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Basha Uhuru: 25 Years of Creative Freedom

The Basha Uhuru Freedom Festival not only showcases art, design, film, poetry and music, but it also provides inspirational workshops and entrepreneurial support programmes for young creatives. The exciting programme kicks off with art and talks on Thursday and carries on with a film and poetry programme till Saturdays music finale.

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Shimza’s One Man Show: SOWETO EDITION!

Shimza is known for hosting some of the biggest events in Mzansi and getting the rest of the world dancing. The Tembis native will be returning for his One Man Show: Soweto Edition which promises to be an exuberant journey! The One Man Show: Soweto Edition will take place at Zone 6 Venue in Soweto on Saturday, 29 June 2019.

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Turning Heads

Looking at a photograph is about listening and then looking. One has to listen to what the photograph wants to say before imposing anything on it. It is about how the ear catches the whispers and shouting that escape beyond the edges of the frame. It is about staring at what is there, what is not there, what could be there, what needs to be there.

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Singayisusa Nanini Na

Unsurprisingly there is currently a hypocritical wave of uproar in white circles, about the recent commentary by South AfriKKKa’s ambassador to Denmark, Mam’Zindzi Mandela, on the land question, which she expressed through her twitter account.

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Revolution by Court Order?

According to this document, the injustices (of the past) have no colour. This discoloration of political history makes everybody a potential perpetrator of injustices. It is my submission that this is gross falsification of history and travesty of justice herself

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Violence & June 16

A slave is an adult who has had to become a child all over again. This is the experience of black people who leave their homes as adults but spend the day as children in the company of white people and then put on their adult face on their way home.

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Leeto: A Sam Nhlengethwa Print Retrospective

Nhlengethwa began his career in 1976 during one of South Africa’s most tumultuous socio-political eras. In 1978, he completed a two-year diploma at the Evangelical Lutheran Church Art and Craft Centre, Rorkes Drift, Kwa-Zulu Natal, where printmaking was a prominent feature in the Centre’s activities.

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