Tag Archives: Ekurhuleni

South African Visual Activism opens eyes in Liverpool

by Lerato Dumse It was exciting to witness the opening of Zanele Muholi’s Vukani exhibition, at Open Eye Gallery, in Liverpool UK. Three gallery rooms are currently occupied by Muholi’s photographs and documentaries on a show which opened on September 17, … Continue reading

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2014 May 26: EPOC (out)reaching effort

by Lebo Mashifane REPORT   EPOC (Ekurhuleni Pride Organising Committee) is a LGBTI organisation based in Vergenoeg, in KwaThema township, East Rand, Gauteng – South Africa. On May 17th, 2014 about 25 individuals including myself attended an outreach programme organised … Continue reading

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