Since May is the month of Mental Health Awareness, we are giving a voice to the silent killer of mental health disorders. For a longtime mental disorders have had a huge stigma. It's time to face the reality that we can all suffer from mental health disorders and they must be dealt with, in all seriousness and respect. It is very important to look after yourself. Do what is best for you and seek help. It’s easier said than done, but you’ll thank yourself one day for being brave enough to stand up for yourself and create a safe healing space for yourself. We are all fighting a battle. But, never suffer in silence, for the fear of not finding your safe talking and healing space will kill you faster than that of judgment and rejection. Empower yourself.
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Johannesburg's Turbine Art Fair Upgrades To A Bigger Space
One of the Joburg art's premium events, the RMB Turbine Art Fair (TAF) will be moving to a bigger venue in Illovo, north of Johannesburg, for the first time since its inception 6 years ago. The fair's founder Glynis Hyslop said in a statement that despite moving, the mission that it began with would remain - to develop young artists. "Our vision for TAF has always been to develop young artists, grow the market for African art and elevate art collecting across a wider market. Visitors will be able to view exciting installations, larger gallery spaces and a more conceptually curated Fair," Glynis said. TAF will run from July 12 to July 14.

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Casting News: South African Actor Bohang To Star In American Series
Congratulations to Bohang Moeko on his big announcement that he will star in the new National Geographic limited series, The Hot Zone, premiering May 27th. Bohang plays a doctor in the new series, opposite Hollywood stars like Julianna Margulies (The Good Wife). The show was shot in South Africa and tells the story of the origin of Ebola in Central Africa.

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Traveling is a way to see how the world really is. How people live, a snapshot of their realities and lived experience. Food is always a great way to experience the culture of the country. Nomvelo Chalumbira went to Japan and learned a lot about herself trying the local food.

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