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Q&A: Makhafula Vilakazi

"Makhafula Vilakazi's poetry is a fusion of Tsotsitaal, English, Zulu and Sotho interspersed into an uncompromising depiction of township life, exploring issues which affect his community such as HIV and AIDS, unemployment and crime. An exponent of a genre which he calls ‘Kasie Poetry’, Makhafula Vilakazi says his...

Poetry Seen: An evening with Mutabaruka at Wits Theatre

As a continuation of the ongoing 2018 Africa Month Celebrations, The Department of Arts & Culture and Joburg Theatre presents: An evening of music and poetry with world acclaimed dub poet and activist Mutabaruka. The reading will be preceded by...

Children of Asazi

The children of great men and woman often bear the weight of their parents’ legacy. They can choose to accept the burden or reject it. If they accept it, they could rise above and beyond or fail tragically. If they...