is captured through the lens of 25-year-old photographer Kgomotso Neto Tleane, who says he got into photography after he “moved to Joburg after matric to study law, which I couldn’t complete, and I started working at a call centre just after that”.
With his camera, he “started to tell different stories of ordinary people in everyday spaces”.
Nemakhavhani says the “story is told through a sequence of photographs that read like a real-life comic strip. There are different chapters and we release them every so often. Each chapter is based on a theme.”
Chapter one was an introduction to the character, so there wasn’t as much of a narrative.
“In chapter two, we look at the relationship between the salon and black hair. Honey models around in a salon in Meadowlands, Soweto. We took a different approach to how black hair has been explored. Instead of looking directly at the hair, we highlight the space.
“In chapter three, we look at the relationship Honey