Tag Archives: Durban

2016 April 18: “I have never seen so many Queer people under one roof…”

by Thembisa Cordelia Mhlawuli We are all born with greatness within, of course greatness is determined by the grace of your services to others. Humanity stands to be the one greatness within, which allows one to see greatness and strive … Continue reading

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2016 April 24: “Only a few people really know my sadness

  Sunday, that was the day we saw each other again after so long. Somehow I wasn’t as smooth as I wanted to be, but there She was on my door step. We had a young chat; spoke about life, … Continue reading

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2015 Dec. 27: Qhawekazi Elihle (Memoir)

by Tinashe Wakapila Knight and shining armour come in the image of males, who are strong and powerful. These men fight and correct problems every now and again. My article is a grieving article, a poetic article filled with flashback memories of … Continue reading

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2015 Dec. 8: Cultural exchange from Johannesburg to Sardinia

by Lerato Dumse After spending nearly a week in Durban attending a conference with Feminists, Artists, Academics and Activists. On November 30 2015, collaborators and friends, Lindeka Qampi and Zanele Muholi, made their way to Italy. They are participating in … Continue reading

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2015 June 28: Beauties from Faces celebrating their Phases

Where:  Durban, South Africa Being a woman is more to it than being a pretty face or have gorgeous make up that covers blemishes and pimples but it is about mostly the amount of struggle, trials and tribulations that one … Continue reading

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2015 April 6: VMCI Baptism at 2015 Easters in Durban

Photo Album by Zanele Muholi/ Inkanyiso                                                         Previous links   2015 Feb. 16: … Continue reading

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2015 Feb. 16: VMCI is a home away from home

by Tinashe Wakapila Red, Black and White are always the best definition of love and sharing. On February 15, members of Victory Ministries Church International (VMCI) looked bright, while wearing these colours. They were commemorating Valentine’s Day, which was celebrated … Continue reading

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2015 Jan.17: My Durban virgin- ity breaks

by Lebo Mashifane Woz’ eDurban (Come to Durban) Ukuhamba wukubona meaning “To explore is to experience”. The 2014 festive season was quite memorable as opposed to 2013 December holidays. Just like the first climax (orgasm), it was quite a revelation … Continue reading

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2014 Nov. 1: eKasi Tattoo Parlor!

by Mandisa Giqika I have been asked several times by my ex girlfriends to tattoo something unique about us. I always made up excuses not to. Tattoos are expensive and it also against my religion to tattoo my body. Here … Continue reading

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2014 March 25: Mzansi reacts on Mzamo “Mzamie” Gcabashe eviction from Big Brother

  by Yaya Mavundla Bubbly, honest, fashion forward, dramatic and of course smart are some of the things that comes up when one thinks of the KwaZulu Natal, Durban born Mzamo Gcabashe. Amongst so many things that he does, he’s … Continue reading

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