Mapaseka is a single mom with two sons, Blessing and Lethabo. We first met about ten years ago. She had just left a job at the university in Potchefstroom to start working in Bloemfontein. After working hours at POPCRU (Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union), she studied at UOFS where she became an outspoken LGBTQI activist and obtained a degree in Labour Law. Today, she works a day-time job at the offices of SASSA (the South Africa Social Security Agency) but she also runs a salon specialising in hair and nails. As if that wasn’t enough work already, she also designs and manufactures traditional style clothing, accessories and handbags, branded AZANIA.