Category Archives: Inkanyiso media

2015 June 27: My best Oslo Pride

by Zanele Muholi Where:  Oslo, Norway Camera used:  Canon 6d with 85mm and 50mm lenses For what: VACEP initiative                                           … Continue reading

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2015 April 20: Graduation feelings

by Lerato Dumse Photos by Collen Mfazwe/ Inkanyiso Where:  Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria In what:  Graduated with a BTech in Journalism   While walking off stage at Gencor Hall after graduating from the Tshwane University of Technology on April 20 … Continue reading

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LGBTQIA History Month: Our Heroes- Zanele Muholi

Visual Activism is an alternative approach to convey black lgbti history in SA and beyond.

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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

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2015 Feb. 10: Another round for Norway

by Lerato Dumse Lillestrøm, Norway, is how successful South African photographer/artivist, Zanele Muholi, kicks off her traveling schedule for the year 2015. Apart from on-going shows such as her Midsumma exhibition in Australia, titled Visual Activism. Black and White portraits from her lifetime project, Faces … Continue reading

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2014 Dec.23: Two days before Christmas in Mafikeng

On this day we hired a car and drove to Mafikeng, North West to introduce the Faces and Phases (2006 -2014) book to some of the participants featuring in it and their friends. We also met new possible participants. The … Continue reading

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2014 Dec. 7: My eight weeks at Market Photo Workshop doing FC

by Smanga Shange Being at Market Photo Workshop was the best thing that ever happened to me, not only did I learnt about photography, I also found myself a new family – my classmates, my first real contacts in the … Continue reading

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