Walk Your Talk. Dance And Sing To Your Music…
Feb02

Walk Your Talk. Dance And Sing To Your Music…

By: Kgabo Chuene So this is feeling a little too creepy. A couple of days ago my phone got stolen, stupid story really, felt like the person had been tracking me the whole day. One second my phone is here, the next it’s gone. Last year this time I was dating a crazy person who would later steal from me and abandon me at the airport. For a moment I felt like that horrible sort of experience is happening again and I felt a sense of...

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My Yoke Is Easy, My Burden Is light | Homosexuality
Sep11

My Yoke Is Easy, My Burden Is light | Homosexuality

By: Kgabo Chuene This is going to be one of those sensitive ones. If you can help it, please don’t stop reading when it becomes uncomfortable, give it a chance. So you guys might know that I was raised Christian (mzalwane) and I went on to take it for myself in my adulthood. It has however been a season of unpacking and breaking down things I have swallowed without questioning with the aim to build again. I left church about a year...

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Phantom Limb

By: Kgabo Chuene A couple of weeks ago my grandfather passed away and for me this was my first ever close experience of death. I had always wondered how I would react or feel when the time came. For as long as I can remember my grandfather had been at peace with death, he spoke of it casually all the time and made jokes about it, in fact that’s how most of us are in my family.  The experience I must say made me ever so grateful to...

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Wealth Is Birthed From A Natured Idea
Jul10

Wealth Is Birthed From A Natured Idea

By: Kgabo Chuene South Africa has one of the highest rates of public investment in education in the world.  At about 7% of gross domestic product (GDP) and 20% of total state expenditure, the government spends more on education than on any other sector. However very few people make it into South African universities and of those who do, only 15 percent of undergraduate students in the 23 public universities actually graduate.  Those...

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A Squandering Generation
Jun18

A Squandering Generation

By: Kgabo Chuene In a conversation with a friend a couple of weeks ago we were speaking about the difference in what we value compared to past generations. For us 90s kids we were either very young or not born yet when a new democracy was celebrated in our country. Our parents grew up in the apartheid times and were sort of forced to develop a survival attitude. They did what had to be done whether they liked it or not. We were...

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