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Poetry in motion


A Poem by: Enock Shishenge If I die tonight my son Some shall cry crocodile tears I know those close To my heart Shall drink in solidarity They shall celebrate Life SO BOLDLY lived If I die tonight Some will search best pictures I took with them Like they always...

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I am a Tembisan

I owe my being to the informal settlement of Madelakufa, the forever congested mall called Phumulani, the valleys of Mayibuye and Phomolong, the ever-flowing sewage rivers of Winnie Mandela Settlement and the overcrowded taxi ranks and shops that define the face of our kasi. My body has frozen in my...

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Wake Up

WAKE UP Sizo zabalaza— I sing, Walking casually on Steve Biko Drive, I watch my smoky breathe disappear into the winter air, On the horizon, I see the sun eschewing once again, Darkness creeping in like sadness to a suicidal soul, The lampposts above me illuminate the street, The warmer...


Andries Mosehle – A story of possibilities.

He is not only a phenomenal former soccer player, but he’s a man with a vision and drive to see his world become a better place. Currently working as a development coach, Andries Mosehle shares his life journey with Flair Correspondent Siphiwe Tsheu. Kindly share with us a bit about...

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Always Too Late

Kayd's latest single titled Always Too Late is out. Bringing Caribbean flavored pop to the streets of Giyani and Dzumeri with the smooth plucked sounds, personally engineered by Kayd. To find the song type KayDee Always Too Late ft T keys.  Get the song on the following platforms: Spotify, Apple...


Thol’ ithuba – developing inner city talent

Article by Siphiwe Tsheu  One of the greatest factors that influenced my passion for establishing Thol’ Thuba was seeing the needs and challenges that young people face in our communities and being able to make a change wherever I can. Tholi Unathi Zuzani also known as “Tholi” is the founder...


Nyikani ndleve eka lava tikeriwaka

Vanhu va hlangana na ku tikeriwa, va chava ku vula hikwalaho ko chava ku hlekiwa, ku tsala Lizwephila Shalom Mabunda  Vatswari vatswaree depression is real. Amukelani vana va n’wina loko va hlangana na ku tikeriwa. Yingiselani vana va n’wina loko va lava ndleve hi ku swa endleka ku ri chance...

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Should A- Reece be excused?

Hiphop can improve and address the many issues painfully dripping out of the South African womb, writes Innocent Madzhoni.  Musical silences befall us from one of the most ambitious rappers in South Africa, A-Reece, when he took much time without releasing any singles or projects. Such hiatus, often hated by...


I used to be a toxic mom

By Rivoningo Cecilia Maluleke "Bafanas, it's not normal for a mother and her son to hate each other like this. I know I have not been a good mom to you. I had just survived a mjolo 1st wave pandemic that left me broken and turned me into a motivational...

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