Category Archives: Grateful

2014 Nov. 7: Faces and Phases (2006 – 2014) book launch in Johannesburg

Where:  Market Photo Workshop Photos by Lindeka Qampi       Text by Amo Senokwane It was great to finally attend an event organised for Zanele Muholi by Lerato Dumse (a participant in the F&P series and journalist) emotionally supported … Continue reading

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2014 Oct. 15: “Young, Gifted and Gay”

by Lerato Ntlatlane-Malibe It is funny how as people we are covered by different labels. When people discover that I am gay, comments I normally receive are “but you are so feminine and pretty”. Really! As a writer/columnist for a … Continue reading

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2014 July 20: Wet Pride in Paris

by Lindeka Qampi 28/06/2014                                                                         … Continue reading

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2014 July 12: Being treated like a Queen in Durban

by Sfiso ‘Candice’ Nkosi It is Thurs. 26th June 2014, my friend, Precious Maqojana and I left for Durban Pride from Johannesburg Park Station at 22:00. We stopped in Montrose for some refreshments and a bathroom break. I was starting … Continue reading

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2014 July 15: “Intombi” – Photo of the Day

Title:  Intombi I … in collaboration with Valerie Thomas, Paris (2014)       (Re)inventing Aesthetic and (Re)imagining Meaning: (Re)creating Black Beauty By Bridget Ngcobo   Zanele Muholi, a black South African visual activist standing in Paris, France stands in … Continue reading

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2013 Dec. 16: “Sibonga uMadiba ngokulwela inkululeko yethu”

by Londeka Dlamini Izolo iNingizimu Afrika yonkana ibithintekile ngokuhanjelwa iqhawe uTata Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela obefihlwa khona izolo endaweni yase Qunu esifundazweni sase Eastern Cape okulapho azalelwa khona uTata. Khona manjalo isizwe sonkana nakwamanye amazwe bekugujwa inkululeko asilethela yona uTata uMandela, … Continue reading

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