Perhaps it was not a coincidence that the name Maponya came up during our family New Year’s Eve dinner recently. … Continue reading Maponya: Feeding The Nation One Generation At a Time
True freedom therefore is a courageous act, a brave decision to face the unchangeable fact of your past and present. It requires fearlessness … Continue reading XENOPHOBIA: SOWETO FROM HERE?
Sweetheart I am so sorry to have kept you waiting for so long. See I had some unfinished new business … Continue reading A Personal Assignment: Nothing is Black or White in Africa
Troyville. Monday, 6pm CAT. This little village where I fell in-love with artists so many years ago and for a … Continue reading IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN: HAPPY NEW YEAR!
“It’s always impossible until its done” Nelson Mandela A DAY OF PRAYER AND REFLECTION. ON SUNDAY – I was at … Continue reading THE FIXER: DAY-UNKNOWN
This morning duty called, our father passed away, on the day that our brother, struggle Icon and Pan African … Continue reading THE FIXER: DAY ONE – FRIDAY: GOING BACK HOME
A Couple of days ago I was invited to a gig at the Drill Hall downtown Johannesburg, opposite the notoriously … Continue reading DAILY-LIFE AS PEFORMANCE
“Gloom and despondency have never defeated adversity. Trying times need courage and resilience..” Former South African President Thabo Mbeki, 2008 … Continue reading CHANNEL O-OH! AFRICAN VIDEO AWARDS AND THE VIP SYNDROME
“I have cold feet too, how’s that going to work?” This quaint restaurant has been my sweet little secret until … Continue reading The BirdCage: A place Where Dreams Come True
In Kliptown there is a railway line, separating the ghetto and new urban residential section. I have been crossing the … Continue reading The Crossing