A Women’s Month Interview

Wow, August has been doing the most, with all the things happening at once. And one of the things was a lovely interview I did on CapeTalk earlier this week. I was invited by Sara-Jayne King be part of a series of interviews which features some of South Africa’s most inspiring women as part of their

Coloured Mentality: Are Coloured People Racist?

I felt incredibly humbled to be featured in the first instalment of Coloured Mentality‘s second season. I’m especially grateful to this platform for allowing honest, necessary and, sometimes, uncomfortable conversations around race, land and gender politics to occupy space in the social arena. As posted by the Coloured Mentality team: “A lot of media attention

Square Cafe & Wine Bar

In my pursuit of this “blogging lifestyle”, one thing that’s important to me is finding good spaces to relax, have a glass of wine, and write. One such place is Square Cafe & Wine Bar at the Century City Hotel. A few months back I was looking for somewhere to do afterwork drinks. And in

4pm at The Piano Bar

#SpringCollection It’s Friday, and I’ve been spending the last few days writing and playing with my new camera lens I bought in the week (very exciting). I haven’t been out in a while because new toys just need all the attention. So I’m feeling need to be social, do things, go out, see people, change

Day 30: Next

#30DaysOfSelfCare So many of you have been asking me what I plan on doing after day 30. Will I continue writing? Is the blog over? What if we have questions? I started this series as a way to talk through some of my thoughts and to share trans lived experiences and narratives. When I wrote