Category Archives: and Queerness

2019 Feb. 6: Ukuzalelwa ekhayeni lama Thonga.

by: Nonkululeko “Sicka” Mthunzi Everyday can be a struggle, an exciting or just a normal day but it’s just a new day everyday. It means its another light that shines on us; saying this reminds me of my aunt who every … Continue reading

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2013 Sept. 9: The Only Drag Queen with a Degree

  Odidi Mfenyana born in Bo-Kaap, Cape Town, describes himself as a trailblazer, someone who is the physical manifestation of a human bridge between the past, present and the future – a living embodiment of South Africa’s miracle, that is … Continue reading

Posted in 2014 National Elections, 29 Questions, and Queerness, Another Approach Is Possible, Archived memories, Arts, As we are, Before You, Body, Collective, Commitment, Community Mobilizing, Crea(c)tive senses, Creating awareness | Tagged

Queer spots pointed for our first Johannesburg People’s Pride

by Lesego Tlhwale “JHBPP must be commended for taking the initiative to reclaim the Pride and taking it back to its original stance that of conscience and knowing who and what we are as people. Dope launch on Saturday”, this … Continue reading

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