Tag Archives: Contributors

2014 May 10: Unrequited love

by Bonolo Mokua   I could never hold her hand Though I would always get lost in her eyes, I could never hold her hand In fear that everyone would see that I am madly in love with her And … Continue reading

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2014 Feb.4: Newly ordained pastors of VMCI church

  Translated by Christie FossilSoul Edited by Fikile Mazambani On Saturday, 1 February 2014, the congregation of Victory Ministries Church International (VMCI) in Durban witnessed the ordaining of new pastors – a ceremony they had waited for with bated breath.  … Continue reading

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2014 Jan.20: “Walking Corpse”

Marred & dictated to, by none that created I. Jailed into faculties that were insisted upon, way before my existence. Pathways of Myself, pre-determined by structures that had lesser understandings of the complexities of human. Born and raised into the … Continue reading

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2012 Dec. 8 – present: Inkanyiso CONTRIBUTORS

… the best documenters who have worked with Inkanyiso in the past and present. as an organisation we are grateful and would like to say keep on PRODUCING… EDUCATING… and DISSEMINATING information to all those LGBTIQA communities who might not … Continue reading

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