Monthly Archives: July 2013

2013 July 31: No title

I lay here, in pain tossing and turning waiting for the birth of my daughter. I try to lift my head but it won’t get off the pillow, as my body starts to give way my abdominals go numb. It’s … Continue reading

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2013 July 30: 30 Days later no arrests yet for Duduzile Zozo’s murder

Today marks exactly 30 days since Duduzile Zozo’s murder. Related article 2013 July 20: The video of Duduzile Zozo’s funeral and 2013 July 13: Picturing Duduzile Zozo’s funeral and 2013 July 10: Chaotic memorial service for Duduzile and 2013 July … Continue reading

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2013 July 30: Amsterdam Photo of the Day

What:  Photoshoot Location: Yselstraat 26 -28 Amsterdam Shooting behind the scenes for ‘Wanted for Love’ campaign and photographed by Erwin Olaf in his studio. He is one of the most famous photographer Europe. Thanks to Hivos and Human Rights Watch … Continue reading

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2013 July 30: Photo of the Day

Inkanyiso journalists abroad prior to the 2013 World Outgames and Human Rights conference, Kopano Sibeko & Lesego Tlhwale in Antwerp, Belgium on the way to the local Central Station. Photos by Zanele Muholi (30.07.2013) Previous report from recent exhibition opening … Continue reading

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2013 July 29: Education, Queer Youth, Hate Crimes: So where to from here?

by Jeremiah Sepotokele* Hate crimes have destroyed many lives and communities in South Africa today. As we reflect on lives that have been affected, the tragic story of the late Duduzile Zozo continues to haunt me. It is no secret … Continue reading

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2013 July 28: Yesterday

Yesterday I met someone. He was a perfect image wrapped around in sex appeal oozing from his dreadlocked hair follicles down to the sole of his shoe I caught him with my smile and he, in turn caught me with … Continue reading

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2013 July 27: African Lesbians and Transgender Facing Belgium

by Lesego Tlhwale Elegance, good wine, conversation and Deutsch/Flemish opening speech by known Belgian professor, I remembered that this is not a dream but I’m in another country. Yesterday Faces & Phases exhibition opened at the Gallery Verbeeck Van Dyck … Continue reading

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