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2015 Aug. 19: Time really flies when you are having fun

by Mlu Msomi & Sekara Mafisa We had big plans for our golden anniversary this year. But time just flew, before we knew it the day had arrived. We had a beautiful garden winter sunset wedding at the Val Verde … Continue reading

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2014 Feb.15: “ Of Love & Loss” review

by Nomfundo Mgabadeli   The Wits Arts Museum and the Stevenson Gallery in Johannesburg played host to one of the most talented, hard-working, passionate visual artist activist of today, Zanele Muholi. Muholi unveiled her latest offering, titled “Of Love and … Continue reading

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