2019 May 25 seven physiotherapy in neuro conditions day durban report inkanyiso.org

The purpose of the day was to expose students to physiotherapy in neuro conditions the environment and spaces in and around the beach. Then interpret and channel their photography skills, writing and story telling through photographs they had to capture. As upset as the weather was in durban, we had quite a good productive day – engaging, interacting and encouraging these young souls and allowing them to physiotherapy in neuro conditions express themselves fully. We gave these students disposable cameras, DLSR cameras and cellphones to capture their work.

In conclusion, at the end of the day, we had early supper. This was to give students a chance to engage with physiotherapy in neuro conditions the entire crew about the day, what they learnt and how prof. Zanele muholi motivated the students and reminded them of how physiotherapy in neuro conditions imperative it is to be part of the program we physiotherapy in neuro conditions facilitated. Sources: umbelebele secondary school students and facilitators feedback

The weather in durban was allowing and a bit of physiotherapy in neuro conditions sun came to play. We gathered around the entrance with the students and briefed physiotherapy in neuro conditions them about the seating arrangements and all they had to physiotherapy in neuro conditions do. It was such an exciting day for many of them physiotherapy in neuro conditions as it was their first time at moses mabhida stadium, that includes me..The previous day, prof zanele muholi had introduced and familiarised them on how physiotherapy in neuro conditions to operate a camera. This created enthusiasm and zeal for most of them as physiotherapy in neuro conditions they were capturing pictures, some even wrote about the day.

Banyana banyana led the game from the first half as physiotherapy in neuro conditions they were fully trained and possessed hunger to win.. On the second half, jamaica joined the scoring board with a clean goal. Both teams now were steamy and sweating as time was physiotherapy in neuro conditions not on their side. The spectators stood in full anticipation, hoping that banyana banyana would lead the game but unfortunately physiotherapy in neuro conditions not. The game ended up being a draw to both teams.

The day was dedicated to chilling and enjoying the game, but our future photographers were house on fire with their physiotherapy in neuro conditions cameras. As the match ended, they were hesitant to even exit the stadium. It was quite rewarding and purposeful to be able to physiotherapy in neuro conditions facilitate the day and smiles on their faces was too. We, then had lunch and the students were taken home. Some went back home with beautiful images they took and physiotherapy in neuro conditions some the experience they first had at the moses mabhida.

We, as the inkanyiso crew in durban spent a few hours physiotherapy in neuro conditions with grade 12 students from umbelebele secondary school . The agenda of the day was to have a spelling physiotherapy in neuro conditions marathon to empower these students about the importance of reading physiotherapy in neuro conditions as one gets to familiarise themselves to new words and physiotherapy in neuro conditions vocabulary. The crew also had guest speakers to motivate and empower physiotherapy in neuro conditions these students in all dynamics of life in matric and physiotherapy in neuro conditions after matric.

Our day started with a prayer conducted by pastor teboho physiotherapy in neuro conditions moema, and introductions followed. Prof. Zanele muholi conducted the spelling marathon, which consisted of 25 words (celebrating the 25 years of democracy in south africa. After the spelling bee marathon, the top 3 students were selected and to later to physiotherapy in neuro conditions be rewarded with opening bank accounts.

The panel then took to the podium. It consisted of winnie khumalo, a well-known south african musician and dancer and ruth motau, also a well renowned south africa top photographer. The content of their speeches revolved around life at home physiotherapy in neuro conditions and school and also how they faced challenges to be physiotherapy in neuro conditions where they are professionally. Two students were given a chance to perform samples of physiotherapy in neuro conditions singing in front of winnie khumalo and rethabile khumalo, who is winnie’s daughter and who also pursued the music industry.

The conversation started and the crowd was given a chance physiotherapy in neuro conditions to ask questions, pose comments and views regarding the topic. Unlike the usual talks about homosexuality, this one included people of all different backgrounds and professions physiotherapy in neuro conditions and allowed people to breathe about the topic. The emphasis of the content revolved around homosexuality and church physiotherapy in neuro conditions and tolerance/acceptance of homosexuality holistically. Prof. Zanele muholi was the first to comment on the topic physiotherapy in neuro conditions and express their views. They fully gave the seminar a sense of state, as a country and outside, the challenges and homicides of the homosexual community. Though, not given attention, their speech was precise and had the crowd talking and physiotherapy in neuro conditions looking for answers.

The highlights of the day also included pastor teboho moema’s comment. He briefly explained who god is and managed to answer physiotherapy in neuro conditions all the questions people had. Mr moema’s speech was clear and concise of any judgement; misconception and doubts people had about god and the homosexual physiotherapy in neuro conditions community at large. He carried on and said, “god is genderless. God is love…” as his speech was the second last before closing the physiotherapy in neuro conditions seminar, it really left the crowd with answers and some with physiotherapy in neuro conditions self-introspection responsibilities as it was not only education but biblically physiotherapy in neuro conditions philosophical.

A few members from inkanyiso managed to attend the event physiotherapy in neuro conditions including lindeka qampi who was capturing photographs. In conclusion, we as the society need to invest in making time physiotherapy in neuro conditions to host such events and in doing so, may we be familiar with queer community underpinning sensitizing and physiotherapy in neuro conditions their issues. May we be the advocates of ensuring acceptance of homosexuality physiotherapy in neuro conditions and not tolerance as this shows verbally when forced.

The seminars on this day were time on session as physiotherapy in neuro conditions the topics had different concept titles and facilitators. To say the least, this inspiring day attracted the likes of nomshado thwala and physiotherapy in neuro conditions fiona khan, tackling and firing young imaginations. Towards the end of the day, the topics posed were about social media and cultural “azibuye emasisweni”.

Durban being known as the city of literature, the panel also had two young authors from durban. Also, young minds were being motivated to adopt the culture of physiotherapy in neuro conditions reading as the books published by the panel were for physiotherapy in neuro conditions young minds. Gcina mhlophe took to the stage and bought the energy, inspiring upcoming authors to read and expose themselves to literature.

Dr david molapo, founder of ICAN foundation, gave the audience the current state of south africa in physiotherapy in neuro conditions terms of technology advancement and development. In his speech, he emphasized the productive use of social media as a physiotherapy in neuro conditions tool to channel your business and gain following in large physiotherapy in neuro conditions volumes. The social media discussion was also educational to parents as physiotherapy in neuro conditions most pupils still suffer from cyber bulling.

This content packed day also had azibuye emasisweni with prof physiotherapy in neuro conditions pitika ntuli, a sculptor and an author, unpacking the dynamics of identity. The dynamics of identity were approached through family backgrounds, the geo relocation of tribes to far eastern cape and physiotherapy in neuro conditions cultural evolution and background movements through out the years. Azibuye emasisweni, facilitated by bonginkosi zondi, captured the essence and importance of usage of native mother physiotherapy in neuro conditions tongue language, which resonates with archiving our history as africans regardless of physiotherapy in neuro conditions tribes.

With rosie motene, dr lungile bhengu-baloyi and lauren shapiro as part of the panel, the audience was ready and in full anticipation of the physiotherapy in neuro conditions discussion. This day was packed with issues that are mentally and physiotherapy in neuro conditions physically related and the politics around those. The seminar was facilitated by nongcebo mckenzie alongside jayshree parasuramen physiotherapy in neuro conditions who was the stage host.

The topic tackled on the day was “it’s OK to not be OK”, with a few authors like zanele mthethwa discussing depression, anxiety and mental related issues. This author wrote a book about going through divorce which physiotherapy in neuro conditions mentally depressed her and how she overcame it. The aim of this book was to break the silence physiotherapy in neuro conditions for woman who have gone through divorce and the mental physiotherapy in neuro conditions attention it deserves when it cascades into depression. Rosie motene, author of “reclaiming the soil”, explained suffering from depression of being deprived the opportunity to physiotherapy in neuro conditions know her roots. For a very long time, this author has been yearning to know her identity, background, cultural and traditions of her tribe.

She further explained how difficult it was for her to physiotherapy in neuro conditions speak her mother tongue language. The above passage connected with lauren shapiro, author of “through the window – how I beat post-natal depression” book when she also confessed to battling with depression. These authors vividly gave the audience a picture of how physiotherapy in neuro conditions one can be stigmatised because of mental illnesses and how physiotherapy in neuro conditions they are always ignored. Dr lungile went as far as explaining that depression in physiotherapy in neuro conditions the black tribe is often misinterpreted and ignored because it physiotherapy in neuro conditions is often associated with whites.

The topic of the day was titled “blessers – friends or foes” following the recent controversial “blesser – blessee” phenomenon. The panel was to unpack the topic and how it physiotherapy in neuro conditions inspired the books some wrote. Following jackie phamotse’s most talked about read titled “bare”, one had to be attentive to how she came about physiotherapy in neuro conditions writing the book and the challenges she faced, not only publishing the book, but the death threats she received. Tzozo, a south african musician and a blesser, was also given a platform to fully explain, from his perspective this phenomenon. Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, miss mbau could not attend the seminar.

The author of “bare” and recent ‘I tweet what I like”, unpacked the long anticipated conversation of blessers and the lifestyle physiotherapy in neuro conditions it comes with. This young woman was exposed to this phenomenon, and introduced by a friend who was not “trained” to partake in this extravagant and yet dangerous lifestyle. At the tender age of 20, jackie found herself in this lifestyle. She thoroughly explained the pros and cons of the lifestyle, which were dehumanizing girls.

Tzozo took to the podium as well. He proudly confessed that he also played girls and according physiotherapy in neuro conditions to him, this phenomenon is a “give and take”. This luxurious lifestyle is transactional, where girls have to sleep with high profile people, business moguls and politicians in exchange for trips, shopping sprees, cars and some accommodation. At times, these young girls have to perform dehumanizing sexual activities to physiotherapy in neuro conditions please these blessers, and sometimes, their friends and colleagues too. A question was posed to tzozo and had quite a physiotherapy in neuro conditions difficult time to give a straight answer. Whilst a few might say he was not prepared, he came across as pompous and showed zero if not physiotherapy in neuro conditions less pity and concern for all these young girls exposed physiotherapy in neuro conditions to this life. He said, “parents cannot be complaining about this phenomenon because he sat physiotherapy in neuro conditions down with a lot of parents who okayed this”. He later added that because of socio-economic issues in south africa, parents find themselves in situations where it is okay to physiotherapy in neuro conditions “sell’ their daughters to these powerful and high profile people like physiotherapy in neuro conditions him in exchange for groceries.

This explicit talk ended with the audience filled with unanswered physiotherapy in neuro conditions questions, and because of time, only a few questions were attended to. It would have been such a seminar if khanyi mbau physiotherapy in neuro conditions attended, as she is believed to be the first south african physiotherapy in neuro conditions blessee. Jackie phomotse’s bare fully explores and entails this phenomenon. Could this be caused by the socio-economic scale in south africa? Leading parents to “okay” this in tzozo situation? Who is to blame? Could this be the repercussion of high unemployment in our physiotherapy in neuro conditions country, forcing young girls to envy money, power and fame? These were the questions I had after the seminar. Nonetheless, a good and productive day I had.

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