Category Archives: Bastille Day photos by Zanele Muholi

2019 April. 10: The pain of losing Miss Tee Menu

Tributes continue to pour in for Miss Tee Menu, a gentle soul who was known and loved by many. The community of Daveyton, a Township located on the east of Johannesburg  and the LGBTI community in different parts of South … Continue reading

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2014 July 14: The French National Day in Paris

… also known as Bastille is celebrated by throughout every year on the 14th of July. Read more about this.             © Zanele Muholi 14/07/2014   … taken with Canon 6D and 200mm lens from the balcony … Continue reading

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