Category Archives: Chris Hani

2019 June 4: Muholi donates photographic equipment to Ekurhuleni photographers.

Text by Yaya Mavundla Photos by Thembela Dick On Tuesday 4 June 2019,  we headed to Springs Art Gallery in Ekurhuleni, Johannesburg, were Professor. Sir Zanele Muholi was scheduled to hand over a donation of 13 DSLR cameras, SD cards, camera bags … Continue reading

Posted in A new visual history, Black Lesbian professionals, Black Queer Professionals, Camera work, Cameras, Chris Hani, Documentation; Filming; Photography; Community, Exhibition opening, Exhibitions, Give children cameras not candies, Prof/Sir Zanele Muholi, Professional black lesbians in South Africa, Professionals, South African black visual history, South African Visual Activism, South African visual history through the eyes of young women, Uncategorized, Visual activism is a language, Visual Activist and Journalist | Leave a comment

2013 April 10: Another black lesbian activist has fallen

Report by Christie van Zyl As fellow South Africans especially members of African National Congress commemorates 20 years of Chris Hani’s brutal killing in Boksburg, Johannesburg (April 10, 2013). Freegender members, allies and the black lesbian community at large gathered … Continue reading

Posted in 1978 - 2013, Abantu, Activism, Africa, Allies, Archived memories, Art Activism in South Africa, Articles, Before You, Black Lesbians, Black Lesbians & Allies Against Hate Crimes, Chris Hani, Christie van Zyl, Community, Community Mobilizing, Contributors, Creating awareness, Death, Expression, Family, FreeGender, Friendships, Funeka Soldaat, Funeral costs, Health, HIV/AIDS, Homosexuality, Khayelitsha township, Lack of Resources, Life Stories, Networking, Nomawabo 'Wawa' Mahlungulu, Organizations, Poverty, Readings, Records and histories, Relationships, Send-off, South Africa, Townships, Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), Tuberculosis (TB), Visual history, Women; Voices; Writings; Education; Traditions; Struggles; Cultures | Tagged | 19 Comments