Category Archives: performing artist

2013 Nov. 8: Great performance at the Ms Gay Soweto 2013 Semi Finals

Photos by Lebo Ntladi (08.11.2013) Where: Uncle Tom Hall, Soweto. Johanneburg What: Miss Gay Soweto Semi-finals Finals to be held on the 7th Dec. 2013 at Soweto Theatre.   About the photographer   Kelebogile Ntladi was born in Soweto and … Continue reading

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2013 Nov. 2: The best performance of Athi Patra Ruga in Paris

Performing The Future white woman of Azania. Procession-deambulation of d’Athi Patra Ruga. Video taken with iPhone 4 by Valerie Thomas in Paris. More on Athi Patra Ruga

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2013 Sept. 11: Baby, last night was great for me

Photos by Collen Mfazwe … captured at exhibition opening What:  CRITICALLY QUEER is a group exhibition curated by Jabulani Chen Pereira featuring artists Neo Musangi, Kelebogile Ntladi, Dean Hutton, Selogadi Mampane, Dineo Seshee Bopape and Tyna Adebowale. Where:  FADA Gallery … Continue reading

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