Banele Njadayi uses bold colours to attract attention and portray relevant social and political issues of the day. This work celebrates storytelling as a method of keeping the community culture alive, brought to life with a clever combination of loose and contained brush strokes. Perhaps these ladies are in a row waiting at the local clinic or municipal department; an everyday occurrence everywhere in South Africa, where stories are told and retold.
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