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Adulthood and the myth of Independence

adulthood

MR EDDIE NDOPU is a black, queer, feminist Disability Activist. He is also a thinker and an uncontested, self-identifying genius. His intellectual muscle and determination to open up the world to all non-binary people has landed him a scholarship to Oxford University, making him the first disabled African to be accepted into the institution. But there’s a catch,…

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Towards a radical Black Love

Black Love

In the face of prominent black voices advancing the global agenda to do physical, psychological and spiritual harm on the black body, through collusion, denial or silence, MS. NOZIZWE VUNDLA reminds us that Radical Black Love demands that we love those – among our people – with whom we most disagree.  Even while we recognise that Judge Thokozile Masipa’s judgement…

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Ungovernable | Laura Windvogel

Laura Windvogel

She is self-affirmed, walking to nobody’s tune but her own. She rejects conformity and seeks only her own truth. She is ungovernable, and just the kind of woman we love. MS. ALUWANI RATSHIUNGO sat down with Ms. Laura Windvogel, or the artist and activist known as Lady Skollie. Noted Man[NM]: In a paragraph, please introduce…

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Ungovernable | Tiisetso Molobi

tiisetso molobi

She is self-affirmed, walking to nobody’s tune but her own. She rejects conformity and seeks only her own truth. She is ungovernable, and just the kind of woman we love. In the latest of a series of interviews with these remarkable women, MS. TIISETSO MOLOBI unpacks the struggles and paradoxes of identity and growth.  Noted Man[NM]:…

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