Monthly Archives: March 2019

Vote me Art Seminars

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 … Continue reading

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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 long weekend for them. For us Inkanyiso crew we had to be in different parts of the country and … Continue reading

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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 African. African women come in all different kinds of size, shape, sexuality, yet remain beautifully African. African women carry the … Continue reading

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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 was very disturbed by seeing a lot of homeless people that filled the side ways of inner city like trash. … Continue reading

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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 and Pam Dlungwana in Mexico. It’s Tuesday the 19th of March 2019, I am traveling to Mexico with Pam Dlungwana. This … Continue reading

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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 more tears. 25 years of Democracy There’s tears on her face, her face swollen taking punches … Continue reading

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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 tell you what time it is or what day it is without asking someone … Continue reading

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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 I come from, Daveyton eVutta, ikasi lama kasi. I’m from East-Rand, the last township before you enter Mpumalanga. East-Rand is where … Continue reading

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2019 Mar. 18: Traffic tracing at the Yithi Laba exhibition – Week 1

By Lindiwe Dhlamini A week after the opening of the Yith Laba exhibition I was asked to observe and trace the traffic of guests who come to view the show at the Market Photo Workshop (MPW) in Newtown, Johannesburg. Yithi … Continue reading

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2019 March. 11: Spending my day at VMCI in Sebokeng

Text by Bajabulile Dhlamini Photos by Z Muholi Waking up to a beautiful and sunny Sunday morning, Inkanyiso team and I prepared to attend a service at Victory Ministries Church International (VMCI). They were officially opening Vaal branch on March … Continue reading

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