Today we remember when our founder, duduzile zamantungwa mabaso was on a panel at the first Abantu Book Fest in 2016. In a discussion titled, Our Stories On Stage and On Screen, Mabaso chats with author Nozizwe Cynthia Jele and actor, Florence Masebe about how our stories appear on television.
To keep it simple, Duduzile Mabaso, 34, describes herself as a creative. And it’s easy to see why: she is a writer, editor, designer, publisher and bookseller. Mabaso founded online magazine Poetry Potion in 2007 to showcase pan-African and, more recently, international poets, and in 2011 she created her own publishing
this week’s #FlashFictionFriday, less than a minute to enjoy it. She should’ve been storming. Exploding, crashing, tearing hair out. Tossing the wig. Screaming. Losing it. But something had settled. Cut through the chaos. Slipped through the din. Landed in her centre and quietened. She wouldn’t call it peace. Not with
These are short short stories. Bits of experiences meant to fit into your holidays, your real life adventure. Little love affairs, short intervals that are slightly scary, romantic, full of whimsy. Steamy escapes and sweet acts of love. Featuring stories by Ilze Hugo, Lebogang Tlou, Liam Kruger, Megan Ross,