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Faye Kabali-Kagwa

Faye Kabali-Kagwa

    The chameleon: Musonda Kabwe
    The chameleon: Musonda Kabwe
    Musonda “Müs” Kabwe is a 24-year-old Zambian-born, Jozi-bred illustrator and graphic designer.
    Poets reclaim Cape Town's historical narrative
    Poets reclaim Cape Town's historical narrative
    ‘It’s funny that you call this place Kaapstad. Kaap means ‘steal’ in Dutch. Kapen. ‘To steal’,” says Sjaan Flikweert. She says this...
    Poets’ society revolution
    Poets’ society revolution
    A tiny literary revolution is taking over my bookshelf.
    Reimagining the lens of land
    Reimagining the lens of land
    The question of land is no longer left to politicians. Very recently, “the land” has become the property of the public, at least in terms of...
    We flew out of the creative nest
    We flew out of the creative nest
    It’s 6pm in Cape Town and we know that it’s time to leave. This is the magic hour, when colour is drained out of the city. This is something we...
    Children’s theatre festival cradled creativity and encouraged empathy
    Children’s theatre festival cradled creativity and encouraged empathy
    In the history of South African theatre, you will be hard-pressed to find any plays for children that have become part of our story in the way that...