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2014 March 30: “A woman I’m going to marry”

by Buli Vimbelela On the 30th of March 2014 a crowd of people gathered in Zola, Soweto to witness Promise Mavundla and Sanele Shabangu’s umqomiswano (engagement), a gathering which many were unsure of, but had piqued their interest nonetheless. There … 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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