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Celebrating African women through visual art

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Which Njabulo Greatjoy Ndlovu’s work is. His paint strokes are not mere pretty pictures, but a gracefully told story. Picture: Supplied
Which Njabulo Greatjoy Ndlovu’s work is. His paint strokes are not mere pretty pictures, but a gracefully told story. Picture: Supplied

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People walk briskly up and down the pavement outside August House, an old building that houses a few art studios, cars zig-zag the crevices in the road and taxi drivers execute elaborate but illegal driving techniques to reach their destinations quicker.

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