South Africans might not be clear who in the ANC is winning the battle, but there is little doubt that it is the people of the country who are losing, writes Howard Feldman.
Pupils and staff at Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School were honoured to have Isibaya actress and now author, Ayanda Borotho, chat to them as part of the launch of her book, Unbecoming to Become. Borotho has a special connection to GHS principal, Andrew Graaf, who was her English teacher from Grade 9 to matric, and mentions him in the book as the person who introduced her to storytelling and the reason she fell in love with stories. The talk was inspirational, relatable and mostly enjoyed by all. With Borotho is Aphelele Ndwandwe (back, left), Asanda Goba, Nozipho Kubone (front, left) and Karabelo Lefefa.PHOTO: SUPPLIED
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