Nomsa Motale writes a heart felt piece about the supreme jazz legend Hugh Masekela.
Written by, Kopano Selebano What’s your style philosophy? Be experimental as much as you can because…
The ‘vibe goddess’, as she is often referred to, is one of a special breed of artists in South Africa – she is a rapper, singer, songwriter and all-round creative.
When she looses her voice, her conscience is infected and her children’s minds are infected with the idea that they are inferior.
Kopano Matlwa’s Coconut tells the story of two young girls living on far and opposite ends of one world, and although they couldn’t be more different, they are connected by one reality: trying to navigate through a South Africa that suggests that they somehow do not fit in it.
What does it mean to take ownership of your future today ?
I have heard people often describe black women as strong people. There is nothing wrong with being associated with strength. But there is something wrong when that’s the only thing the world expects you to be.