Monthly Archives: January 2019

2019 Jan. 16: Last school visits as the crew heads back to Jozi — Mobile School of Photography

By: Lindiwe Dhlamini As we prepared ourselves for our travel back to Johannesburg, Inkanyiso team decided to do one last check-in with all the schools we collaborated with during the December holidays, teaching photography to young girls in KwaZulu Natal … Continue reading

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2019 Jan. 9: Seeing President Ramaphosa guarantees votes.

By Lindiwe Dhlamini Photos by Thembela Dick 2019 is starting on a happy note for many residents of Cato Crest, Mbumbulu, Mayville and other neighbouring townships in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) because their wish to see President Cyril Ramaphosa in person was … Continue reading

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2019 Jan.5: Mobile School of Photography Graduation Ceremony  

By Thobeka Bhengu There is something moving about seeing young black women empowered. Their confidence shoots through the roof. The way they present and articulate themselves takes a complete shift for the better. Education should be a holistic approach, which … Continue reading

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2019 January 2: Musical Freedom at AfroPunk

by Mantis Mamabolo Filed imges by Lerato Dumse AfroPunk Day 1 30 December 2018 Partly cloudy with a chance of Afrochic, street fashion, artistry, good food and drink and amazing music. Volumous clouds hang low in the sky, heavy with … Continue reading

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2018 Dec. 25 Leptie and Babalwa’s Wedding

by Thembela Dick On Monday 24th December I boarded a flight from Durban to Johannesburg, to document Lebo “Leptie” Phume’s wedding. Phume is a Faces and Phases participant, a life time project that Prof/Sir Muholi is producing using photography. I arrived in … Continue reading

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