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The Blacks of Durban

Upon moving into the main networking stage, an introduction behind the conception of These Dam Blacks as a space was given by one of the founders, which in short, can probably be best summarized as a business, social, and cultural network centered on reimagining and building new futures for blacks in a world otherwise formed against them.

Tshepang Ramoba: SEŠATE

Africa is home to many legendary folk tales that have laid foundation to many cultural teachings. Even though these folk stories differ from each culture, there’s always a common thread that is similar and relatable. Through Tshepang’s new EP, audience are reintroduced to authentic folk stories told his in native language SEŠATE (Sepedi).

Black Child's Pledge

I pledge allegiance to my Black People. I pledge to develop my mind and body to the greatest extent possible. I will learn all that I can in order to give my best to my People in their struggle for liberation.

Creating A Less Good Idea

Twice a year, artists from different art disciplines meet to create work for the bi-annual festival held at the centre. Under the leadership of experienced curators, these artists experiment and venture into other disciplines in a quest to create the best projects. Season 6's curators are Sello Pesa and Thiresh Govender.

Unlearn

Unlearn chronicles the travails and struggles of a young lady, Angel Mojapelo, who is deeply wrought in the darkness of depression and anxiety. Mojapelo uses stand-up comedy as a coping mechanism to deal with her parents’ failed marriage and unfulfilling career choices. She attends a friend’s party which sets in motion various events that change her life dramatically.

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