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Review | Makhafula Vilakazi’s Concerning Blacks

In Ramashia’s new project, the presence of violence in all facets of the Black existence is felt and responded to. This violence does not, however, define those involved in it and Blacks in general. Image by Tseliso Monaheng There is...

Poet Profile: Dshamilja Roshani

DSHAMILJA ROSHANI is a 25-year old Berlin-based poet, writer and performer of German-Iranian descent. In their work, Dshamilja paints vivid yet fluid images that examine the complexity of self and social relations. Emerging from a compassionate and honest place, their...

Book Review: Cycles by Tebogo Nong

Title: CyclesAuthor: Tebogo NongPublisher: Self-PublishedISBN:  978-0-6209193-2-6Reviewer: Ruth de Cerff  In Tebogo Nong’s latest poetry collection Cycles, personal growth is a never ending process Cape Town based writer Tebogo Nong has released her second book of poetry, Cycles. The collection compares...

POET PROFILE: Bokang Maragelo

Bokang Maragelo is a 30-year-old poet/writer and I.T professional who hails from North West, currently based in Johannesburg. He started his journey with poetry in high school but only later in his 20s did Bokang find purpose in his writing....

Three Questions for Flow Wellington

FLOW WELLINGTON is a poet, publisher, and founder of Poetree Publications. Her work has been published locally and internationally through many mediums including Badilisha Poetry X-Change, Poetry Potion, Poetry Institute of Africa, Atlanta Review, and anthologies such as South Africa’s...