Category Archives: black LGBTIQA

2014 Oct. 8: Beautiful faces and kisses from Soweto Pride 2014

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2014 July 28: Queer Youth Exchange announcement

      If you are interested in applying for this opportunity kindly email for application forms: hoosain.khan@wits.ac.za or call +27 11 717 4239     

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2014 Jan.29: Education is primal

  by Tapuwa Moore Edited by Fikile Mazambani Tsohang tu yerr man! Personally I do not advocate for my freedom, I only have an urgent need for human rights based society. Maybe being a marginalized person; a lesbian, a black … Continue reading

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2014 Jan. 29: South Africa’s New Mo(u)rning

   by Bridget Ngcobo What does it mean to be living in post apartheid South Africa? Does it mean, as the name of the generation alludes that we are (re)born free? Are our eyes open to the colors and sounds … Continue reading

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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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