Category Archives: Finances

2014 Aug. 8: To be honest I love how I look

My name is Katiso Kgope, and I was born on September 18, in 1995. I was born in Glen Wood hospital, Benoni my parents are Mandla Kgope and the late Mpho Kgope – Monyake. I was given the name of … Continue reading

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2013 Dec. 22: Promise(d) Gift

by Yaya Mavundla Two days before the wedding (19/12/13) everyone at Inkanyiso is confused about when the wedding is. Is it Saturday or Sunday, we contact a few people in Daveyton and NO one knows about the wedding. Then we … Continue reading

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2013 Oct. 18: Transition is in your hands

by Sbu Kheswa This piece is inspired by Njabulo Masuku’s article: Frustrations of a transgender man. Boy, I can really feel your frustration. The challenge is that there are many other transgender people in Njabulo’s shoes. In fact, the wide gap … Continue reading

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