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Don’t Skip Your Hoe Phase

Don’t Skip Your Hoe Phase

She will say let's rent a place, nawe uye ngekhanda elikhulu and rent that place with her for two years paying rent, kanti it's her house. Umuntu wakhona upakile mara still u-single. Hehe impilo will show you ukuthi umdidi owokuhlala phansi yazhai ulokhu uhamba udunusa ukhothane namapipi wabanye abantwana mawuweda you demand that he wears a condom.

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Kabelo cites a trip that he went on to Zambia as a life changing trip in that it brought his attention to the harsh realities other people were facing on the African continent and forced him to introspect on what his contribution to the human race would be.

Writers Thrive in The Time of Corona

Writers Thrive in The Time of Corona

As an optimist, I believe after this, we may stand a chance of successfully advocating for a different way of writing – while earning our full salaries. In coffee shops, theatre bars, parks, our own homes and in residencies; finishing our novels, and during our book tours. Sadly, when we look back, it will not have been our employers who led the charge in this long overdue change… it will have been the Corona Virus.

The Anti-Blackness of Uyajola 9/9

The Anti-Blackness of Uyajola 9/9

Is it not enough that landlessness, slavery, colonialism and racism relegated Black people into subhuman beings? Then why is it that the state doesn’t protect its citizenry? Or why can’t the citizens’ organisations educate the people against being ripped off and destroyed in the manner Uyajola 9/9 is doing?

Covid-19: People Are More Than Numbers

Covid-19: People Are More Than Numbers

I know that Black people are so used to death that they simply respond by saying “akuhlanga lungehlanga”, meaning this has happened before; or that it happens all the time. Indeed, One Million people died in Rwanda’s imperialist-induced Civil War. I’m sure we still can't make sense of 1 000 000 lives lost.