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- The Regional Network Gathering for the BMW Foundation Responsible Leaders from Sub-Saharan Africa - Dirt Under Our Fingernails was produced by Andile Masuku, Siphokazi Jonas, & Brendan “Spike” Ballantine for the Regional Network Gathering for BMW Foundation Responsible Leaders from Sub-Saharan Africa. What does it mean to be connected to the land we live on? Responsible Leaders Andile Masuku and Siphokazi Jonas produced an audio experience connecting Responsible LeadersContinue reading "The Regional Network Gathering for the BMW Foundation Responsible Leaders from Sub-Saharan Africa"
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- Siphokazi Jonas delivers Pan-African Moët & Chandon ‘Toast to Today’ unites 10 countries in Africa on Champagne Day - MOËT & CHANDON CELEBRATES CHAMPAGNE DAY WITH A GRAND ‘TOAST TO TODAY’ From South Africa to Dubai, the French Champagne House brought people together in glamorous celebration Moët & Chandon has been associated with the celebration of success and of life’s most memorable moments for nearly three centuries. It Is the world’s most loved champagne for goodContinue reading "Siphokazi Jonas delivers Pan-African Moët & Chandon ‘Toast to Today’ unites 10 countries in Africa on Champagne Day"
- Poetry and Song, LIVE! at Youngblood - A special evening of Poetry and Song with the inimitable Siphokazi Jonas, Dylan Red, Heinrich Frans, Benedict De Maar and Valentino Europa.
- The Makhadzi Commandment - For Makhadzi and those who are bullied away from the light Poem: The Makhadzi Commandment.#stopbullyingmakhadzi#makhadzi
- South Africa: A place of many names - Siphokazi Jonas creates a bespoke love letter to her country, South Africa. Listen to her words as she takes you on a journey across South Africa showcasing the diversity and beauty the country has to offer. Continue your journey online by visiting g.co/ShareSouthAfrica for more virtual exploration.
- What does not sink | SONA poem, 11th February 2021 - by Siphokazi Jonas Ufikile unogumbe, ugalelekile,akankqonkqozi, udiliza umgubasi.There is a flood inside our house.The water climbs up the walls when we weep;it does not let us breath.Everything is wet with grief. Before this pandemic we would cast a funeral song into the dark like a flare,and the neighbours would come to strengthen our arms asContinue reading "What does not sink | SONA poem, 11th February 2021"