“September the 12th Remember Biko” Elitism will be the end of activism… Throughout many liberation movements, we have seen the art of revolting, creating and spearheading beautiful and tragic activism led by young and old black people in particular. It is in few years back when the current South African state president butchered 34 Marikana […]
Throughout the month of August 2019, graduates of the first cohort of the newly introduced Uphephela Learners license program received their learners licenses certificates. Image source: EFFSC CPUT District Six. First graduates of the Uphephela Learner’s License program out of a registered class of 300 participants. Initiated by the EFFSC, the program was born out […]
Submitted by Lesedi Mokgautsi. Read the full letter below: The World Mission Society (WMS) is a society on campus established by university students from the World Mission Society Church of God. We are a Christian society that has two divisions (Bible Study and Volunteer Activities). We have been a part of the UCT community for […]
The Wilful Exile: I left the Yellow city too early, the Green country for good But left with an optimism, that died faster than my ego could Confronted by worldly views and a clash of east and west I tried to process my allegiances and my appearances, I tried my best But this […]
This photo series and it’s concept came from a place of yearning to archive and canonize black womxn in their glory. The photographs draw from the South African 80’s and 90’s zeitgest, the fashion, the look and feel of both the environments and the black womxn from the photos of the time. Womxn that are, were and will forever be unapologetic, womxn that asserted their identities fluidly and gracefully, in the face of a government that tried to steal that away from them.