A legacy set in stone

By Drum Digital
05 October 2015

What started out as a high school student's school project has become a memorable mission to honour the legendary Dolly Rathebe.

History can provide wonderful lessons. Often, we get the chance to learn from our predecessors' mistakes and create a better future. But sometimes history shines a light on something or someone special, and we become inspired to dig deeper.

This was the case when a Grade 12 school girl was given a history project: to create a digital and visual presentation on a heritage site or momentum, or in honour of a legend.

Her subject was none other than a former DRUM cover girl and jazz icon Dolly Rathebe. But what was intended as a simple project has turned into something bigger.

Read more in the October 08 DRUM issue. 

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