Tag Archives: Confession

2015 Aug. 9: Balancing culture and activism

by Jacqui Mseleku-Ngwane In my line of work I have seen so much abuse and injustice that happens in the name of culture. I am a dynamic Zulu woman, raised in a cosmopolitan household so different from normal Zulu households. … Continue reading

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2015 Feb. 25: I drank again…

by Siba Nkumbi I acknowledged that I suffered from alcoholism but I never fully accepted that I am the cause of my misery. Little things triggered a relapse. Here is a practical example: I lost two jobs in one month, … Continue reading

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2014 Oct. 30: “Do you remember me?”

It has been two months since you passed on. There has never been a day that went by since that dreadful day that I have not thought of you. Each day that passes with tears in my eyes I think of you … Continue reading

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2014 Jan.12: Presenting Gavin Matseke… The queer we all love to hate!!!

Profiled by Jeremiah Sepotokele The day is finally here, having scheduled an interview with the gorgeous and witty Gavin Matseke. We met at the calm, cool and tranquil outdoors of Glen Austin, in Midrand at a friend’s place. We were … Continue reading

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