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Tebogo Mabye records the consequences of teenage pregnancy. Raised by a teenage mother, the 16-year-old is determined to stop the cycle by sharing his story.
This piece is part of Umuzi Photo Club’s campaign for youth-inspired change called I am an Activist. Umuzi Photo Club is a youth development organisation that works with young people in under-resourced communities to create socially informative multimedia which inspires engaged citizenry, youth activism and change. 'Umuzi' is a Zulu word meaning 'village'.
'I am an Activist' Campaign Launch and Exhibition
When: 29 March at 18:00
Where: VELO in Braamfontein, Melle between De Korte and Juta Street
Entrance is free
Visit the Umuzi website here.
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