Tag Archives: Experiences

2019 March 3: Yithi Laba Exhibition Opening

by Lihle Mkhize The exhibition titled Yithi Laba is a celebration of reflection and commemoration of five women photographers in response to the Twenty-five years of Democracy. The show features a combination of five award winning photographers including Professor Zanele … Continue reading

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2016 Sept. 5 Awake

by Vania Cruz Maoze How do you start a day without knowing how it will end? We dream to see the reality. The reality is that here in South Africa it was started by people such as Simon Nkoli. He … Continue reading

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2016 Sept.13: My path to freedom and love for Self

My Life story I could never have imagined the day would come where I could proudly say, I am a MAN! My journey, though not yet over, has tested my resilience, my sense of self and has taught me to … Continue reading

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2015 June 30: South African Visual Activists Documenting Oslo

“We are not just about our sex, or just about what is between our legs, or what is on our chests, we live and eat; and there are so many socio economic factors that affect us.” – Fikile Vilakazi, South African … Continue reading

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2015 March 5: A simple universal healing for life’s miseries

by Siba Nkumbi … seeing things as they really are! I went to Worcester for Vipassana meditation, it’s a 10day course where one disconnects from the world to learn the technique spending ten days in noble silence. The only companion … Continue reading

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2015 Jan. 21: A “word porn star’s” heart is captured by some pieces

Book review by Lonwabo Mlabatheki The first time I read about the book was on the net and that’s when I told myself, this book is a must have. Not knowing it captured photographs of faces I was familiar with and of people … Continue reading

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