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  • We Are ALL Sluts

    exPress imPress Aug 13, 2018 | 12:48 pm

    Part Two of Three By ZandisiweMhlekwa “We are all sluts; the dudes behind you are sluts, your cameraman is a slut, your PA is a slut, your mic is a slut”. In 2017, Samirah Raheem, who had intentionally not planned on attending the annual Amber Rose Slut Walk, took the world by storm in her […]

  • Ending a Trend

    exPress imPress Aug 13, 2018 | 12:40 pm

    When you think about it, its pretty distressing that in women’s month 2018 women are still being physically abused, sexually assaulted, raped and are still being treated as objects of sexual desire. Sure there is much more awareness on the trials that women go through but there doesn’t appear to be any action being taken […]

  • Intoxication

    exPress imPress Aug 13, 2018 | 12:23 pm

    It’s always chapped lips on an open mouth that makes the sun shine through the trees It’s the first drag that first sip or the last drop, always testing your tolerance. You throw your head back trying to breathe the fresh air, trying desperately to avoid clutching curly hair and a bruised smile Yet here […]

  • Influential rapper ProKid dies at 37

    exPress imPress Aug 13, 2018 | 12:14 pm

    On the Wednesday evening of August 8th 2018, Soweto-bred rapper Linda “ProKid” Mkhize passed after suffering a seizure while visiting a friend in downtown Johannesburg. He was 37. ProKid shot to stardom in 2005 with his breakout hit “Woz’uzobabona” and was responsible for the growth of South African hip-hop along with acts like Skwatta Kamp, Tuks, […]

  • Zimbabwe elections summed up

    exPress imPress Aug 6, 2018 | 10:57 am

    “A new dawn for Zimbabwe” read many headlines this past week, because of the first democratic elections Zimbabweans have seen for awhile. The elections took place on the 30th of July all over Zimbabwe. Friday morning  the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) announced that ZanuPF leader, EmmersonMnangagwa had won the majority vote. There has been many […]


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