Category Archives: Maureen Velile Majola

LGBTI Destiny First Gathering

Text by Maureen Majola Photos by Ts’episo Mahooe A group of femme lesbians from Mpumalanga but currently residing in joburg decided to come together and form a group that will tackle issues that are faced by same sex couples and … Continue reading

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2019 May 29: Stwetla, living in danger but still living

Text by Maureen Majola                                                                          … Continue reading

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2019 April. 10: Alex Total Shutdown

Text by Maureen Velile Majola Photo Album by Akhona Hailele The residence of Alexandra Township As per Wikipedia Alexandra Township was established in 1912 on land that was originally owned by a farmer, a Mr H.B. Pepenfus, who tried to … Continue reading

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2019 April 5 “I am Winnie Mandela” concert

Text by Velile Maureen Majola Photos by Akhona Hailele It’s the 4th of April 2019; I woke up feeling excited about attending the concert. We left the house and made our way to Constitution Hill where the concert was held … Continue reading

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2014 May 21: Muholi presents a lecture on Black Queer Born Frees in SA

  Where: Bremen University (Art & Design) department Country: Germany When: 21/05/2014 The guest lecture and workshop was part of the hon. professorship duties. See previous for details on the link below. 2013 Nov. 4: From Market Photo Workshop to … Continue reading

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2013 June 21: Yesterday’s Reality Check

Breakfast dialogue: Reality check: Understanding the lives of sexual minority women in South Africa. – Is lack of knowledge and misunderstandings causing sensationalism and victimhood in the media? Each time we are represented by outsiders, we are merely seen as … Continue reading

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2013 June 21: The Princess of Norway pitched just for Muholi

by Maureen Velile Majola As we gathered at the Kunstplass 5 gallery waiting for the Crown Princess of Norway, Mette-Marit to arrive. The Princess made a special trip to the gallery just to meet Zanele Muholi and see the ‘I See Rainbows’ … Continue reading

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