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It costs money to see our wounds by Tumelo Mtimkhulu

It costs money to see our wounds.Our pain is seen as pop art (in the 50s).heavy as the pages it is spread across.Raw but clean.Neat and well-kept chasms.All the school trips we went to were to memorial sites,Places where the...

Poets venture where no coward dares.

“I feel the only thing you can do about life is to preserve it, by art if you're an artist, by children if you're not.”― Philip Larkin Poetry becomes many different things to many different people at many different times in...

An Ode, A Love Song For Miriam Makeba

A Love Song for Miriam: A poem to Celebrate Mama Africa and apoetry album weaved in her honour by poet Mandi Vundla. “Dear Miriam, I am holding the keys to your song in my hands,I know you opened the world...

Poetry Seen: Words in Motion Featuring Lebo Mashile & Phillippa Yaa De Villiers

Acclaimed poets Lebo Mashile and Phillippa Yaa De Villiers, accompanied by seasoned jazz musicians Yonela Mnana, Lex Futshane and Siphiwe Shiburi, will celebrate the work of Prof Keorapetse Kgositsile on World Poetry Day (21 March 2018)at The Orbit Jazz Club. The show...