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Feminine Africa Voices – Nicola

Feminine Africa Voices | Nicola

Feminine Africa Voices: Nicola Lazenby | Artist This is my exhibition of my new collection of artworks, called “Lulama”, which means wolf woman, and the reason I started creating this work was because I came back from a four-month pilgrimage, walking in the wild. I was doing a section of ...

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Feminine Africa Voices – Gillian

Feminine Africa Voices

Feminine Africa Voices: Gillian Parenzee | Mother | Teacher | Organic Grower | Ethical Entrepreneur I’m a single mom. I homeschooled my child from a young age because he didn’t fit into a system. Having to go through the system was slowly destroying my boy. My homeschooling journey also was ...

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Feminine Africa Voices – Bulelwa

Feminine Africa Voices

Feminine Africa Voices: Bulelwa Fesi | Mother What is happening currently is not good for our children. If you look at the schools, there’s no respect for teachers and that respect goes a long way, because if you look at the kids of today, tomorrow they are going to be ...

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Feminine Africa Voices – Kate

Feminine Africa Voices | Kate

Feminine Africa Voices: Kate Ferguson | Anthropologist My background is in social and cultural anthropology and I worked for three and a half years with the San bushman people in the Northern Cape in community-based conflict resolution and alternative dispute resolution which is very much the foundation of any work ...

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Feminine Africa Voices – Caitlyn

Feminine Africa Voices | Caitlyn

Feminine Africa Voices: Caitlyn Collins | Mother and Midwife How we are born ourselves and how our mothers are born into motherhood is very important and has a huge impact on society at large. I think it is something that through deeper exploration around midwifery and the history of midwifery ...

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Feminine Africa Voices – Fudwa

Feminine Africa Voices | Fudwa

Feminine Africa Voices: Fudwa Thomas | Teacher Firstly, my journey started before becoming a teacher. The journey of a teacher starts with what changed their lives, what made them decide to become a teacher. And being a so-called, “Colored Person”, growing up in the Cape Flats with only a mother, ...

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Feminine Africa Voices – Kym

Feminine Africa Voices | Kym

Feminine Africa Voices: Kym Abrahams | Mother and Natural Therapist I would say my main mission is to grow my kids in a positive free way in their living, in their spirituality, in their thinking, to be free and to be open to free thinking actually, as well, and I ...

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Feminine Africa Voices – Albertina

Feminine African Voices | Albertina

Feminine Africa Voices: Albertina Ngqame | Community Activist | Educator and Organic Grower The children are neglected. The children, they lose hope, even from parents, even from the street. Now, what I’m trying to do, to say today, we need to work together. Your child is my child. We have ...

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Feminine Africa Voices – Puleng

Feminine Africa Voices | Puleng

Feminine Africa Voices: Puleng Matthews | Mother and Director Women still are the custodians of the land, right. They are still the people that work the land, but they do not own it. This notion of ownership is a very colonial concept by itself, but in the context of the ...

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Feminine Africa Voices – Nonzwakazi

Nonzwakazi | Feminine Africa Voices

Feminine Africa Voices: Nonzwakazi Noluntu Sgwentu | Mother Activist Educator | International Motivational Speaker My name is Nonzwakazi Nolunto Sgwentu. Both my names have got a meaning because in my tradition, children don’t just get given names, there always has to have meaning into it. Nonzwakazi means the deepest beauty, and ...

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