Monthly Archives: December 2018

2018 Dec 19 Part II Photo XP Durban

Mobile School of Photography Report  by Thobeka Bhengu Photos by Thobeka Bhengu and Zanele Muholi In November, a new project, the Mobile School of Photography was born to parents Zanele Muholi and Photo XP, with the aim of training young black female photographers nationally and … Continue reading

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2018 Dec. 18 Durban Photo XP

Mobile School of Photography by Thobeka Bhengu Photos by Thobeka Bhengu and Lebo Mashifane The Johannesburg team arrived on the 18th and immediately joined the Photo XP 2018 in Durban for a session that was already underway as part of … Continue reading

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Inkanyiso Photography Scholarship 2018 It is of great excitement to introduce to you our photography scholarship candidate who has been nominated by Inkanyiso Media to study with Orms Cape Town School of Photography. The scholarship, which has been awarded to … Continue reading

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Live on Radiolive

by Sicka Stabane Nothing is greater than having the chance to tell your own story to people who have never heard about you. Telling your own story is very important because as Africans our stories have been told the way … Continue reading

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Creating Awareness on state-sponsored homophobia

by Thobeka Bhengu Photos by: Lerato Dumse The Amsterdam Rainbow Dress by: Thobeka Bhengu The Amsterdam Rainbow Dress is rightly explained as” a living work of art”; To celebrate International Human Rights Day, the dress arrived on the African continent … Continue reading

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The garden of marriage

by: Lerato Dumse Arriving at In2 Africa- Function/Wedding and Conference Venue, we are received by a smiling worker who requests his co-worker to accompany us to the Chalet where the wedding group is staying. It is approximately two hours before … Continue reading

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2018 Nov. 1: I never thought I will become the woman I am now

by Sazi Jali Growing up in a township, I never knew one can possibly change their gender, it was just unimaginable. I was assigned male at birth and raised as a young man, but I always knew I was different. … Continue reading

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