Monthly Archives: April 2016

2016 April 18: “I have never seen so many Queer people under one roof…”

by Thembisa Cordelia Mhlawuli We are all born with greatness within, of course greatness is determined by the grace of your services to others. Humanity stands to be the one greatness within, which allows one to see greatness and strive … Continue reading

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2016 April 24: “Only a few people really know my sadness

  Sunday, that was the day we saw each other again after so long. Somehow I wasn’t as smooth as I wanted to be, but there She was on my door step. We had a young chat; spoke about life, … Continue reading

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2016 March 25: VMCI unpacking the crucifixion of Jesus

Text by Lerato Dumse Photographs by Lizzy Muholi & Lindeka Qampi   Victory Ministries Church International (VMCI) held another successful annual three-day Easter Convention. Marianhill, founded by Abbot Francis is popularly known for its Roman Catholic presence was the town … Continue reading

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2016 April 2: Faces and Phases follow-ups

by Lerato Dumse The intercom from downstairs rings around 9am on Saturday April 2 2016 and Sandisiwe Dlamini quickly answers it. The security guard announces, “Ziyanda has arrived,” after Sandisiwe confirms that she is expected, the guard allows her in. … Continue reading

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