At a time when newspapers are battling to survive due to dwindling sales and revenue - one man is determined to keep his publication going despite the odds as part of his mission to keep his mother tongue alive.
Posts published by “Lucas Ledwaba”
A rural community at odds with mining giant for over a decade finally moves in ground-breaking deal.
Visual artist Chepape Makgato recently launched an exhibition honouring literary icon Prof E'skia Mphahlele. The exhibition is currently on at the Polokwane Art Museum in Limpopo is a collaboration with another giant of the arts, Prof Zakes Mda.
Lucas Ledwaba learns the secrets of elephants and suddenly finds himself within trampling range of one of these tuskers.
In search of ruins, Lucas Ledwaba is bowled over by the beauty of baobabs and rugged landscape of the northern Kruger National Park.
Instead of creating more division in a fractured South Africa, musician Johnny Clegg built bridges and advocated for equality.
The promise of benefiting from the mineral wealth beneath the soil of their land remains a dangerous toil of dicing with death for Limpopo's zama zamas... Lucas Ledwaba documented their daily toil
The Peace Table Grapes co-operative in Moganyaka village near Marble Hall is making its mark in a tough sector, farming table grapes which they export…