#NamiNgithandaIndoda By Aluta Humbane Drops On Valentines Day

The much anticipated Single by Aluta Humbane is just around the corner, This after recovering from his USA, New York Tour, alongside visual activist Professor Sir Zanele Muholi, which saw them take over the Performa 17 Biennial in Time Square and other performances in Bronx, Harlem, Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens. The release of the Single […]

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Mantsha Khuzwayo: The Different Faces of Her Life

By: Zama Shange Where do you get your ideas? That would be LIFE:  My life and everything that goes on around me, inspires me and that is why most of my pieces are lengthy. I am telling a story, my story through poetry. What is your book about? It’s about life, love, relationships and God. What I […]

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“I was born for a purpose” – Tkay Kaula

By: Zama Shange I was born in Umlazi just outside of Durban. Raised by my aunts, as my mother Nelisiwe Kaula was furthering her studies and my father was always working. My mother worked hard so I get the best education. I was loved and well taken care off, growing up. We were a huge […]

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Meet The Zulu’s

How did you meet? Mr Zulu: “We met in 1992, I was teaching and living in Pietermaritzburg. While visiting friends, who happened to be her relatives, I saw her and I was charmed.” Mrs Zulu: “I was only 18 years old when we met, we have been together ever since. We got married in 2012. 26 […]

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IS BIOKINETICS YOUR IDEAL CAREER PATH IN 2018?

Searching for other careers within the Health and Fitness industry. If you have a passion for working with people who have sustained injuries or seeing someone regain the use of their limbs after an accident or injury, then Biokinetics might be the career for you. We interviewed Thanuj Kisten who is a Biokineticist at Virgin […]

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Opening of V.M.C.I Service for 2018 was extraordinarily a blessing

The Apostle Dr Z. Zungu opened the service, greeting the congregants and rectifying the dates the church was founded. The church was originally founded in 2005. “In 2014 I was blessed to receive direction from mentors who understood church growing”, he added and welcomed new congregants. Word of encouragement by Mfundisi Sibisi “It’s hard preaching […]

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We sat down with a young couple, Kitty and Kat and their enduring love

By: Zama Shange Love at first sight? We met at Mangosuthu University in 2005 at soccer practice and later discovered we were doing the same course. After three years of friendship and in a group, where we never spent time alone, mainly because we disliked each other, only to find years later that we actually had […]

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The film has found a home in over 30 countries

Inxeba (The Wound) an arguably well written gay love story told entirely in isiXhosa, the film was chosen as South Africa’s Oscar entry into the 90th Academy Awards, in the category of best foreign language film but sadly missed out in the final stages for the nominations. “Locally the film took home two awards at the […]

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Keep Healthy This Valentines Month

February is regarded as the month of love, most of our New Year resolutions include maintaining or losing weight and keeping healthy; this does not mean we can’t still enjoy the eagerly awaited Valentine’s Day on 14 February 2018. V day, however, is not a public holiday in South Africa. Celebrating Valentine’s Day allows you […]

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A Uniq Jewel – Delta Choshi

We profile a gem with a passion for dance. Recognised internationally Delta Choshi, born in Vaalkop in Limpopo and now residing in Johannesburg with her wife Sherole Webster- Choshi knew as early as a year old that dance was her life. We all have people who inspire and steer us in the right direction. “I […]

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