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South African Sisters With Soul

This post is dedicated to sisters with soul. These sisters or should I call them sistahs are worthy of acknowledgement and appreciation. They inspire, move and give hope through arts and creativity. They are the true definition of freedom of expression through music, poetry etc. I refer to these sisters as relevant. They are relevant in our times hence the recognition. They stand up for what they believe in and for that, a SALUTE will not hurt.

Lebo Mashile

A south African poet/presenter/producer/actress, gifted with words for your ears to stay wide open not forgetting her bright lovely smile. You may remember her from the movie "Hotel Rwanda".

Thandiswa Mazwai

Thandiswa Mazwai is one artist who embraces and promotes African culture through her music and sense of fashion. She's legendary in her own time. From her music, to physical appearance such as hair styles and clothing, Thandiswa Mazwai is such a moving force to be reckoned with! She's inspirational and an African woman to look up to!

Twitter: @thandiswamazwai

Simphiwe Dana

Simphiwe Dana, a jazz artist with such grace and an amazing voice. She is one of those African sisters who are not hesitant to promote their cultural beliefs and africanness through there music. Her lyrical concept is undeniably relevant. She's a maker of quality music.

Twitter: @simphiwedana

Ntsiki Mazwai


Ntsiki is such an energetic soul sistah! She's a poet/musician/bead-star. Yes, she's creative like that. She makes beautiful bead work through her bead creative known as 'house of Mobu'. Not only is she creative but also bubbly, she's got a sense of humour for days! Check her out on twitter @ntsikimazwai and find out for yourself; there's never a dull moment on her timeline.

Twitter: @ntsikimazwai

PS - All the above mentioned may have individual titles to their names however, there is one thing they have in common and that is SOUL. Besides being poets, musicians etc, they are ARTISTS and their artistic and soulfulness is appreciated. Bless you sistahs!

To Be Continued.........