Siyanda Mohutsiwa is one of the most intelligent and alluring writers of our time. Her incredible passion for African issues are transparent in national and international publications she has done. She talks to me about African Feminism and the importance of Black Consciousness movement.
Gaamangwe: So, In my books you are one of the most thought-provoking writers I know. You are not afraid to say it like it is. How did your relationship with writing start?
Siyanda: I started to writing professionally when I was 12. I had a short-lived column in a national paper. I think writing from the position of the kid nobody takes seriously has always helped me not worry too much about filtering my thoughts and opinions. So even now, 9 years later, I write with the courage (some might say, carelessness) of someone whose work is not considered serious or consequential.
Wow. That’s interesting. What…
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