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2015 Nov. 21: The story of my life from what I can remember

My name is Kgomotso Masigo, I am a 28 year old born in Soweto. I’m the eldest of three 3 girls raised by a single mother. For a few months now I’ve been following Zanele Muholi, and ever since then … Continue reading

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2015 Oct. 1: Brick

Brick displaced your Face Blow after blow Bone by bone Your face cracked and caved Smashed under the pressure of the sharp concrete That was brought down with full force Upon the canvas we used to call your face You … Continue reading

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2015 July 15: Doing the best for my daughter

  I am Thembisa Cordelia Mhlawuli known as Lovey. I was born in Cape Town in Somerset Hospital. My parents are Nomthandazo Patricia known as ‘Pat’ and Welile Christopher Mhlawuli. I am the last-born, my sister’s name is Carol and brother’s is Ezmond. I stayed … Continue reading

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2014 Jan. 21: Living an active life

by Buli Vimbelela As the New Year has dawned on us, for many it is a time to reflect. Just like a few weeks ago we got to reflect back on the great life lost in Tata Nelson Mandela.  This … Continue reading

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