Hailing from South Africa, Xola is the founder and director of Imithayelanga Youth Development, an organization that works with orphaned and vulnerable youth in rural areas. He’s practiced the Creative Community Model since 2010, and he’s been a leader of CF1, CF2 and camp, and co-facilitator of Art of Facilitation. Xola speaks English, Xhosa, Isizulu and Afrikaans. He currently lives in the Eastern Cape of South Africa, where he uses theatre as his primary art form, and integrates other arts through his facilitation.
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