...art & publishing Movement

Writer, Photographer & Director

Pshasha Seakamela holds political Science and Development Studies honours degree from the University of the Western Cape. He comes from Terrbrugge, the same rural village in Bochum, Limpopo as Dr. Mamphela Ramphele. He sees himself not only as an artist but a rural and environmental activist. He is a producer, filmmaker, photographer, and a writer. He has worked with various organisations in the development of broadcast quality Human Rights documentaries, which are often used to mobilize and educate audiences in the community settings. He has so far worked with Sithengi, Encounters Documentary Film Festival, Tri-Continental Film Festival, the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, Children’s Radio Foundation, HCI Foundation and many others.


Illustrator & Art teacher

My name is Frank Lunar and I am an artist specializing in illustration. I have attained a diploma in Graphic Design and have pursued a career as an illustrator ever since. I started sketching comic books in 2006, while practicing and establishing my own unique style. This persisted for 3 years. I ultimately took my illustrations to different medias, including digital, but found that paper and canvas is still my preference.

My influences include Borris Vallejo, Ken Kelly, Arthur Suydam, Frank Miller and Dave Mckean.

Advisor, Motivator & Coach

I was born in a village at Limpopo Province called Ga-Phasha. Post High School I joined a Lovelife Youth programme and volunteered my time as a peer Educator working with young people in high schools. I managed the Hlatlolanang Youth centre Radio programme with thirty radio presenters. I started my own basic PC training with the out of school unemployed Youth in my community. This project was based at Rebone Highg School. Post that I studied Business  Management after my graduations I received a sponsorship to open my own internet cafĂ©. Joined South African Institute for entrepreneurship and moved from Limpopo to cape and work on this task.

I am currently involved with the Youth Movement named Activate Change Drivers! This a movement focusing on Youth Leadership for Public Innovation amongst the Youth in SA.  My main role in this movement is facilitation and training. My main achievements where being nominated one of the Mail and Guardian top 200 Young Achievers 2008 and awarded the Black Business Quarterly award in the same year.