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2015 July 31: Lihle Sokhela’s killer shows no remorse

Text and photos by Lerato Dumse It was a bittersweet moment when Thabo Molefe (47) was sentenced to a concurrent 22 years for murder and 12 years for raping Lihle Sokhela (28). Sokhela was a black lesbian from Daveyton. There … Continue reading

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2014 March 21: Whose Democratic rule?

by Thozie Mathe South Africa passed its first democratic Constitution in 1996, ending a 50-year regime of institutionalized discrimination known as apartheid, and 300 years of legal discrimination. The new laws, in contrast, institutionalized the principles of non-discrimination in the … Continue reading

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