The second episode of Mokapelo I shot was with Simnikiwe. She had put herself under immense pressure relationship-wise because she (1) wanted to get married by 30 (she's 26) and, (2) the next guy she went out with HAD to be the one. This was because Sim's plans had been scuppered by life. She had intended … Continue reading Where Does Your Value Lie?
I invite you to serve as a witness to my vow of faithfulness to myself: I, Kagiso Muntu Msimango, vow to open up to life. I built walls to protect me, instead they imprisoned me. Now I bring them down. This is my pledge; to say “YES!” to life. I pledge to be gentle with … Continue reading My Vow of Faithfulness to Myself
A few weeks ago I was at the gym, warming up on the rowing machine. Within minutes I was battling; burning thighs, aching shoulders and unstable knees. Based on my performance I deduced that it would take another 3 minutes to get to my 1000m target. I doubted that I could last that long. Having … Continue reading Appreciation: The New Gratitude
After reading my post imploring women to burn their holey, sagging, distressed, discoloured and other wise worse of wear underwear, a naughty goddess called Theresa sent me this entry from urbandictionary.com which captures in two words what I used 10 to describe. April 13: Famine Underwear The garments you wear during a shortage of underwear, when … Continue reading Do NOT touch me on my Famine Underwear, Mr Visagie.