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Feminine Africa Voices – Megan

Feminine Africa Voices | Megan

Feminine Africa Voices: Megan Hardy | Mother and Natural Medicant | So I’m the mom to a very beautiful little boy named Joshua Gabriel and he is teaching me many things in this life. He is autistic and non-verbal at the moment. He’s five and a half and he’s a ...

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Feminine Africa Voices – Jax

Feminine Africa Voices | Jax

Feminine Africa Voices: Jacqueline Cupido | Social Just Activist | Woman and Children | I work with women and children specifically in my community, and my reason for that is that our community is plagued with a lot of social ills. So something like rape is something normal in our ...

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Feminine Africa Voices – Thania

Africa Feminine Voices | Thania

Feminine Africa Voices: Thania Sgwentu | Mother and Law Student | This is a topic we discuss often amongst our peers, my brothers, siblings and friends, and what we have concluded and what I believe I have concluded is that there is an air of women wanting to have equal ...

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Feminine Africa Voices – Melite

Africa Feminine Voices | Melite

Feminine Africa Voices: Melite Vivier | Film Producer Look, it’s really easy to trick us if we are really not careful, so it comes down to my answer and remedy for everything. When I feel that a country is suffering, I believe that education is the answer. Even in South ...

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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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