Category Archives: Eudy Simelane

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 March 17: Paris Is Burning with Candles…

 photo by Zanele Muholi in Paris (March 17,2013) VEILLEE COMMEMORATIVE Candlelight ceremony When Quand: le 17 Mars 2013 Where Où: Angle av. de la Cascade – Av. Edouard Petit, Paris 19 (Métro Botzaris) When Heure: @ 18h00 Inkanyiso & Les … Continue reading

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