2015 Jan. 9: Inkanyiso crew and friends visit Inanda FM

Where:  Inanda 88.4 FM offices

When:  9th Jan. 2015

Why:  Because it is much needed (we believe in building and maintaining queer relations)

Camera used:  Blackberry Z10

2015 Jan. 9 Inanda FM radio station visit by CC

L-R:  Mapule Ngobese, Ramazan Ngobese, Zanele Muholi, Thandeka Msani-Ngobese, Lungile Mtsweni, Lerato Dumse and Charmain Carrol. © Photo by Nonkululeko Cele (2015)

Just wrapped up an uplifting tour at Inanda FM, where we met with Thandeka Msani-Ngobese (Founder and  Station manager).
Thandeka works with her life partner, Mapule Ngobese (Sales and marketing manager), and uses her 15 years experience to keep the station on air.
The pair works tirelessly to educate people of Inanda and surrounding areas,  about various issues including topical subjects on homosexuality, queerness, transgenderism in order to curb all the phobias that exist.

Our next visit to be announced here sooner.










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