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The Cheeky Natives
Black Literature Podcast by Dr and
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I want to burn sage all over your mess 🌈🌈 May 16
The sage, ⁦⁩ wrote this delightful review on ⁦⁩ “Soweto under the Apricot Tree” publishes by ⁦⁩ . Give it a read!
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Vuyo Mzini 8h
“I wanted to trouble the waters a little bit”- on the reframing Of accountabilities explored in
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Vuyo Mzini 8h
“Nation building necessarily has to be broader than the rubric of race” - on how the reconciliation project needed to be broader than the vilification of Mam’ Winnie
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Pesalome Bophirima 9h
Letlhogonolo kicks off with an excerpt from Alice Walker.
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Kate Rogan 8h
Launching Sisonke Msimang’s ‘The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela’. Absolutely jampacked - this is one of our biggest launches ever. Sisonke is chatting to the Cheeky Natives
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Gillian A 8h
There is a no doubt that is charasmatically enticing. The audience is spellbound at the launch of her book @JonathanBallPublishers
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Vuyo Mzini 8h
“The surprise of how unready we were for mam’ Winnie’s passing; the state was thoroughly unprepared, primarily because she was frozen in time” - on how we didn’t allow Mam’ Winnie to age (to live)
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Lorraine Sithole 9h
the venue is packed with SAfricans of all hues and ages. Joburg has been good to its readers. The publishers and others, have kept us enveloped in stories this winter. you are the best. soup🥣
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Word N Sound 5h
THIS SUNDAY: We've got the coming your way with the in conversation with & . We also have the prelaunch of , the coolest colouring book ever!
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Mgqom'wolwazi 8h
We attend book launches, buy the books, get it signed by the author network and have red wine.
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Nkanyezi Tshabalala 8h
'We need to hold EVERYONE accountable. We can't be so focused on mam' Winnie and not hold everyone else accountable.' is in conversation with at the launch of .
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Mmalo-we 6h
so looking forward to indulging in your beautiful work. You are amazing and a worthy voice for the story of Mama Winnie✊. Shout out to for a brilliant dialogue
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Pesalome Bophirima 7h
Kudos to for a warm and insightful conversation. You deserve land of your own.
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Thando Maeko 9h
[Winnie Mandela] was a warrior not a witch-
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Pearl Boshomane Tsotetsi 8h
Replying to @Pearloysias
“The other side of trouble is a possibility.” — Sisonke Msimang
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Pearl Boshomane Tsotetsi 8h
Replying to @Pearloysias
“I’m interested in redeeming Winnie Mandela because redemption is not something that is offered to women who have erred.” — Sisonke Msimang. Mic drop.
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Pearl Boshomane Tsotetsi 8h
Replying to @Pearloysias
“[Winnie and Nelson’s love] is wonderful, it’s passionate and it’s sustaining. And they choose each other.” — Sisonke Msimang
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Pearl Boshomane Tsotetsi 8h
Replying to @Pearloysias
“So many times when we talk about black people it’s in terms of deficit.” — Sisonke. Msimang.
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Pearl Boshomane Tsotetsi 8h
Replying to @Pearloysias
“If we’re going to hold Winnie Mandela to account, then we must hold EVERYBODY to account. But if we’re not going to hold everybody to account, then we should not be so focused on Winnie Mandela.” Sisonke Msimang preaching the gospel!!!!
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Pearl Boshomane Tsotetsi 8h
Replying to @Pearloysias
“Many people adored her, but they did not necessarily see her.”
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