Category Archives: SA mainstream media

2013 Aug. 26: Azania Mosaka of PowerFM interviewed Muholi

Location: PowerFM studio Houghton, Johannesburg When: Mon. 26/08/2013 We, (Kopano, Nqobile and Muholi – Inkanyiso crew) arrived at the studio on time at 12h50 for 13h05 radio interview which started just after news till 13h58. Azania interviewed Muholi on Visual … Continue reading

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2013 Aug. 17: South African Artists shining the light abroad

… from 55th Venice Biennale, Italy to My Joburg, Paris. We are (t)here. Imaginary Fact What the Minister of Arts & Culture, Paul Mashatile said at the opening of SA Pavillion at Venice Biennale on the 31st May 2013. _____________________________________________ … Continue reading

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2013 July 16: Mo(u)rning in progress @ 26

Where: Thokoza township, Johannesburg What: Three (3) days after Duduzile Zozo’s burial When: 16/07/2013 How many: 24 participants excluding taxi drivers. Who: Mostly black lesbians and gays… Camera used:  Canon 6D with zoom lens EF-S 85 mm lens  1:1.8 Previous by/ featuring … Continue reading

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2013 June 30: When Women’s private parts have no Privacy

by Lerato Dumse Women in South Africa face many challenges; however, being a woman in some parts of Makhaza, Khayelitsha must be a nightmare. The issue was first brought to my attention in 2010, when residents marched against Khayelitsha open … Continue reading

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2013 June 5: Lesego sharing the work of Inkanyiso at the LGBT conference in Salzburg, AUSTRIA

Panel Social media and LGBT Identities in the 21st century: Access, distribution, new social spaces, limitations. LGBT and Human Rights: New Challenges, Next Steps 02 Jun – 07 Jun, 2013   Members of Faculty and List of participants Related articles … Continue reading

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2013 May 11: My last hour

Photo album @ Limpopo Pride (after march at the cricket club).  Polokwane. by Zanele Muholi (2013.05.11)  

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2013 May 6: Archiving Noxolo Nogwaza’s funeral

… this documentary was produced in 2011 when we buried Noxolo Nogwaza in KwaThema, Ekurhuleni, Johannesburg. She was a 24 year old mother of two children who were then orphaned by hate crime related incident. It is in different languages: … Continue reading

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