COVER STORIES

Sanele ‘Ice Prince’ Xaba

Living his best life with albinism

By Nonsindiso Qwabe

 “Albinism is just another shade of black. Skin colour is like a big field full of different flowers. You have roses, you have sunflowers, you have dandelions. On their own, they all are beautiful, but they look better together in one field.”


Thembelihle Ngcai

Against All Odds

By: Avumile Mbhele

Being born different or being disabled in society means one may have to face the difficulties of isolation and being the outcast within communities. Unnecessarily. We had a chat with Thembelihle Ngcai, a published essayist and speaker, and an advocate for inclusive education and disabled people’s sexual and reproductive health rights.