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2014 Oct. 15: Dignified funeral for LGBTI and HIV activist

by Lerato Dumse Kind, compassionate, diligent and loving are some of the words used by speakers, to describe Musa Williams (47). How he performed his duties at work, and his activism fighting for the rights of LGBTI and HIV positive … Continue reading

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2013 May 6: Archiving Noxolo Nogwaza’s funeral

… this documentary was produced in 2011 when we buried Noxolo Nogwaza in KwaThema, Ekurhuleni, Johannesburg. She was a 24 year old mother of two children who were then orphaned by hate crime related incident. It is in different languages: … Continue reading

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2013 April 24: Abantu by Nqobile Zungu

… at Noxolo Nogwaza’s commemoration in Tsakane, Ekurhuleni. Johannesburg. Related articles 2013 April 24: Noxolo Nogwaza’s fading memory

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2013 April 24: Noxolo Nogwaza’s fading memory

by Lerato Dumse Exactly two years after her tragic killing, Noxolo Nogwaza‘s family and friends are still searching for answers. Ekurhuleni Pride Organizing Committee (EPOC) together with Amnesty International hosted a commemoration service on Wednesday, 24th April 2013. The day … Continue reading

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