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Maglera Doe Boy wants the whole world to know about the continent and her people. Photo: Rosetta Msimango/City Press
Maglera Doe Boy wants the whole world to know about the continent and her people. Photo: Rosetta Msimango/City Press

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The pain that stems from being black is evident in the way we express ourselves artistically, and there can’t be many artists who embody this more than Maglera Doe Boy, whose given name is Tokelo Moyakhe.

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