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​Faye Kabali-Kagwa

​Faye Kabali-Kagwa

    ​Silences speak of bitter times
    ​Silences speak of bitter times
    “Your daughter looks just like …” Jennifer Makumbi rattles off the name of one of my aunts whom I don’t see very often. “This one is...
    Inextricable link between jazz and fashion
    Inextricable link between jazz and fashion
    The Cape Town International Jazz Festival has become a staple in the South African musical events diary. Defining jazz and what it means is a...
    Stranger than fiction
    Stranger than fiction
    ‘Nom has no choice but to fight. The gang has her surrounded.”
    SS Mendi ritual breaks new ground
    SS Mendi ritual breaks new ground
    Seven feminine figures, seven red-stained lips, seven sets of heels, six white jumpsuits, one figure in an umbhaco holding an iTsoba — Lhola...
    Where theatre dreams are made real
    Where theatre dreams are made real
    ‘This is a dream of its own. An authentic dream,” Mandisi Sindo says of the Makukhanye Art Room.