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Happy New Year

as you remember: / whites are explorers. / blacks, nomadic. / If you are white, you are an artist. / black, craft-worker/handwork practitioner / whites are doctors & professors / blacks, ‘organic-intellectuals’, witch-doctors and sorcerers. /

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The Schizophrenia of Being a Christian Bible-Thumping Feminist'

Listen to one of the so-called early Church Fathers, Tertullian: “You [woman] are the devil’s gateway: you are the unsealer of that (forbidden) tree: you are the first deserter of the divine law: you are she who persuaded him whom the devil was not valiant enough to attack. You destroyed so easily God’s image, man. On account of your desert—that is, death—even the Son of God had to die.”

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The Lion and the Lamb Musical

Multi award winning director, James Ngcobo, will, for the first time, direct John Kani in his role as the main narrator in what promises to be an exhilarating reimagined production. Jazz and gospel powerhouse, Nokukhanya Dlamini, who was part of the original production comes back in her role as lead singer.

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How To Get Dezember Sexin’ Right

Elami ikhekhe liyaphumula ngo december. 16th is for my girlfriends, 25th and 26th is for family. 31st..uhm..oh well..maybe then I can be with the bae just so I can get serviced first thing in the morning nge New Year. I don't wanna wonder the whole day on the 1st of January ukuthi i-tlof tlof ka 2020 injani.

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The Daddies of Sugar

A challenge that was set to others has now been taken by the challenge-maker himself. There has been a male director, directing males, there has been a female director, directing four females, and now in 2019, one male director directs one female actor in ‘The Daddies of Sugar’ performed by Thuto Gaasenwe from 10 – 14 December 2019 at the Ramolao Makhene Theatre.

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At Stake’ and Other Love Songs

Every year wxmen are faced with the same unbearably surreal questions asked in different ways: ‘Sifelani’?’, ‘Am I Next?’. In the absence of answers these songs have been Msaki’s attempt to keep a supple heart through heavy and callousing times and the painful hashtags that are becoming part of our story as a country.

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Mandisi Dyanty is back eRhawutini

Mandisi Dyantyis is a South African trumpeter and vocalist who has recently released his debut album entitled Somandla, nominated for a SAMA for best Jazz Album of 2019. He was also recently nominated for the Mzantsi Jazz Awards and The African Music Awards (AFRIMA) in the ‘Best Jazz Artist’ category.

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