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For Mtshali this is a direct attack on her culture - and also a threat to the longevity of its traditions.
“As black South Africans, we’ve always been told our culture is uncivilised, our culture is backward.
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I could tell you that half of the girls…say their images had been taken down.
You get this message saying your images are inappropriate,” she said.
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She has conversations with her friends about their cultural differences - and similarities - and she has also joined Gauteng-based cultural societies.“We get together, we do dance practises, we sing songs … Not only are we learning about our culture and traditions, things we wouldn’t normally receive through mainstream culture, but you interact with other girls so you know you’re not alone in your view and how you are.”Like most university students, Mtshali and her friends are active on social media, and they would enthusiastically share images and videos of themselves singing and dancing on sites like You Tube and Facebook.