Category Archives: Amnesty International on Inkanyiso

2014 April 5: ‘Sifela i Ayikho’ photos

  L-R: Jelena Kuljic and Maureen Velile Majola at backstage before their performance at Studio 44, Constanza Macras in Berlin last night.      Jelena Kuljic about to sing “Senzeni na?”  Maureen Majola lit the candles and prayed hard… God … Continue reading

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2013 Aug. 2: Photo of the day

by Thekwane Bongi Mpisholo. 2nd Aug. 2013

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2013 June 30: On Amnesty report

by Lesego Tlhwale Amnesty International on the 25 of June 2013 launched a report highlighting violence, homophobia and laws targeting LGBTI people in Sub Saharan Africa. The new report entitled ‘Making Love a Crime: Criminalisation of Same-Sex conduct in Sub … Continue reading

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2013 April 24: Noxolo Nogwaza’s fading memory

by Lerato Dumse Exactly two years after her tragic killing, Noxolo Nogwaza‘s family and friends are still searching for answers. Ekurhuleni Pride Organizing Committee (EPOC) together with Amnesty International hosted a commemoration service on Wednesday, 24th April 2013. The day … Continue reading

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