S’bu Ndlovu - Photographer

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sbuSibusiso Ndlovu also known as ‘S’bu’ was born in Mid Illovo, South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal is a photographer and a diver. S’bu graduated at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) in 2004. His course covered: Applied photography; Visual Communication; Professional Practice; Theory in Photography to name the few.

Corporate and Government Events

He is interested in listening to music, reading and sports. He has photographed different events for cooperate companies e.g. ABSA Bank in 2008 for their corporate social events which will be published in their 2009 Annual Report.  

For the government sector, he has  covered events like the ‘World Aids Day’ in December 2008.

And for institutions like Witwatersrand University in 2008.

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Lantz Mattinson

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lantz2Born in the rolling hills of Zululand, Lantz Mattinson grew up fighting runaway cane fires and hunting bush pigs for food.

The question of high school came and being good with his hands Lantz headed for the sleepy hollow of Pietermaritzburg and the technical high school called Linpark. After school Lantz did a bit of studying and odd jobs here and there. Then he met a girl! After a courtship he got married and moved to the big city of Durban where he studied graphic and web design.

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Karen Lotter

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I am Karen Lotter.
50 ish,
toyi-toyingly positive South African.

  • Writer
  • Journalist
  • Web Contents Copy Writer
  • Social Media Rockstar
  • Photographer
  • Blogger
  • Info-junkie
  • World Traveler
  • Vegetarian
  • Compulsive Reader

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Mabusi Kgwete

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Mabusi Kgwete, (32) has experience in training, facilitation, administration, information and research, writing within the NGO sector since 2002.

Career History

•    I have been a youth and community activist since leaving school. I volunteered with community-based youth organisations and NGOs before securing my first job and continues to give my time to developmental organisations. 
•    I facilitated the iMEDIATE Identity Project, which was piloted in Wentworth, Durban, and gave rise to the Lukka Fashion Project.
•    I started to hone my writing skills, producing short stories and articles.

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