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2013 June 17: Fundraising for Chosen FEW

by Lerato Dumse Imagine being part of a soccer team awarded a partial grant to participate in the 2013 World Out games in Antwerp, Belgium. Now imagine not being able to seize that opportunity due to lack of funds. This … Continue reading

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2013 June 6: Reviving the spirit of Thokozani

“If not documented, it means it never existed.” As the world is ready for the 2013 World Outgames, Antwerp BELGIUM. On the other hand France is busy with the French-South season which will see a lot of our artists showcase … Continue reading

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2013 April 21: Living a legacy is always better than leaving a legacy

by Kopano Sibeko Greeted with an everlasting smile by a body that doesn’t seem to age, Phumla Rose Masuku welcomes us to her home. Present is Phumla’s life partner Nombulelo ‘Bulie’ Vimbelela. For a person in her mid 30s Masuku expresses … Continue reading

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