• MOXIE Chats

    MOXIE Chats to Thuli Zikalala

    Thuli and I did our honours degree in South African Sign Language in 2015 and we’ve stayed in contact since, collaborating on a few projects. I was so incredibly happy and proud to see her in the news this year.…

  • MOXIE Thoughts

    A rallying call

    We know all too well the toxicity that abounds party politics in our country and this ruling most certainly will add a new dimension to our electoral process. But more importantly, this ruling opens our political field and I think…

  • MOXIE Thoughts

    Life is Unpredictable

    So I’ve been contemplating writing about my experience for some time now. I didn’t want it to be misjudged as a cry for attention but nevertheless the awareness is greater than what people think these days. At first I was…

  • Creative Things

    Alive

    By Tshepo Jamillah Moyo   You are sunshine yellow. The lightness in the air. The little bit of scent the breeze carries in spring. You’re the skirts that bellow. The glowing skin. The dreadlock that does what it wants. You’re the…

  • MOXIE Thoughts

    Forced Abortions

    by Tshego Senne   The conversation about abortion is in no way a new one. For decades, people have chosen one side of the pro-choice or ‘choose life’ coin even though it feels ludicrous to argue about any individual’s right…

  • Creative Things

    Lazy Sunday

    by Mbaliyekhethelo AKA Chosen Sunflower   New Chapters means starting anew, hitting the refresh button and just take things as they come, day by day, moment by moment. I am elated to be closing off a past that is filled…

  • Creative Things

    No more compromising

    By Zubaydah Bashir   A few years ago, I would not have told you I wanted to be a filmmaker, or be involved in activism. I would have given you an entire list of occupations I couldn’t even remember today.…