Taking poetry to Joburg's taxis
AT LEAST half of Johannesburg took a taxi to work this morning. Along the way they might have stood in a long queue, used a hand signal or been scolded by the driver for slamming the door. But few would ever imagine their taxi to be a poetic space.
Journalist Karabo Kgoleng, artist Zen Marie and the Goethe Institute have changed this by introducing taxi poetry to the pavements of Johannesburg.
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