Month

December 2019
“My skin is black My arms are long My hair is woolly My back is strong Strong enough to take the pain inflicted again and again What do they call me My name is AUNT SARAH”, (or rather, Nokwanda) When it comes to narrating the struggles and pain of women, no one makes me resonate...
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Yikhani is a platform for inclusive and accessible dialogues that unpack a range of pressing social, political and economic issues. We work interactively – not autonomously. Using a bottom-up approach as the method of engagement, we work with people from all walks of life to disrupt, share stories, exchange ideas, evolve, innovate and transform.