Paballo Chauke

Society’s definitions of love don’t work for all of us

Everyone deserves all kinds of love; however, not receiving it does not make me any less worthy of being human, writes Paballo Chauke

Thief in the night: Covid took my mom

The virus has stolen our last attempts at giving her life dignity; we couldn’t pay our respects or give her the send-off she deserved

The pencil test still colours the rainbow nation illusion

This latest racist hair fiasco is just one more thing that all the darkies in me are tired of defending and explaining

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