‘Naane le Moya’ Setswana for ‘Story and Breath’ offers to encourage a reading culture amongst Black youth.
I’m yet to meet someone likes dust. Who likes it when the wind blows and dust blurs their vision, or even worse, sticks on their freshly applied coat of lipstick. Someone who likes it when dust gathers on their furniture and their clothes. And because of this, I have concluded that dust is something no one likes, something no one wants. That is why I say, life without stories is DUST. Life without stories is something no one likes, a life without stories is something no one wants.
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