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2016 July 16: Nelson Mandela Day – Some Musings…

by Zuko Zikalala Nelson Mandela Day has arrived, an annual day to commemorate the life and legacy of Madiba. As I write this, Doc Shebeleza’s kwaito music hit “Ebumnandini”, is still ringing in my head, not only because it is … Continue reading

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2016 April 18: “The fashionista in Me”

by Leptie Phume About 3 years ago I got the opportunity to be featured in Faces and Phases, a series by Zanele Muholi. Back then I had little knowledge of who she was and I didn’t understand the series at … Continue reading

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2016 April 27: Re/Uniting with Faces and Phases participants on Freedom Day

by Fiona-Donna Young I have known about Faces and Phases since I was 16 years old and started reading Inkanyiso when I was 17 years old after countless google search attempts trying to see how best I would stay in … Continue reading

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2016 April 24: “Only a few people really know my sadness

  Sunday, that was the day we saw each other again after so long. Somehow I wasn’t as smooth as I wanted to be, but there She was on my door step. We had a young chat; spoke about life, … Continue reading

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2016 March 8: Remembering those we met and lost along the way

Photos by Mzonke Madotyeni/ Inkanyiso Media When: 8th July 2011 Where:  Stevenson Gallery, Johannesburg What: Inkanyiso exhibition opening Ms Le Sishi from Durban came all the way to witness the show in which she featured…     Makho Ntuli… Standing … Continue reading

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2016 Feb. 18: Muholi talks self-representation at Gallatin School of Individualized Study

Text and photos by Lerato Dumse So here I was, looking at the beautiful night view of New York City from thousands of feet in the air. While the plane made a descent into LaGuardia airport, my excitement ascended as … Continue reading

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2016 Feb. 6: Cleveland moves

by Lerato Dumse When I saw a woman blowing smoke at a bus stop in Cleveland, my mind was shocked, for some reason it was like my first time seeing someone smoking. Then it hit, I don’t remember seeing anyone smoke … Continue reading

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