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The shoes don’t fit Part III: Whose life am I living?

The shoes don’t fit III: Whose life am I living? Sundays were my favorite in my past life. I’d spend my mornings and afternoons in...

Steps!! – My first JHB CBD trip story

Steps!! – My first JHB CBD trip story My grandmother used to narrate stories of how people fell from sky high flats in the city....

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Whatever the case, dear woman, have the spirit of Lily…

Whatever the case, dear woman, have the spirit of Lily… Breaking into the gender stereotyped war streets of any job industry is a rather daunting...

Beef or no beef, yes to the music

Beef or no beef, yes to the music It is said that animosity or “beef” as it’s affectionately called forms an integral part of Hip...

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Dear Mona Lisa

Dear Mona Lisa Do you remember the conversations we had in my dreams? Can you recall the words I whispered to you while you were in...

Divine Healing

Divine Healing Aged 14,she watched her mother die at the hands of her worthless father cried herself to sleep till her tears started forming a stream that gave...

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Eugene Mahlaba – Photography

“A photograph is not just a representation of what one sees in reality. It often represents something that is not seen by an ordinary...

Photography Kay Webster

Webster Ketumile Phasha affectional known as Kay Webster was born in 1993 at a village called Sekororo and bred at Lebowakgomo just outside Polokwane....

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Tšhutšhumakgala

Mega Artists Magazine Book Review: Tšhutšhumakgala   Tšhutšhumakgala: is a Sepedi biography penned by Moses Seletisha (29), about the life and political times of Tlokwe ‘Harlem’...

Hosea Ramphekwa

Hosea Ramphekwa was born and bred in Lephepane village just outside Tzaneen, Limpopo.  His family was neither rich nor poor. Like many families in...

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