2014 Aug. 22: Photos from Disebo Gift Makau’s Memorial Service

by Lindeka Qampi & Zanele Muholi

Where: Stadium Hall, Ext. 2. Ventersdorp
Camera used:  Canon 6D with different lenses

 

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Rinah Makau & relatives_0430

 

Mally Simelane in the audience_0461

 

Mapule Mataboge_0471

 

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Muholi documenting_0497

 

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Rabbuh _ CGE_0639

 

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Lebogang Kalane_0475

 

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dikeledi sibanda in audience_0502

 

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Gift s partner_0533

 

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some citizens collapsed during service_0496

 

Mighty Ladies coach_0483

 

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KayKay L_0550

 

 

Related links

 

2014 Aug. 19: Makau family mourns the brutal murder of their beloved

 

 

 

 

 

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4 Responses to 2014 Aug. 22: Photos from Disebo Gift Makau’s Memorial Service

  1. Pingback: 2014 Aug. 23: Relatives and friends shed the tears at Gift’s funeral and some fainted | inkanyiso.org

  2. lindiwe says:

    Y u beasy killing pple y we lesbians n we will never change

  3. Pingback: 2014 Sept. 22: The period pains of documenting hate crimes | inkanyiso.org

  4. Pingback: Gift Makau was laid to rest today

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