Category Archives: Donna Smith

2013 June 1: Zandile’s 21st birthday photos

Actually Zandile turned 21 on 10th May 2013 but the party was held on the 1st June 2013. Text by Lerato Dumse After a visit to my great grandmother friday morning,to deliver a cake for her birth day. I rushed … 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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