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I am a being before a female, before a woman, before a mother

"…still I rise…" – Dr. Maya Angelou

#16 Days Of Activism Against Women and Children #25NOV-10DEC

This is my take on #16 days of  activism against women and children. On this third project of mine, I will let the images speak for themselves. On this project, I worked with Ntsako Mbhokota who runs an online publication... Continue Reading →

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Dream big child dream big

There is a little boy and a little girl out somewhere playing in the streets of townships, Being told that when you're not fluent in English you are not amongst the smartest and not regarded as an intellect. This boy... Continue Reading →

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The Legendary Esther Mahlangu

On the 2nd of March 2017, The Melrose Gallery hosted the exhibition of Mam'Esther Mahlangu paying tribute to Nelson Mandela with her well-known Ndebele artistry. Mam'Esther Mahlangu has been an inspiration to many artists and continues to be the beacon... Continue Reading →

#TheRiseOfWomanism 

I have no words for the love I have for Silvana Denker's latest project called "Metallic Curves". Lauren Gordon writes up a piece on Silvana Denker's BodyLove campaign on the revelist that illustrates the beauty of a plus size woman.  Also, with... Continue Reading →

The launch of #BELEDE

Love Yourself: Frida Kahlo to Marty McConnell by Marty McConnell 

“Leaving is not enough. You must stay gone. Train your heart like a dog. Change the locks even on the house he's never visited. You lucky, lucky girl. You have an apartment just your size. A bathtub full of tea.... Continue Reading →

A review: Writing what we like 

Back in the day, with books that I loved reading, I developed a habit of keeping them for myself a bit longer or forever so that my nieces, nephews and the younger generation coming after me, to have a field... Continue Reading →

SERENA WILLIAMS: Because when a black Queen roars, 22 GRAND SLAM titles transpire

​To be quite honest, I never watched tennis and even when Venus Williams (Serena Williams's sister) was at her peak of #BlackGirlMagic and #BlackExcellence, I was still ignorant of a black woman killing it at playing tennis. Until, I took... Continue Reading →

The reincarnation of the Madagascan woman’s Bantu Knots

Sometime ago I posted a photo of a woman with Bantu Knots that I have always wanted to do. To be quite honest, I really don't know the actual name of this hairstyle but because of the love I have... Continue Reading →

This project was inspired by a Facebook status that went viral last year as one of the Facebookers asked us to post a message to show moral support for mental illness. To this day I have not known who posted... Continue Reading →

For the love of Music

In this self-initiated body of work, we are reminded of musicians who bless us with their talent by playing a musical instrument. I have had my share of enjoying the pleasures of playing the cornet, trumpet, marimba and tambourine during... Continue Reading →

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