Category Archives: Johannesburg People’s PRIDE (JHBPP)

2019 Sep. 24: Ekurhuleni Pride takes over Daveyton for first time ever!

by Lindiwe Dhlamini  It is that time of the year in Gauteng where LGBTIAQ+ Pride protests and celebrations take place. On the 14th of September 2019 I had the opportunity to attend Ekurhuleni Pride. Celebrating its 11thyear; for the first time … Continue reading

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2013 Oct. 5: Photos from Johannesburg People’s Pride

Photo album by Collen Mfazwe Location: Constitution Hill, Hillbrow, Johannesburg. South Africa. Related articles Queer spots pointed for our first Johannesburg People’s Pride and 2013 Sept. 30: Intimate kisses at Soweto Pride 2013       Johannesburg People’s Pride (JHBPP) took place … Continue reading

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2013 Aug. 26: Azania Mosaka of PowerFM interviewed Muholi

Location: PowerFM studio Houghton, Johannesburg When: Mon. 26/08/2013 We, (Kopano, Nqobile and Muholi – Inkanyiso crew) arrived at the studio on time at 12h50 for 13h05 radio interview which started just after news till 13h58. Azania interviewed Muholi on Visual … Continue reading

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2013 Aug. 20: Lesbian Activist Survives Stabbing

Report by Thekwane Bongi Mpisholo 14th Aug. 2013: Johannesburg A black lesbian activist aged 26 was attacked and stabbed by one of the elderly men in her neighbourhood, in her township of Vosloorus. The incident occurred five days after National … Continue reading

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Queer spots pointed for our first Johannesburg People’s Pride

by Lesego Tlhwale “JHBPP must be commended for taking the initiative to reclaim the Pride and taking it back to its original stance that of conscience and knowing who and what we are as people. Dope launch on Saturday”, this … Continue reading

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