Monthly Archives: June 2019

2019 June 16: In her arms

I woke up in my lover’s arms yesterday My arms were wrapped around her She told me I am here for you I am here for us I woke up in my lover’s arms yesterday It felt so perfect It felt so … Continue reading

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2019 June 15: Talking gender transition with Aluta Humbane

by Wakhe Sebenza “Growing up I’ve always wanted to be a girl; I always saw myself as a girl… However, the idea of it was so scary that I had to retreat, because I mean here you are in a … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Wendy Khumalo on Rugby Coaching and Photography

by Wakhe Sebenza Like the rainbow flag, we are bold, lively and colourful, it’s Pride month – a global initiative celebrating diversity, inclusion and acceptance to raise awareness of LGBT+ rights. We are speaking to some of the Extraordinaires within … Continue reading

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2019 July 14: The man behind Somnyama the song- DJ Kabila

by Wakhe Sebenza His love for the deejay box dates back to the late 1990s. He has an undisputed gift of knowing how to keep a capacious, jam-packed dance floor rocking the entire night. His love for music remains untainted … Continue reading

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2019 June 14: Wendy Soni, Her vocal highness behind Somyama

by Wakhe Sebenza The amazing vocals behind Somnyama by DJ Kabila, her name is Wendy Soni. She is a Musician and a business woman. She is featured on some hits such as Intokazi with DJ Cndo to name one, but … Continue reading

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2019 June 13: Using soccer and Pool to change lives

by Nonkululeko Dube “I realised these kids are not bad they just need guidance and a father figure. I had to introduce sports to them” says Siyabonga Ngcaweni known as “Coach” in Pantus Hill community, an informal settlement located in Ethekwini Metropolitan Municipality, … Continue reading

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