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Flow Magazine seeks to motivate and inspire, through knowledge and insight, energy and alignment, connection to self and others. Inspiring. Amazing. African.
Bringing new healing techniques to South Africa, Dr. Naylor and her colleagues consider next steps to sustaining their ground-breaking work. Naku Masuku, MSc [Community Development], Professional Services Director at Central Gauteng Mental Health Society, CGMHS, Pam Gillingham, MSc [Social Work], Director of the Family Life Center, FAMSA, and Zanele Luhabe-Morrison, BSc [Business], Life Coach on […]
Many of us understand the importance of self-healing through meditation and yoga, therapy and exercise. However, when the trauma and violence gets too much, when our healers find it difficult to cope, where do they go? What do they do? We recently sat down with Naku Masuku, MSc [Community Development], Professional Services Director at Central Gauteng […]
Flow highlighted DemoAfrica, a continent-wide initiative created to spur the growth and investment in African tech innovation. Little did we know that barely a month later, the Zimbabwean DemoAfrica 2014 winner, Saisai Wireless, would be on stage quizzing President Barack Obama at the US/Africa Summit. We called them up for a quick interview and caught up with […]
The system of racial oppression in South Africa touched every aspect of life here. As a result, over time, black South Africans and their allies built the freedom struggle in four arenas of action: mass action, underground organization, armed struggle, and international mobilization. In this way, each aspect of the system would be met with […]
We recently sat down with Mthetho Tshemese, a Certified and Practising South African South Psychologist. While in private practice, he often appears on television shows, speaks at conferences, is involved in the creative industry, is very active on twitter, and was recently appointed by the Deputy President to the South African National AIDS Council’s Trust. […]
Music is one of the most important aspects throughout my life – from live performances in stadia to my brother’s pub stage; from the front seat of my car to the back seat of the jazz club; from cassettes in my Sony Walkman to mp3s on my phone. Like most, it has surrounded me in […]
Five or so of us are crammed into my roommate’s car, and are pulled over at a stop sign. The police officer straddles up the car, while our hearts and minds race, trying to imagine anything we could have done in the past 30 minutes, 2 hours, year or so. We are all too familiar […]
One of my dearest friends is also one of the most extraordinary, and the humblest. Today, 40 years after the fact, I took Selby to the Hector Pieterson Museum to help him find himself. Literally. He was one of the students at Morris Isaacson High School, who in 1976 gleefully hopped out on the morning […]
Hair. Its straightened, blown dry, plaited, knotted, unbraided, untied, covered with head scarves, wigs, weaves and braids. It’s tugged at, pulled out, lathed in chemicals and tinfoil, coloured, conditioned, cremed and dyed. We dedicate countless rands and hours at salons and beauty counters, contemplating styles, products and solutions. Anything to keep it from doing what […]
A story by Zethe Nxumalo They say that he didn’t feel anything, that it was instantaneous. They are lying. He felt it all. I know because I felt it too- still feel it. He felt the crash, he heard the cries, he watched as his world disintegrated right before his eyes. So when they say […]