A Voice For South Africa's Post-Apartheid Generation

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For the final installment of our series Emerging Cultural Voices from Africa, we go to South Africa. Lebo Mashile is a poet, performer and writer. She is a leading voice of the "born-frees" — the young generation of post-apartheid South Africa.



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