Category Archives: From Durban to Paris

2019 May 25: Seven Day Durban Report

by Sinethemba Damane 6 April 2019 Ushaka Marine World, South Beach in Durban. Facilitators: Sinethemba Damane                      Mziwakhe Sebenza                      Khaya Cane                      Thobeka Bhengu As any good productive day starts with breakfast, yesterday started exactly the same. We, as … Continue reading

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2019 April. 2: Endless Summer Experience

by Nkosi Buthelezi On the 31st of March 2019, we attended one of the Top 50 events in Durban, headlined by Kwesta featuring various local artists, including DJ Tira, and Dladla Mshunqisi. The Endless Summer Experience was supposed to start … Continue reading

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2013 Dec. 21: ‘A part of Me’ in Paris

  by Andiswa Dlamini Words cannot describe my experience in Paris. It honestly felt like I was part of a painting. It felt surreal. It’s weird in life when we allow our dreams to expand to places and then when … Continue reading

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