|Artwork title:||Freedom Comes with Responsibility|
|Framed dimensions (in mm):||300 x 420|
30 Years in Soweto: From Resistance to Leadership
|Source:||Donated by MTN Foundation|
|Installation type:||Movable artwork|
|Location area:||On private display|
The artist's depiction of women holding bottles alludes to South Africa's high rates of alcoholism and related abuse. The circular shape reminds one of a car tyre which is commonly set alight during protests. Mkhize warns that with hard-won freedoms come responsibility given the legacy of oppression in South Africa.
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