Category Archives: Natalspruit

2014 Dec. 1: “The portraits are no longer just pictures”

Book Review by Rene Mathibe I have been fascinated with books ever since I learnt how to read. To be able to read and understand someone’s story is beautiful. Zanele Muholi launched her fourth book titled “Faces and Phases 2006-14” … Continue reading

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2013 Nov. 11: Researching Resilience

  A journey of research on Black lesbians in South Africa and finding hope by Bridget Ngcobo In January of 2012 I ventured to Katlehong, a township in Johannesburg to conduct ethnographic research on Black South African lesbian activism, with … Continue reading

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