KEITULETSE GWANGWA: BRINGING BACK THE WINDYBROW

“My most important goal is to create a platform where being African is not only celebrated, but is also an important topic of informative conversations. For instance, not many people know that traditional Rwandan dance involves head-flipping, because this is part of their identity. Fellow Africans and the rest of the world need to know the significance of such things,” says Gwangwa, who took on her new role in January this year.

As the daughter of famed South African jazz musician Jonas Gwangwa and social activist Violet Gwangwa, as well as being a qualified sangoma, Keituletse’s reputation precedes her. She…
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KEITULETSE GWANGWA: BRINGING BACK THE WINDYBROW