UMJAKA’S READING: New Frame

Picked up a tweet by a colleague Njabulo Ngidi (@NJABULON) the other day, about Bafana Bafana midfielder Kamohelo Mokotjo posted on the New Frame.

I obviously clicked the link, (The calm and collected Kamohelo Mokotjocause I’m a huge Mokotjo groupie. And I mean groupie, cause I have this view that the young man is as perfect a human being as he is a footballer.

I’m a regular on the sports section of the New Frame, which is described as a “social justice media project with a primary focus on news rather than opinion”.

20 March 2019: Artist Breeze Yoko working on a new artwork in Braamfontein, Johannesburg. Photograph by Madelene Cronjé / New Frame

So I decided to check out the other sections of the website this time around and I ran across another piece about a childhood friend of mine, Breeze Yoko.

Breeze is a creative beast, the guy has done about all the things cool kids raised in the 90’s did, not just as a hobby, but he did it well and was free, so basically…dope!

Man, I was smiling right through, cause the quotes were very Breeze. In fact, that’s the beauty about New Frame, it’s in the way they catch amazing quotes from the people they write about.

“People are scared to be leaders here. The cost of taking a risk is high,” – Breeze Yoko

Check out the full article here: Breeze Yoko launches Joburg street art festival

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