The Breath That Connects Us

Featured Artwork: Feroze Alam In the same week that George Floyd was so callously killed by a police officer in Minneapolis, I attended a webinar celebrating Africa Month and what it meant to be African. Right here in South Africa, a country that carries the heavy legacy of colonialism, slavery, and apartheid, is irrefutable, scientific…

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Justice for Women March: Durban

South Africa has always been a nation that is run by its people; we protest, we shout, we demand for change and recently we have become complacent. However, various groups across South Africa have protested and brought attention to the tragic issue of gender-based violence. I had the opportunity to speak with Tersia Erasmus, one…

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Once Again, Freedom Of Religion Triumphs In South Africa

Whilst South Africa maybe going through challenging times due to its deteriorating economy, crime statistics at an all-time high, and a possible impasse in the infamous state capture saga, it is imperative for South Africans to not lose focus of the positive aspects present in the country. One such aspect is that of the right…

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