Category Archives: Faces and Phases

2019 Sep. 9: Celebrating Phindile Madlala: A life well lived.

by Wakhe Sebenza There are very few people who really live life to the fullest, this is how the late Phindile Madlala was described at her Funeral on Sunday 08.09.19 in Pinetown KwaZulu-Natal where all her friends and family gathered to pay … Continue reading

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2019 Aug. 16: Imini engasoze ilibaleke

by Siba Nkumbi Mfundi ndizakucela undiphe indlebe ukuze nam ndikwazi ukuza nazo ezindaba. Mamela Lo umhla ngumhla esingakuze sikwazi uwulibala, ewe kaloku kuzalwa ingonyama emnyama genkani engaxolisiyo ngokuba nguye kuba kaloku amanyange amchonga ezihlele athi wena unguMuholi kwaye uzabahola endleleni.Ukuba … Continue reading

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2017 July 29: 7 years of writing Pieces of Expressions.

by Nonkululeko Dube On the 27th of July 2019 at AGOG Gallery in Johannesburg, Lebo Diverse launched a book titled PIECES OF EXPRESSIONS in the name of art-create. The book was published under Seven27 project that is an artist hub that grooms and … Continue reading

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Faces and Phases turns teen

by: Lindiwe Dhlamini Professor/Sir Zanele Muholi’s longstanding photographic project known as; Faces and Phases (F&P)celebrates thirteen years in existence. Some of the faces have faded with the phases and some of those still alive were in attendance. On the 19th … Continue reading

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2014 Sept. 11: The New York experience that was

Reflection by Lebo Mashifane Today is talk day! Jet lag is kicking in, I woke up at 8h25 whereas the past two days I woke up around 4 am and around 6 am the next day. I’m feeling drained … … Continue reading

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2014 June 14: The joys of being a music teacher

 by Sebenzile Langa (previously known as Nkosi) As hard as it is, it is so worth it. My marimba band performed at this year’s Sasol Bird Fair 2014 and they have been performing at the festival since 2011. Every year they get better. … Continue reading

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2014 June 20: Spana my child

by Pam Dlungwana How do you describe Inkanyiso to a foreign audience? What is it? Is it an artist’s itch to get back into the activist pool because that is how they have framed their practice in the global sphere? … Continue reading

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