Category Archives: Individuals

2015 Nov. 25: The best ‘black’ exhibition of the season

Photo album by Lebo Mashifane                                                 Read and view photos from Somnyama Ngonyama series, currently showing at … Continue reading

Posted in 2015 Nov. 19 - 2016 Jan. 29, A new visual history, Activists Act, Alternative family, Another Approach Is Possible, Appreciation, Archiving Queer Her/Histories in SA, Art, Art Activism, Art Activism in South Africa, Art Is A Human Right, Art is Queer, Baring, Beauty, Beauty queens, Before US, Before You, Being conscientized, being recognized, being respected., Being seen, Best attendance, Black, Black bodies, Black Body as a Material, Black Female Body, Black Queer & Gifted, Blackness, Brave Beauties, Butch identity, by Lebo Mashifane, Celebrating my mother, Characters, Claiming blackness, Collaborations, Collectivism, Confidence, Crea(c)tive senses, Creating awareness, Exhibition, Existence, Exploration, Expression, Feelings, Freedom, Gendered photographs, Gratitude, Health, Human Beings, Individuals, Inkanyiso crew, Johannesburg, LGBTI community, Named, Opening, Own body for Art, Photos, Politics, Race, Somnyama Ngonyama, South African visual history, Stevenson gallery, Support, Visual activism, Visual Activist, We Love Photography | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

2015 Aug. 21: Bagwetshiwe abasolwa ngokudlwengula

by Londeka Dlamini BAVELE enkantolo ephakeme e-Port Elizabeth ngo Lwesine abalisa abane abasolwa ngokudlwengula owasifazane ngenxa yobulili bakhe (Corrective Rape). Owesifazane oneminyaka engamashumi amathathu nanye (31) esiligodlile igama lakhe wadlwengulwa, wahlukunyezwa ngesihluku wabelwa nempahla yakhe zingu 29 ku Masingana (January) … Continue reading

Posted in Another Approach Is Possible, Archived memories, Black lesbians in South Africa, Bodies and histories, Brutality, Butch identity, Captioned, Creating awareness, Evidence, Expression, Feelings, Female being, Gender Based Violence (GBV)., Gender Equality, Gender expression, Homosexuality, Human Beings, Humiliation, Individuals, Insulted, Invisibility, Power of the Voice, South Africa, Undermined, We Are You, We Care, We Still Can with/out Resources, Writing is a Right | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

2015 July 6 Oslo Residency Appreciation

by Lindeka Qampi Hectic preparations for Visa It was such a hard experience applying for a visa to Norway. Time was against me, I was stressing myself about how to manage my busy schedule, as I was documenting the daily … Continue reading

Posted in Creating awareness, Incredible, Independence, Individuals, Inkanyiso media | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

2015 Feb. 13: From Johannesburg to Oslo

Photo Album by Nontuthuzelo Mduba, Themba Vilakazi and Zanele Muholi   2015 Feb. 10:  Shaz aka “Sicka Starban” Mthunzi was lucky enough to be accompanied by her family to the airport. Her mother is standing on the far left (wearing … Continue reading

Posted in Another Approach Is Possible, Archived memories, Arguments, Art Activism, Art is Queer, Art Therapy, Articulation, As we are, Background, Beautiful faces, Beauty, Before You, Being, Being conscientized, Being heard, Being seen, Black Lesbian Love, Bodies and histories, Body, Brave, Bringing photography to the community, Brotherhood, Captioned, Captured, Caring citizens, Creating awareness, Expenses, Expression, For peace sake, Friends, Friendships, From Johannesburg to Oslo, Gender Equality, Gender expression, Gender naming, Give, Gratitude, Happiness, Happy, Hardships, He(ART), Homosexuality, Honesty, Hope, Human Beings, Human rights, I am not the only one, I am Somebody, I can't do it ALONE, I love my brothers, I love photography, I use CANON, I was (T)here, I was here, I-N-K-A-N-Y-I-S-O, Important, Incredible, Independence, Individuals, Influenced, Inkanyiso media, Inner feelings, Innocent, Interaction, Interpretation, Interviews, Intimate, Introductions, Issues, Issues of sexuality, Key issues, Knowledge, Lack of Resources, Language, Laughter, Layout, Legacies of Existence, Legacy, Lesbian Love Is Possible in South Africa, Let us give a girl child a chance, Life, Life is a production..., Like to travel, Mobility, Photographs, Photography, Photography as a therapy, Power of the Voice, Queer Power, queerity, question of history., Questioning, Sharing information, Shaz Sicka Starban Mthunzi, South Africa, Textualizing Our Own Lives, Thankful, The Chroniclers, The cost of travel, Time, Together we can, Togetherness, Touch, Touching, Understanding, Videography, Visibility, Vision, Visual activism, Visual Arts, Visual democracy, Visual diaries, We Are You, We Care, We Still Can with/out Resources, Work, Writing is a Right | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 6 Comments

2015 Jan. 16: Non/Believers of New Year’s resolutions

Interviews by Lebo ‘Leptie’ Phume For years now I’ve been jotting down my new years resolutions and not even once have I followed them. I now find it useless for me to waste my time and write them down knowing very well … Continue reading

Posted in Archived memories, Collectivism, Community outreach, Community work, Conversation, Creating awareness, Creative Writing, Diversity, Healthier, Important, Individuals, Inner feelings, Power of the Voice, Present, Readings, Support, Textualizing Our Own Lives, We Are You, We Care, We Still Can with/out Resources | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

2014 Dec. 28: Javas & Mashadi’s pre wedding lunch

Where:  Mike’s Kitchen in Alberton With who:  Inkanyiso crew & Friends Camera used:  Canon 600D     Sisters with style… lead by Zandile Makhubu in front with blue top… Our lovely couple, Javas & Mashadi Ndlovu to get married in … Continue reading

Posted in Acceptance, Activists, Activists Act, Alternative family, Announcement, Another Approach Is Possible, Archived memories, Archiving Queer Her/Histories in SA, Arguments, Art Is A Human Right, Art is Queer, Articles, Articulation, As we are, Attention, Background, Baring, Beautiful, Beautiful faces, Beauty, Before You, Being, Being conscientized, Black lesbian visibility, Black Lesbians, Black Queer & Gifted, Bodies, Body Politics, Bringing photography to the community, Came out of the closet, Captioned, Captured, Caring for our female youth, Celebration, Citizenship, Claiming, Claiming mainstream spaces, Claiming the public spaces, Collaborations, Collective, Collectivism, Commemoration, Comment, Commitment, Committed, Community education, Community Mobilizing, Community organizing, Community outreach, Confession, Connected souls, Connections, Consent, Consideration, Contributors, Conversation, Corruption, Crea(c)tive senses, Creating awareness, Creative Writing, Creativity, Cultural activists, Culture of reading and writing, Daring, Dedication, Democracy, Description, Despair, Details, Difference, Different positions, Dignity, disappearance, Disappointment, Discomfort, discourse, Divergence, Diversity, Documentation; Filming; Photography; Community, Documenting hate crimes, Documenting realities of the townships, Dress sense, Edited, Education, Elegance, Emotional support, Empowerment, Evidence, Exhibition, Existence, Expertise, Exploration, Exposure, Expression, Facing You, Faith, Families, Families and Friends, Featuring, Feelings, Female Photographers, Freedom, Freedom of being, Freedom to be..., Friends, Gender activist, Gender articulation, Gender expression, Gender naming, Gift, Gratitude, Hardships, Human rights, Humiliation, I am not the only one, I am Somebody, I can't do it ALONE, I love photography, I use CANON, I was (T)here, I was here, Identity, Ignorance, Important, Inconsiderate, Incredible, Independence, Individuals, Influenced, Javas Joyce Ndlovu featuring in Faces and Phases, Javas Ndlovu & partner Mashadi, Lebo Mashifane, Longing, Love, Love is a human right, Love is Queer, Loved, Lovely words, Loving, Lunch with friends to wish the couple well, Mainstreaming our queer issues, Making a mark, Media works, Memory, Moments, Moments in herstory, Motivation, My body, Naming, New challenge, Supporting each other, We Are You, We love each other, We love photographs, We Still Can with/out Resources, We were (t)here, Wishing, Wishing you well, Witnesses, Womanhood, Women's power, Words, Work, Worked for us, Writing is a Right | Leave a comment

2014 Dec. 24: If things were going my way

Lebo Leptie Phume & Zanele Muholi interviewed some special friends about their Christmas wishes. I grew up celebrating Christmas because that’s what everyone was doing and it’s not like I had a choice not to celebrate it. Even though I … Continue reading

Posted in A new visual history, Abantu, Acceptance, Act, Acting, Articles, Articulation, Arts, Arts & Culture, As we are, Attention, Baring, Beautiful, Beautiful people, Beauty, Before US, Before You, Begging, Being, Being conscientized, Being heard, Black Queer & Gifted, Blackness, Bodies and histories, Captioned, Captured, Caring citizens, Celebration, Challenging the un-African homosexuality, Characters, Christmas wishes, Citizenship, Claiming, Collective, Collectivism, Comfort, Comment, Community, Connected souls, Connections, Consideration, Crea(c)tive senses, Creating awareness, Creative Writing, Cultural activists, Daring, Dedication, Delegation, Different positions, Edited, Education, Emotional support, Empowerment, Evidence, Excitement, Existence, Experience, Expertise, Exploration, Exposure, Expression, Facing You, Facts, Families, Families and Friends, Family support, Fantasy, Favourite, Featuring, Feelings, Festive season, Freedom, Freedom of being, Friends, Friendships, Give, Gratitude, Happiness, He(ART), History, Homosexuality, Honesty, Hope, Human Beings, I almost wished, I am not the only one, I am Somebody, I can't do it ALONE, I was (T)here, I was here, Imagined, Incredible, Independence, Individuals, Influenced, Inner feelings, Know Your SA Queer History, Knowledge, Language, Lebo Phume, Legacies of Existence, Lessons learnt, LGBT community, Liberation, Life, Life is a production..., Life lived, Life Stories, Live, Living, Living by example, Longing, Love, Love is a human right, Love is Queer, Loved, Lovers, Loving, Mainstreaming our queer issues, Memories, Mind, Mission, Moments, Moments in our history, Motivation, Naming, Patience, Perception, Power of the Voice, Powerful, Privilege, Queer Power, Queer South Africa, Queer texts, Queer visibility, Questions, Real, Reality, Reason, Recognition, recognized, Recording, Reflections, Relationship, Relationships, Remembering, Respected person, Respondents, Self-worth, Sexuality, Sexuality in South Africa, Sharing, Sharing knowledge, Sharing thoughts, Success, Visibility, Vision, Visual Power, Visual sense, Visual Voices, Visualizing public spaces, We Are You, We Care, We love each other, We Still Can with/out Resources, Wishing | Tagged , , | Leave a comment