Our Ten Most Read Poems of 2015

zamantungwa | January 4th, 2016 | editorial | No Comments

In 2015, we published almost 200 poems from poets from all over the world. While our print edition published experienced an unplanned hiatus, our A Poem A Day challenge stayed on point.

We’d now like to share 10 of the most read poems this year:

10. Mofufi fofa by Tshegofatso Monaisa

9. Fees Must Fall by Charl Landsberg

8. Being me by Gosego Rattel

7. On Xenophobia (May 2008) by Mandy Mitchell

6. Always a Suspect by Oswald Mtshali

5. Afrika is Scarred by Tulile Siguca

4. On The Road Again by Mwape Mumba

3. A Painful Truth by Nqaba Dano

2. 21 Poems – our series of poems speaking truth to power has been quite popular. We still have 3 poems to publish to finish off the series.

1. Kgadime (For OK Matsepe) by Shimo

Are you favourite poems on this list? Share with us which poems you enjoyed.

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