Well done to Fundiswa, Kevin, Fundile, Zimi and Litha for all your hard work and effort in the pool this season!
— to Fundiswa
— to Sibongile
I know what its like to feel pain
I know what its like to be in the pouring rain
I know what its like to have every mistake pointed out
I know what its like to be kicked when I am at my lowest
I know what its like to be understood
And I know what its like to be alone
I know what its like to be a wreck
I know what its like to be unstable on my own two feet
I know the unkindness of judgement
I know the feeling of abondonment
I know what its like to take all the blame
And I have learnt to keep everything inside
I know the heartache of death
I know the emptiness of heartbreak
I know the unkindness of abuse
I know the cruelty of lost hope
And I have felt the despair of unworthiness
But you will never know what its like for me
Because I know what it takes to put on a brave face and a fake smile
I know what it takes to be okay.
— by Xolelwa
The 2010 FIFA World Cup was the most interesting thing to have in South Africa.
The only thing that came to my mind was if Nelson Mandela didn’t go and stand up for South Africa this wouldn’t have happened.
It was seeing other people from different countries united together to cheer for each other, singing together, blowing those vuvuzela’s louder.
The most enjoyable thing was doing the Mexican Wave in the stadium.
It looked like ants running around a circle.
It was not nice seeing people crying after the match because their team lost.
The most interesting and I will never forget was sitting near Zuma in the stadium.
I will never forget that day.
It was wonderful.
Feel it - It is GONE