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Lapa La Rona Catering

…where food is art…

On Saturday we visited this lovely house Restaurant…well its both actually! This beautiful bubbly soul Mary Matsaba turned this house in… 268 more words

Food Ekasi

Hacking is too much hard


Long Days in Soweto: part 1

I only know the basics of my day when I wake up in the morning, but I can tell that it will be long. I wake up in my bunk in the compound in Soweto and lay there a moment, listening to the sounds of people waking up around me. 680 more words

This Is My Life

(Day 8)Blues Psychedelic

Soweto, dancing in my pocket.
A rainy- tapping kinda night.
Folding red chairs, popping in and out of sight.
Swaying in a journey,
waking up to Conga. 33 more words

Black History Hero: Winnie Mandela


After her husband, Nelson Mandela, was released from prison in 1990, Winnie Mandela shared in his political activities, despite her scandalous reputation. In 1993, Winnie became president of the African National Congress Women’s League, and in 1994, she was elected to Parliament. 781 more words

Black History


We headed off this morning buoyed by our red bus experience in the CBD yesterday. Today we were setting off to explore Soweto an English abbreviation – South Western Townships. 1,505 more words


Soweto, South Africa ~ Two blondes in a Tuk Tuk

Wednesday, January 28th ~ Soweto, South Africa

Our Gate 1 tour came to an end on the evening of the 25th. Tim and I had a couple of days on our own in Johannesburg where we just took it easy and relaxed. 1,114 more words