Category Archives: Freelance artist

2013 Dec. 24: Through Artwork We Shall Succeed

PORTFOLIO I by Ayanda Zulu The late Mr Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela will forever be remembered (2013) I am honored to be amongst the artists who took time and passion to do a painting of one of the most respected icons … Continue reading

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2013 Oct. 16: I am a beautiful young dyke, a woman lover

Oyama Mbopa is a freelance artist who specialises in acting, dancing, singing as well as stunt performance.  She was born in the Eastern Cape in November of 1981 and grew up with her mother and three siblings. She is a … Continue reading

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