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2019 April. 12: Free State Arts Symposium The Essential Ingredient 

Review by Thobeka Bhengu  On the 21st of March 2019, Inkanyiso Media team in support of Sir Zanele Muholi attended the 3rd annual Free State Arts Symposium (FSAS) 2019, the queer edition, which looked at the essential ingredient. The symposium brought under one roof various artists, … Continue reading

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2014 July 18: Women’s Day lecture at UFS

    Featuring the  portrait of Siphiwe Mbatha, August House, Johannesburg, 2012 © Zanele Muholi     Previous lectures   2014 June 17:  Muholi’s Ryerson University (RIC) talk   and   2014 April 29:  Muholi to speak at UC San … Continue reading

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