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Poet, musician and radio host MoAfrika wa Mokgathi is an artist on a mission.

Born and bred in Mamelodi, the 32-year-old is not only involved in teaching other rising stars the traits of the creative arts industry, she's also taken an active stance against social issues, such as gender-based violence and racism, through her poetry.

She sat down with City Press journalist Molebogeng Mokoka to talk this, as well as the importance of cherishing culture beyond Heritage month.

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