Writing ourselves into existence A Soweto Poetry Workshop Soweto is a standing monument for resistance; a sister to bloodshed and a cousin to protest, built not only on the broken […]
We are finally celebrating ourselves and telling our own stories with an audience that’s hungry for identity and a sense of community and belonging. I love where we are with all of my heart!
I am here to facilitate a space for people to create in their own voice and I can’t wait to hear what that will sound like.
This Africa Day, we had the great honour of being part of Lebo Mahile and Majola’s team for the listening session for their latest album titled Moya. And now…we’re getting […]
At the end of it all, we have a deserving champion, the event was had and everybody took away their own little slice. My slice is not the be all and end all but it’s a peephole. The slam is the slam and I haven’t been to a fair one yet.
I grew up shy and inexpressive. Poetry helped in unleashing those shackles, it helped me find my voice and enabled me to shout it out. So, poetry is of extreme importance to me as it allows those who are/may be voiceless, to find a voice and a platform to just shout.
Tswalo is a tale told through lyrical prose, poetry and physical storytelling entwined to interrogate the rules that govern life on Earth.