Tag Archives: Womanhood

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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2013 Feb. 8: “Let your voices be heard”

by Charmain Carrol Given an opportunity to tell my story I will talk about where I’ve been and what I have done and the remarkable people I met along my journeys. This remains in my archived memories. It was an … Continue reading

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