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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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2014 Sept. 21: Sharing love and friendships at the 1st Mpumalanga Pride Photos – PART I

nobody knew what we had before the march…   …our writer, Christie van Zyl, videographer Siba Nkumbi and photographer Lindeka Qampi before getting on it…   L-R:  Siphiwe Mbatha, Vuvu Mtsweni and Luh Cele having breakfast     Sisters embrace… … Continue reading

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