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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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2014 Aug. 21: “We want ACTION. Why must we still fight for OUR RIGHTS!?”

At the forefront of our struggle, at this time of sadness… Activists from Gay Umbrella leading the way to the sport grounds before the Memorial service of Disebo Gift Makau… Angry community members demanding justice for Disebo…     On … Continue reading

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2014 Feb.7: How we remembered Mandela

  A short documentary captured during our Amsterdam visit in Dec. 2013. In song, dance and poetry, the great man’s spirit was kept alive even though he was no longer there. Thanks to ZAM for making the function possible, held … Continue reading

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2013 Dec. 6: IDEA dialogue on strategies of activism with Southern African activists

International IDEA (Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance) 2013: Africa Programme at the Workshop on “Strategies to overcome Political Exclusion-Lessons from Southern Africa” held in Pretoria, South Africa. by Jeremiah Sepotokele The International IDEA (Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance) … Continue reading

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2013 Oct. 4: Lona umzimba wami – “This is my body”

    Title           :      Lona Umzimba Wami Genre          :      Experimental film Duration  :      3 mins Year            :      2011 Crew … Continue reading

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