Me & My Icon - Week 4

This coming week you can enter the ‘Me & My Icon’ selfie competition from Sun 30 Nov until midnight on Sun 7 Dec. What’s more, you can enter during this period using either the poster of Paralympian athlete, Zanele Situ, who will appear in this Sunday’s issue OR next week’s icon, writer Miriam Tlali. 10 winners from this week are in the final draw for a 1-in-50 chance to win the Mercedes-Benz C-Class. Congrats guys & good luck to those of you who still want to enter.
Natassja Richards - "A true Icon who fought for freedom through his pictures capturing the scars of the Apartheid and has inspired me to capture the beauty of EQUALITY."

Natassja Richards - "A true Icon who fought for freedom through his pictures capturing the scars of the Apartheid and has inspired me to capture the beauty of EQUALITY."

Patrick Ndou - "Shoot! Shoot me with a gun, I will bleed and die. Shoot me with a camera, my images will remain with you long after my death."

Patrick Ndou - "Shoot! Shoot me with a gun, I will bleed and die. Shoot me with a camera, my images will remain with you long after my death."

Zelda de Wet 21 Icons Season I coffee table book - "Peter Magubane: Thank you for taking time through history to pause and capture the moment through your pictures – that we as the younger generation can also live the moment captured."

Zelda de Wet 21 Icons Season I coffee table book - "Peter Magubane: Thank you for taking time through history to pause and capture the moment through your pictures – that we as the younger generation can also live the moment captured."

Sentinel Watchman - "Every moment we capture, later reminds us of what we've been through. And that's why we are grateful of where we are and appreciative of those who sacrificed their lives for ours."

Sentinel Watchman - "Every moment we capture, later reminds us of what we've been through. And that's why we are grateful of where we are and appreciative of those who sacrificed their lives for ours."

Feziwe Nthali - "It's said that today's moments are tomorrow's memories, you captured many moments of our past and now through this portrait I'm driving back to your time. May your image live forever."

Feziwe Nthali - "It's said that today's moments are tomorrow's memories, you captured many moments of our past and now through this portrait I'm driving back to your time. May your image live forever."

Robert Rakoma - "with today celebrating freedom of taking pictures everywhere, anywhere and any time legendary Peter Magubane takes us to the journey of how things used to be so demanding but as creative he ever be he used bread as cover to be able to do his job. my picture shows that dustbin was also used as cover back in the days."

Robert Rakoma - "with today celebrating freedom of taking pictures everywhere, anywhere and any time legendary Peter Magubane takes us to the journey of how things used to be so demanding but as creative he ever be he used bread as cover to be able to do his job. my picture shows that dustbin was also used as cover back in the days."

Kaya Tunzi - "We can only know where we are going if we know where we come from. Thank you Mr Magubane  My Icon"

Kaya Tunzi - "We can only know where we are going if we know where we come from. Thank you Mr Magubane My Icon"

Unathi Mabitsela - "Like my pic I have chosen the true me all natural the real me with a romantic black&white filter to try capture the truth of my soul like Peter Magubane did with his pictures ."

Unathi Mabitsela - "Like my pic I have chosen the true me all natural the real me with a romantic black&white filter to try capture the truth of my soul like Peter Magubane did with his pictures ."

Mbavhalelo Nekhavhambe R5 000 in Momentum Asset Management unit trusts - "Thank you Mr Peter Magubane for sharing our pain with the whole world."

Mbavhalelo Nekhavhambe R5 000 in Momentum Asset Management unit trusts - "Thank you Mr Peter Magubane for sharing our pain with the whole world."

Sipho Masilela gets a Nikon Coolpix camera - "Whilst his mouth was muted by Apartheid, his Camera did the talking, his Name told a story and his pictures told A thousand words."

Sipho Masilela gets a Nikon Coolpix camera - "Whilst his mouth was muted by Apartheid, his Camera did the talking, his Name told a story and his pictures told A thousand words."

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