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2014 Dec. 1: “I lost my mom, she died in my hands”

My name is Sifiso Leornard Nkosi known as Candice. I was born on the 9th May 1987 in Tsakane, Eastrand, Johannesburg. I was raised by my grandmother, and my mother. My grandmother played an important part in my life. The … Continue reading

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2014 Sept. 30: “I truly love Cape Town”

Photo album by Ntombifuthi Shabalala from Aurora Girls High School My first visit to eKapa for the Cape Town Month of Photography where we presented our projects at Labia Theatre amongst other experts. Colourful homes, a good view in Muizenberg beach… … Continue reading

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