of fermentation? Sara, Livia and Femke have collected texts from feminist and queer theory that reflect on microbial modes of togetherness and the (...)
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2019 March 22 : Difficult Love in Mexico
by Lebo Mashifane We are going to represent Muholi’s film screening of Difficult Love. Liesl Theron is expecting me (...)
by Lebo Mashifane We are going to represent Muholi’s film screening of Difficult Love. Liesl Theron is expecting me and Pam Dlungwana in Mexico. It’s Tuesday the 19th of March 2019, I am traveling to Mexico with Pam Dlungwana. This morning, when I woke up I checked messages from Liesl, she had managed to book new tickets and she was talking about how one day we could hopefully laugh about it. I didn’t understand until I checked the new flight ticket. Initially we were supposed to have traveled on the 18th but due to some misunderstandings our date changed to the following day – the new route freaked me out. The initial ticket route was much better, we were going to fly to JFK airport in USA then catch a connecting flight to Mexico after 3 hours. The new route was a total of 32 hours long (...)
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2019 March 21 : Take me to Democracy
Take me to Democracy Take me to freedom Take me to a place of love with no pain. Take me to democracy with no (...)
Take me to Democracy Take me to freedom Take me to a place of love with no pain. Take me to democracy with no more tears. 25 years of Democracy There’s tears on her face, her face swollen taking punches from a frustrated man, facing unemployment and poverty. A man who fought a struggle to democracy and got no victory. He sinks his sorrows in a bottle of beer. Black power came with greedy politicians, the rich get richer, the poor get poorer. 25 years of Democracy! Do you remember Marikana? Women and children in tears another black man dies fighting for financial freedom. Did that not take you back to slavery? Do you Remember Khwezi? I am still called Delusional for reporting sexual assaults, my sexuality still gets me stoned to death. Save my country! It is called (...)
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The SNCBench
The SNCBench is the latest in a series of free objects designed and created by the collective Libre Objet. It (...)
The SNCBench is the latest in a series of free objects designed and created by the collective Libre Objet. It completes a line of street furniture that started with the uHbench a few years ago. Commissioned by Constant to replace the old uHbench that was made during a workshop in 2015, the (...)
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Networks with an attitude : Stories 02
Stories, presentations and reports of what happened during part two of the worksession: 'Long live the Internets' (...)
Stories, presentations and reports of what happened during part two of the worksession: 'Long live the Internets' and a booklaunch. Booklaunch 'Technological Sovereignty' translation to Dutch + discussion We deserve to have other technologies, better than those we currently have and known as (...)
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On airwaves and in data packets : a Network Jam
Listen to a Networks With an Attitude contribution on Webgang, a radio show on F/loss culture and technology on (...)
Listen to a Networks With an Attitude contribution on Webgang, a radio show on F/loss culture and technology on radio centraal 106.7 Network Jam in Toitoidrome + S14 Go to one of the two venues to tune in, or check this page on Thursday 11/04 for potential online information (...)
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Networks with an attitude : Stories 01
Stories and reports on what has been happening in the first part of the worksession entitled 'The internet is dead' (...)
Stories and reports on what has been happening in the first part of the worksession entitled 'The internet is dead' and two presentations De-google/de-gafam your organisation/digital life Agnez Bewer will talk about several initatives which emphasize providing services like mail, federated (...)
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2019 March 20 : Leaving today to arrive yesterday
by Pam Dlungwana Its a day in a week, in a month, in a year of a calendar we recognise but Lebo and I can’t (...)
by Pam Dlungwana Its a day in a week, in a month, in a year of a calendar we recognise but Lebo and I can’t tell you what time it is or what day it is without asking someone else first. We’ve been on an Amazing Race episode of our own fashioning the past lord knows how many hours in total. Our latest joke is that we’re fast perfecting the art of leaving today to arrive yesterday. Between Johannesburg, Sao Paulo, Lima, and Mexico City we’ve laughed worked and slept, eaten and cheated airport WIFI non-stop. We’ve also become fluent speakers of gesticular sign language. It’s heartbreaking to meet so many people who cannot yet speak a word of Sotho or Zulu, I mean kanti kwenzakalani vele? Our final destination was Mexico City, where Liesl, our heart and friend now resides and where we (...)
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2019 Mar. 20 : Struggles of uplifting our townships.
by Nonkululeko “Sicka” Mthunzi Photos by Simphiwe Makhanya Everywhere I go and everything I do I never forget where (...)
by Nonkululeko “Sicka” Mthunzi Photos by Simphiwe Makhanya Everywhere I go and everything I do I never forget where I come from, Daveyton eVutta, ikasi lama kasi. I’m from East-Rand, the last township before you enter Mpumalanga. East-Rand is where tourists never set foot, where voices are never heard, where talent is as raw and fresh as steak from a freshly slaughtered cow. A small township with less hope and huge passion. That’s my space, that’s my home, my very own humble beginning and I am not ashamed to even say I come from this place. On the 28th of February I got ready for my trip to Cape Town with two of my colleagues Heaven Oldjohn and Simphiwe Makhanya. We took a late bus that departed Park Station, Johannesburg at 19:00. It was a long and fun trip because I got my team with (...)
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