Category Archives: Durban

2015 June 28: My 2015 Durban June Pride

by Tinashe Wakapila It was a very wonderful day on the 26th of June. The reason for my joy is because it was a day before pride. I had visitors who travelled from other provinces. They are friends that I … Continue reading

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2015 Feb. 4: Kiss is a priority when you marry

The first wedding we documented together. With different members of Inkanyiso crew. … It was that of Pinky and Qondi Zulu (2012 Dec. 22) Location:  Seaview, Durban.   Related links 2013 June 15:  The Durban Lesbian Wedding of the Year   … Continue reading

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2015 Jan.15: Committed Union… 6 months later

by Vuyisile Shabalala Our journey as a committed couple planning our wedding has come into being. Being engaged to a person like Happy Mchunu makes it easy. She fulfils me and completes my entire existence. Compromises and understanding plays a huge … Continue reading

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2014 Dec. 12: Muholi presents Faces and Phases (2006 -14) at home

by Lerato Dumse Zanele Muholi’s family and friends gathered for the Durban instalment of Faces and Phases 2006-14 book launch, hosted on Friday 12 December, at W section Cinema Hall, Umlazi. The award-winning photographer who was born in Umlazi has … Continue reading

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2014 July 28: Memories never fade away – ‘Foot for Love’

My reflection on our 2012 Paris trip that we, Thokozani Football Club (TFC) had. It all started at the Thokozani football club that I joined voluntarily in 2008, hence I’m proud of myself for making such a good decision. Firstly … Continue reading

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2014 July 10: My remarkable Durban Pride experience

by Sicka Jones One of my dreams came true when I received a call from Siphokazi Nombande, the 2014 Durban Pride organizer, informing us that they have a slot for JacobsJones in their event which was held on the 28th … Continue reading

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2014 Feb.28: Isiphiwo Sami

This short documentary is an exploration of Black Queers in SA (Beauties)… Queerizing Public Spaces. Produced in Durban in 2013, an exchange between black trans/ femme gay identifying persons from Durban and Johannesburg. Continuous documentation of Inkanyiso Productions celebrating our … Continue reading

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