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When women are train stations

by Dimakatso Sedite   I knew a man who had a woman at every station, each drenched in the perfume of her township, oozing with the warmth of the bosoms and blankets of their grandmothers. Mahikeng fed him hugs filled

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Black Boy Fly

by Thabiso Tshowa   Black Boy Fly is a story or maybe it’s a game about the human race about how we can be loving and hurtful at the same time but if you play your cards right you can

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Poems by Sihle Ntuli

Jomo   orlando stadium as a dancefloor spinning, on top the football oh the flair, the two step defenders left, in the open abandoned show me inumber number ten legend scores dlala Jomo legend leaps into the cosmos   The

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The Brink of Bursting: Confessions of a Balloon Fetishist

by Ray Gary   The very particular beauty of a balloon is inseparable from its fragility. For a number of people, most of whom choose to remain anonymous, this beauty extends beyond reminisces of childhood. A Google search of ‘balloon fetish’

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Composer at Large: Diary/Memoir

by John Simon   excerpt from entry Stanwell Sunday 30 March 2008 Sex under Apartheid I have to say my life at this time was wild and exciting. Johannesburg was a confident, self-assured, if highly dislocated city, with a citizenry

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