Tag Archives: Commitment

2019 March 3: Yithi Laba Exhibition Opening

by Lihle Mkhize The exhibition titled Yithi Laba is a celebration of reflection and commemoration of five women photographers in response to the Twenty-five years of Democracy. The show features a combination of five award winning photographers including Professor Zanele … Continue reading

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2016 Sept. 5 Awake

by Vania Cruz Maoze How do you start a day without knowing how it will end? We dream to see the reality. The reality is that here in South Africa it was started by people such as Simon Nkoli. He … Continue reading

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2015 Oct. 6: So Proud of Soweto Pride

Photo album I by Lindeka Qampi for Inkanyiso When:  26th Sept. 2015 Where:  Meadowlands, Zone 2 Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa                                         … Continue reading

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2014 June 21: Vanessa and Nana’s engagement party

Photos and text by Charmain Carrol. Four months ago… Where:  Midrand, Johannesburg When:  23rd March 2014 Bathini Dambuza and I were honoured to attend yet another engagement lunch of two of our fellow lesbian sisters held in Midrand, Johannesburg. The … Continue reading

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2014 March 13: SA Black Lesbian invades San Francisco

… that is Selaelo ‘Sly’ Mannya sharing knowledge with Lyric SF LGBT Youth. Last night I met a group of students ranging between ages 14 to 18. They are part of a collective called The Lyric SF Youth , which … Continue reading

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2013 Feb.10: Raped For Who I Am

A review “Raped for who I am” has to be the most difficult documentary I have ever had to watch in recent times. I have found soothing in my ability to remaining oblivious to the realities that pose a great … Continue reading

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