[LISTEN] Artist Esther Mahlangu can't contain her excitement about her doctorate

702 Afternoon Drive host Aubrey Masango spoke to Esther Mahlangu, renowned Ndebele artist, who received an honorary doctorate at the University of Johannesburg.

Mahlangu spoke to Masango in her mother tongue, Ndebele as she explains how she started painting at a very young age, being taught by her mother and grandmother.

She says she is very happy to be called a doctor.

Listen to Aubrey's conversation with artist Dr Ester Mahlangu:


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