Category Archives: Consultation

2014 Sept. 22: The period pains of documenting hate crimes

Text by Lerato Dumse   I sat down for a reflection session with photographers Lindeka Qampi and Zanele Muholi a few days after they documented Gift Makau’s funeral. Muholi requested for the interview as a way of unloading and shedding … Continue reading

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2014 Jan.15: African Leadership Academy seminar

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2013 Dec. 3: “Strategies to overcome Political Exclusion-Lessons from Southern Africa”

Remarks by Amb. Mustaq Moorad Regional Director, International IDEA, Africa Programme at the Workshop on  “Strategies to overcome Political Exclusion-Lessons from Southern Africa” Pretoria, South Africa Ladies and Gentlemen, Let me welcome you to Pretoria on behalf of International IDEA. … Continue reading

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