Vuyolwethu Heather Dubese
  • 19, Female
  • Cape Town, Western Cape
  • South Africa
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New Project - Times of Ulutsha (ulutsha means youth in isiXhosa)

Greetings FamTwo friends and I are very excited to be establishing a youth-centric community newspaper for South Africa (to be distributed across Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Durban and Jozi and Pretoria). Although we are two days old and we haven't yet received any funding with regards to printing and other costs, we have realised the importance of an online presence and can be found on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (details below).Our website for now is Facebook and we've started feeding the…See More
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Vuyolwethu Heather Dubese commented on Vuyolwethu Heather Dubese's blog post The paramour love affair with SELF of an African woman
"Thank you Brady, yes I wrote it. Dankie too Bra Mike, I'll post it now :')"
Feb 18
Michael Donahue commented on Vuyolwethu Heather Dubese's blog post The paramour love affair with SELF of an African woman
"YES!  Beautiful! Post this on the African Boldleaders Facebook page please!  "
Feb 18
Brady Rhodes commented on Vuyolwethu Heather Dubese's blog post The paramour love affair with SELF of an African woman
"Love this!  Did you write it? "
Feb 18
Vuyolwethu Heather Dubese posted a blog post

The paramour love affair with SELF of an African woman

(The paramour love affair with SELF of an African woman) In a meet and greet session with sis' Lebo Mashile ( South African poet and actress) that I attended a few weeks ago, the central topic of discussion was the state of conscious artists in Africa, both males and females and their untainted consistency when rivals of commercial material in the industry are growing faster than the political party counts in South Africa. Not only was the state of music and the creative industry in South…See More
Feb 18
Ebegbulem Casmir commented on Vuyolwethu Heather Dubese's blog post EKSE MLUNGU, WHERE’S MY OPPORTUNITY, MY FUTURE?
"Lol...i wanna see the new article that is 'non aggressive'"
Aug 12, 2013
Vuyolwethu Heather Dubese commented on Vuyolwethu Heather Dubese's blog post EKSE MLUNGU, WHERE’S MY OPPORTUNITY, MY FUTURE?
"Yes sir, wouldn't agree to it so yeah"
Jul 27, 2013
Michael Donahue commented on Vuyolwethu Heather Dubese's blog post EKSE MLUNGU, WHERE’S MY OPPORTUNITY, MY FUTURE?
"non aggressive???? "
Jul 26, 2013
Vuyolwethu Heather Dubese commented on Vuyolwethu Heather Dubese's blog post EKSE MLUNGU, WHERE’S MY OPPORTUNITY, MY FUTURE?
"It was on my blog a few months ago, tried to publish it at One publication but was told to clean it up a bit and try and make it "non aggressive" . I'll try it in the local newspaper :)"
Jul 26, 2013
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Jul 26, 2013
Michael Donahue commented on Vuyolwethu Heather Dubese's blog post EKSE MLUNGU, WHERE’S MY OPPORTUNITY, MY FUTURE?
"OK, where else are you publishing this?  This is kick ass and will shake some trees."
Jul 26, 2013
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Which program did you do or are currently doing?
2011/12 Sub-Saharan Africa Youth Leadership Program
What are some issues facing your community?
Teenage Pregnancy
School drop-outs
Gangsterism
About Me:
Talkative
Confident
Controlled vulnerability
Spiritual
A life learner
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New Project - Times of Ulutsha (ulutsha means youth in isiXhosa)

Posted on April 10, 2014 at 5:56am 0 Comments

Greetings Fam

Two friends and I are very excited to be establishing a youth-centric community newspaper for South Africa (to be distributed across Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Durban and Jozi and Pretoria). Although we are two days old and we haven't yet received any funding with regards to printing and other costs, we have realised the importance of an online presence and can be found on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (details below).

Our website for now is Facebook and…

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The paramour love affair with SELF of an African woman

Posted on February 18, 2014 at 8:30am 3 Comments

(The paramour love affair with SELF of an African woman)



In a meet and greet session with sis' Lebo Mashile ( South African poet and actress) that I attended a few weeks ago, the central topic of discussion was the state of conscious artists in Africa, both males and females and their untainted consistency when rivals of commercial material in the industry are growing faster than the political party counts in South Africa. Not…

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EKSE MLUNGU, WHERE’S MY OPPORTUNITY, MY FUTURE?

Posted on July 19, 2013 at 7:22am 5 Comments

The tried and erred education system in South Africa is fucked up and for

goodness sake, yes we’ve recognised (thank you SSA and SABC News) in what

way the department has failed but allow me to be a realist my friend –

LIFE GOES ON. And, as this life poignantly sashays away, time chaperones it

with the opportunities it presents to us. These opportunities are

impregnated with fruition for your future young man and woman, if you don’t

grab them someone…

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The bloody truth about Female Genital Mutilation

Posted on July 19, 2013 at 7:12am 0 Comments

“Four women visited our home during the December holidays. The next thing they started teaching me was about womanhood. Later that night the women took me into a separate room and my hands were tied with a rope and two strong women held my legs apart. Then an elderly woman sat straight facing me, with a sharp knife in her hands. In just two minutes, the elderly woman had cut off my entire clitoris,” a 16-year-old Sudanese migrant (Habiba) explains to writer,  Hassan…
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