Category Archives: Lebo Mashile

2014 Aug. 14: HEAIDS Women’s Health – ZAZI Launch

Text by Christie van Zyl Photos by Lindeka Qampi and Zanele Muholi An inspiring message of Social co-hesion and responsibility was set at the launch of the ZAZI – Know your strength campaign. The event took place at the University … 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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