DAS KAK IN DIE LAND

A commemoration of the “blanket” banning of October 1977 24 years into democracy, and for the first time, Maishe Maponya takes a daring move into the Soweto Theatre with his provocative selection of poetry.

The poems, some of which served as a warning to the erstwhile apartheid rulers, also served to caution the future leadership of the threats to freedom if they stray away from the noble course of being servants of the people.

“Da’s kak in die land” is the title of a poem dedicated to Michael Komape, a 5 years old Limpopo school child who died in a pit latrine in 2014. In the rendition of this poem, the audience is induced to respond, making some parts of the show participatory.


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