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2014 Jan. 27: If I only had five minutes…

A poem for Brenda Mvula written by her partner Koketso Matlaweng read at the memorial service on the 9th Jan.2014. If I only had five minutes the day you passed away, I would have had time to tell you all … Continue reading

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2014 Jan.9: Brenda Mvula’s Memorial Service

Brenda Mvula’s partner, Koketso Matlaweng in black mourning the sudden passing of her beloved supported by her aunt in a black & white top. Where:   Acts of God Christian Church, Midrand. When:  9th Jan. 2014 Photos by Lindeka Qampi … Continue reading

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