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2019 March. 29: Day 1 of Documenting teachers in KZN

A review by Thobeka Bhengu Shooting time: 9am-6pm Document Mam Futhi at school and in the classroom. Interviewing the Principal Interviewing a Colleague Interview 2 students: N.B provide consent form. Document Mam Futhi after school and at her home. The … Continue reading

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2014 Sept. 21: Martha Qumba in conversation with Young female photographers from Aurora GHS

  Aurora High School girls are challenging the male dominated industry by taking extra photography lessons. These Grade 10 and 12 learners from impoverished communities want to become photographers so that they can document their own stories.   The visual … Continue reading

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2014 May 7: Voting for the first time today

by Sebenzile Nkosi   I’ve been up since 4:34 am in Johannesburg, South Africa. I know I’m a bit over excited that I will be voting for the first time today.  Although I was old enough to vote in the past two … Continue reading

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