Category Archives: Ihawu members

2014 March 14: A video of Ayanda and Nhlanhla Moremi’s wedding

  4 months later … marital bliss. Ayanda Magoloza got married to Nhlanhla Moremi on the 9th Nov. 2013 in Katlehong. They exchanged the vows at Kwanele Park in Katlehong. Their wedding union was blessed by Pastor Tebogo Moema of Dominion … Continue reading

Video | Posted on by | Tagged , | 8 Comments

2013 Dec. 9: Zozo’s alleged murderer to appear in court for the second time

by Lesego Tlhwale As the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence draws to an end, the plight of Lesbian, Gay, bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) people in South Africa continues and the fight to eradicate hate crimes carries on … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Activists Act, Allies, Archived memories, Crimes, Family, Family support, Identity, Ihawu, Ihawu members, Katlehong, Knowledge, Love, Women's struggles, Women; Voices; Writings; Education; Traditions; Struggles; Cultures | Tagged | 3 Comments

2013 Nov. 9: Ayanda & Nhlanhla’s wedding

  … Seven (7) days later Photos by Lebo Ntladi   It was in 2011 during their vacation in Cape Town when Nhlanhla Moremi made a promised to marry Ayanda Magoloza in 2 years. 2013 came and Moremi finished paying … Continue reading

Image | Posted on by | Tagged | 19 Comments

2013 Sept. 11: Baby, last night was great for me

Photos by Collen Mfazwe … captured at exhibition opening What:  CRITICALLY QUEER is a group exhibition curated by Jabulani Chen Pereira featuring artists Neo Musangi, Kelebogile Ntladi, Dean Hutton, Selogadi Mampane, Dineo Seshee Bopape and Tyna Adebowale. Where:  FADA Gallery … Continue reading

Image | Posted on by | Tagged | 1 Comment

2013 July 16: Members of the LGBTI pour out their hearts

It is three days after Duduzile Zozo’s funeral exactly a month ago when South Africa celebrated Youth day and seven years nine days since the brutal murder of Salome Masooa and Sizakele Sigasa who were brutally murdered in July 2007, … Continue reading

Posted in As we are, Before You, Characters, Community Mobilizing, Evidence, Exposure, Friendships, Gender naming, Hate crime film, Ihawu members, Mourning, Nomaswazi Nkosi, Organizations, Politics of representation, Power of the Voice, Praying, Queer visibility, Queer Youth, Queercide, ReClaim Your Activism, Records and histories, Relationships, Reviews, South Africa, Uthingo members, Visual history, Visual history is a Right not a luxury, Visualizing public spaces, We Are You, We Care, We Still Can with/out Resources, Writing is a Right, Youth voices | Tagged | Leave a comment