Category Archives: Education

2019 March. 30: Day 3 of Documenting teachers in KZN

A review by Thobeka Bhengu Plan for the day 9:00-5pm Shooting at Gugulethu Primary School in KwaMashu and Thamela Primary School in Umlazi Gugulethu Primary School: Interview the school Principal Interview a former student Interview former colleagues Establishing shots & … Continue reading

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2019 March. 29: Day 2 of Documenting teachers in KZN

Documenting Nonhlanhla Khuzwayo (a retired teacher) A review by Thobeka Bhengu Photos by Terra Dick Plan for the day 11:00-5pm Shooting at Durban North Interview Nonhlanhla Khuzwayo at her home                      … Continue reading

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2019 March. 29: Day 1 of Documenting teachers in KZN

A review by Thobeka Bhengu Shooting time: 9am-6pm Document Mam Futhi at school and in the classroom. Interviewing the Principal Interviewing a Colleague Interview 2 students: N.B provide consent form. Document Mam Futhi after school and at her home. The … Continue reading

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2016 Jan. 31: Muholi’s upcoming mo(ve)ments

Feb. 2016: Announcements on upcoming exhibition, artist talk/lectures in the US Source:  Posters provided by hosts and partners       Previous lectures:   2015 Dec. 8:  Cultural exchange from Johannesburg to Sardinia   and   2015 Oct. 14:  Brief … Continue reading

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2015 Oct. 14: Brief visit to Amherst

by Lerato Dumse While we were attending the Fire & Ink LGBT conference in Detroit, USA, Zanele Muholi informed me that she had confirmed her presence at Amherst College, in Massachusetts from October 14-16, 2015. We travelled from the Detroit … Continue reading

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2015 June 9: The love that will never be replaced

As I write this now I’m thinking about all the good and wonderful times I had with the woman I will never forget and never see again. I’m Collen Mfazwe, a black lesbian photographer and proudly South African. This is not about me; … Continue reading

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2015 May 14: “I’m happy living my life the way I am”

  I’m Ziningi Praiseworth Ndovela, a 31year old born in Izingolweni (kwaXolo tribal) and grew up there until I obtained my Senior Certificate, then moved to Durban in Umlazi township. I belong to the lesbian world, the life that some people hate … Continue reading

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