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Ousmane Sembène once said “If Africans don’t tell their story, Africa will soon disappear.” This week we sat down with Kholi Dhliwayo, the curator of AfrOURban Art, a collective that documents African urbanism and highlights the beauty in our cities. We discussed the importance of taking control of our narratives and cataloguing our history in order to have our voices authentically represented on a global stage. In addition, Kholi highlights the significance of African Art as a form of resistance to longstanding neocolonial imagery within a wider transnational context. We also debate the media coverage on South Africa’s land debate.

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