Tag Archives: Contribution

2015 July 24: LGBT network emerges from Shell

by Lerato Dumse After spending a year identifying, researching, reaching out, approaching, and convincing senior leaders, Linda Mayekiso succeeded in his plan to see Shell South Africa launch an LGBT network. This event was held on Tuesday, July 21 2015 … Continue reading

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2015 April 12: Dear fellow Black person

by Siba Nkumbi Need I remind you that there is no rule for pronunciation? Why do you feel the need to auto-correct me in the middle of a sentence, because that is not how you pronounce a certain word? Let … Continue reading

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2014 Dec. 29: Reflection for the end of 2014

  2014 is fast drawing to an end. For some it has been a challenging year, while for others, it was smooth sailing. In all that has happened we need to thank God for the good and the bad that we … Continue reading

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2014 Oct. 29: “I always avoided fights”

by Vania Cruz I’ve always known that I’m different from the person standing next to me, unique and intelligent. Lend me your brains not your ears because I want to paint my picture on it. My name is Vania Cruz … Continue reading

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2014 June 29: Photos from LGBTI Breakfast Discussion

  When:  6th June 2014 Where:  Hilton Hotel, Sandton, Johannesburg.       The US Embassy held a breakfast session with SA LGBTI experts and stakeholders. The session was to engage the U.S Export-Import Bank chairperson, Mr Fred Hochberg, and … Continue reading

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