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2014 Sept. 30: “I truly love Cape Town”

Photo album by Ntombifuthi Shabalala from Aurora Girls High School My first visit to eKapa for the Cape Town Month of Photography where we presented our projects at Labia Theatre amongst other experts. Colourful homes, a good view in Muizenberg beach… … Continue reading

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2014 May 19: ‘Titleless’

“She won’t open up about anything that hurts so I’ve had to source alternative ways to understand the woman I love. She’s my calm, introverted soul who has mastered the persona of a swan – floats swiftly with grace and … Continue reading

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2013 Sept. 19: The killing of Mandisa was immoral and uncalled for

by Charmain Carrol Today marks exactly a year and seventeen (17) days since Mandisa Mbambo was laid to rest in iNanda Township, Durban in KwaZulu Natal. One might wonder what the relevance of this information is and if it is of … Continue reading

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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

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