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Amazwi Wethu [Our Voices] believes that the best way to learn technical skills is through working "in the field" as a crew. Students started with documentary photography before transitioning to film. 

 

Scroll through Our Gallery below to get a glimpse into our process and how much fun we had! 

 

And scroll through each student's gallery to see their photoessays about Khayelitsha. Don't forget to read the captions too!





 

 

Sisonke filming Jordan's exiting interview.

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Siwe interviewing Bane about gang violence at Look Out Hill in Khayelitsha.

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Bane leading his group at University of Johannesburg.

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Sisonke filming Jordan's exiting interview.

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Taste Grilled Meat: The vendors know how to make the meat delicious and I'm telling you if you haven't tried this meat you don't know what you are missing.

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Good Food: This is where you go to get the taste of real Kasi grilled meat. This is where I get my grilled meat, it is very lovely and makes you crave for more.

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Cosat Drum: We as learners keep ourselves away from gangsterism by getting involved in drum at school. This prevents us from being victims of rape and violence, and being stabbed by gangsters

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Taste Grilled Meat: The vendors know how to make the meat delicious and I'm telling you if you haven't tried this meat you don't know what you are missing.

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When you stand on Look out Hill, you can see all of Khayelitsha.

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This is Bulumko, the school the made me the person I am to day. The teachers are caring and motivating and they are examples to the learners.

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As we see,this woman was working all day and she is also happy with her job, we see the smile on her face.

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When you stand on Look out Hill, you can see all of Khayelitsha.

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COSAT walls This is where I spend my time with my schoolmates, friends and teachers, This is where I learn I do debating at school and I am on the media club. This is where I feel safe because Khayelitsha is an unsafe area, which makes me safer when I am at school.

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COSAT in Khayelitsha NO EXCUSSES JUST SUCCESS! This is COSAT where I go to school since grade 9. This is where I pursue my career and I plan about my life in the next coming years. This is where I build my career each and every day.

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False bay College This is where my school was initially stated in 2000. This school specializes in science, mathematics and information technology. These are the basic subjects each learner is doing which makes is

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COSAT walls This is where I spend my time with my schoolmates, friends and teachers, This is where I learn I do debating at school and I am on the media club. This is where I feel safe because Khayelitsha is an unsafe area, which makes me safer when I am at school.

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Ayanda 

Banele

Bayanda

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Sibonisiwe

Sisonke