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Milisuthando Bongela

Milisuthando Bongela

Milisuthando Bongela is the arts and culture editor at the Mail & Guardian. 
    Imagining the Loeries from the future, where the current inequalities are dealt with
    Imagining the Loeries from the future, where the current inequalities are dealt with
    Taking a look at the ad industry’s premier event from a futuristic perspective sheds light on its current inequalities.
    ​A runway fit for a queen – powerful West African queen Abla Pokou, in fact
    ​A runway fit for a queen – powerful West African queen Abla Pokou, in fact
    'Her descendants are the Baoulé tribe, the largest in today’s Côte d’Ivoire, having assimilated smaller tribes over time.'
    Who have we become? A vignette on everyday humanity, or the lack thereof
    Who have we become? A vignette on everyday humanity, or the lack thereof
    Iimbali is a regular column by Friday editor Milisuthando Bongela, and is a space for stories and other narrative-based social analysis.
    Miss Milli Recommends: The Bertram's inner city farm is all goodness and no pretence
    Miss Milli Recommends: The Bertram's inner city farm is all goodness and no pretence
    ​The Bambanani organic vegetable farm at Bertrams has given me life since discovering the affordable, earthy vegetables
    Dine in true Art Deco style if you're looking for a stand-out treat in Parkhurst
    Dine in true Art Deco style if you're looking for a stand-out treat in Parkhurst
    Everything in this Parkhurst restaurant makes for a perfect dining experience.
    Conquering the "undesirables" — my bumpy, bruising ride to loving myself
    Conquering the "undesirables" — my bumpy, bruising ride to loving myself
    The thing about indoctrination is that it’s seldom a painful process.
    It's all about perspective — shifting my gaze to find meaning in the mundane
    It's all about perspective — shifting my gaze to find meaning in the mundane
    I am learning that, in a perfect way, life on the left hand will confuse and worry you with problems and, on the right, hold the bread of solutions.
    ​The Dronegoddess is a woman first – and a spirit, a student and an artist
    ​The Dronegoddess is a woman first – and a spirit, a student and an artist
    At 26, Rochelle ‘Rharha’ Nembhard has a face that has already graced multiple publications including Vogue magazine’s Style.com.
    Tech artist bends the net to create decolonial, spiritual therapy for the digital age
    Tech artist bends the net to create decolonial, spiritual therapy for the digital age
    Her emotional, political and spiritual journey is an eclectic mix of New Age philosophy and ancient belief systems from Egypt to South Africa.
    @Noksangoma explains the five types of spirits you may not have known about
    @Noksangoma explains the five types of spirits you may not have known about
    Sangoma Nokulinda Mkhize analyses the ancestors found in Southern African bloodlines.
    It is time to heed the calls of awakening
    It is time to heed the calls of awakening
    The world and the energies in it are shifting and perhaps we ought to be shifting as well and becoming more aligned with spiritual connections.