Category Archives: Rainbow flag

2014 Aug. 11: My experiences of Paris, Mpumalanga and Durban Gay Pride

by Luh Cele My perseverance and the love of the game once upon a time resulted in a progressive life of meeting interesting people and travel abroad. In this note I’d like to share share my lifetime experiences, of pride marches … Continue reading

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2013 Nov. 15: ‘It gets better’ with Feather Awards

by Lerato Dumse Wearing our Sunday best, with bags filled with cameras, recorders, notebooks, tripods and equipment batteries fully charged, we left home ready to work. The destination was Kyalami Theatre on the Track, where the 5th Annual Feather awards … Continue reading

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2013 Oct. 26: Sandton Pride photos

Photos by Akhona Hailele (26.10.203)   About the photographer Akhona Hailele was born on the 6th of November 1989 in Queenstown, Eastern Cape and later moved to King Williams Town. Hailele then moved to Johannesburg in 2011 to further her … Continue reading

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