Category Archives: “Free from My Happiness”

2019 Feb. 6: Ukuzalelwa ekhayeni lama Thonga.

by: Nonkululeko “Sicka” Mthunzi Everyday can be a struggle, an exciting or just a normal day but it’s just a new day everyday. It means its another light that shines on us; saying this reminds me of my aunt who every … Continue reading

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2019 January 2: Musical Freedom at AfroPunk

by Mantis Mamabolo Filed imges by Lerato Dumse AfroPunk Day 1 30 December 2018 Partly cloudy with a chance of Afrochic, street fashion, artistry, good food and drink and amazing music. Volumous clouds hang low in the sky, heavy with … Continue reading

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2016 May 19: Day 7 PhotoXP visual diaries

by Lebo Mashifane Sunday, 15 May 2016 marked the 7th day of our PXP. The week felt very long and eventful to me, I was surprised that it has only been 7 days for so much to have happened. And it has … Continue reading

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