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by Mpumi Cilibe   There were moments when I felt that she was far stricter and harsher with me than with the rest of my siblings. But I must admit that there were also times when I felt her tenderness

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His eyes were blue

by Abigail George   “God took you out of my life for a reason.” Arms as pale as milk, black eyes, little foal, innocent and tender as Zelda Fitzgerald, genius wonder boy of the family – in this dark house

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Verses for Bantu Biko and Imam Haroon Inspires

By Yousuf Cajee   The audience at “Verses for Biko & Imam Haroon”, held on 28 September at the Nana Memorial Hall in Crosby, Jozi, was riveting as the audience was treated to soul-stirring poetry by Gillian Schutte, Siza Nkosi,

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Czardas

by Noel King   Dust dances in the light above my son’s violin. I am recalling the days I never heard him practise. Being a CEO, I was busy, away a lot, when I was at home it was down-time

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A Day In August

by Palesa Mazamisa   The phone rang. Mpumi watched the numbers flash on the screen, urging her to pick up. She didn’t recognise the number, so she continued watching how with each ring the vibration inched the shuddering phone along

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