Most of us set something we like to call 'New Years resolutions' each year, which many people may know as a list of things one would want to achieve in that year. It means the same to me but I see it as more than just a list. It's a way of teaching yourself growth… Continue reading New years resolutions
The annual Feather Awards took place last night! Unfortunately I couldn't (for obvious reasons, bank balance and being irrelevant) but social media was buzzing about the event! Among other things that people were talking about was Skolopad and Zodwa wabantu. Apparently Skolopad and Zodwa wabantu are having 'beef' I first heard of this beef when… Continue reading Feather awards 2017
Asking For A Friend By Siyamthanda Nxumalo Dating a serial cheater who cheats on you every 5 seconds You catch him a hundred times, He cries, Asking, begging for forgiveness Saying he will change, But he never does. Your heart is shattered, Your spirit is crushed, Your self esteem is no more. You eventually get… Continue reading Asking For A Friend
I did two photoshoots about three weeks ago and they turned out greater than I had anticipated, I was very excited! I always want to involve myself in things regarding modelling, writing, acting and just generally growing myself and others through art. Thalente Khomo, an amazing photographer, had asked if she could take pictures of… Continue reading Clothes have no gender
I managed to convince a very close friend of mine to write an article so I could publish on my blog. I wanted to share his work with you guys so that you could also witness how much of a great writer he is, I really admire his work. Here it is: We Should All… Continue reading We Should All Be Political Creatures
Durban gay pride I went to the Durban Pride on Saturday the 24th and it was LIT! It was so much fun and I enjoyed every minute of it! It was so refreshing to see everyone being themselves and not caring about what anyone thinks about them. The Durban Pride was behind The Workshop at… Continue reading Durban gay pride!
This Sunday (June 11th), we decided to attend the opening of The BAT Centre Arts Exhibition here in Durban. Since June is youth month, the art displayed was painted only by young artists. I must say, the art displayed is really good and I felt as though each art piece had a strong, deep message to it.… Continue reading Open Arts Exhibition!
Last weekend on Saturday on the 3rd of June, Nkanyiso and I and went to the Koleka Putuma - Collective Amnesia book launch at the BAT Centre and I was blown away! Image credit: Elelwani Netshifhire I had read a poem I saw on Facebook by Koleka Putuma, I thought it was great, I asked who she… Continue reading Collective Amnesia
Happy June month! I am very excited as we have entered this new month, a lot of great things will be happening but what I am mostly excited about is that my super close friend, Nkanyiso Sifunda, has joined the Siyabae team! I'm sure we are all familiar with his work, even from social media (to… Continue reading New month! New beginnings!
I am re-launching my YouTube channel! I've had a YouTube channel for about 6 years now (since 2011) but I have never taken full advantage of the channel. I figured about a week ago that maybe it was time I put it to good use. I am planning on re-launching it. I have already started working… Continue reading YouTube Channel relaunch