Category Archives: Zandile Makhubu

2013 Sept. 30: Intimate kisses at Soweto Pride 2013

Location:  Credo Mutwa Park, Soweto. Johannesburg, South Africa. Photos by Zandile Makhubu & Zanele Muholi © 2013/09/28   Previous article on Soweto Pride 2013 Sept. 29: Soweto Pride 2013

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2013 June 9: Baloi Bammino

by Zandile Makhubu  It is as cold as Eskimo country in Johannesburg, and the Inkanyiso crew is out and about in Rosebank Mall as we spot a group of vibrant singers and talented dancers. This Youth Day celebration marks a year … Continue reading

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