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2015 Oct. 9: Muholi presents at the Penny Stamps Distinguished Speaker Series

Text by Lerato Dumse Photos by Lerato and Constanza McKinstry A total 360º is the best way to describe the change of weather that awaited Zanele Muholi and I when we arrived in Ann Arbor, Michigan (USA). Unlike the windy … Continue reading

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2015 Sept. 11: Ubuntu bam’

by Noluntu Makalima Who is Noluntu they ask, Noluntu is a universal being who embraces the true spirit of the name “Ubuntu”, meaning the love of all humanity. The name favours the spirit of unity at all times.  Noluntu validates … Continue reading

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2015 May 5: My journey so far in life

by Nosipo Solundwana My name is Nosipo Gloria Solundwana, also known as SPHOLA. I am a 27-year-old ‘butch’ lesbian living on the East-Rand, in Katlehong. I live with my four siblings and I am the first born at home. I … Continue reading

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2015 March 16: Response to Muholi – Artist’s Talk

@ UCL Centre for the Study of Contemporary Art at 6pm by Dr Cadence Kinsey Ahead of the exhibition opening, which is part of the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize, nominee, Zanele Muholi visited the History of Art Department at UCL to … Continue reading

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2014 Dec. 7: The joys and pains of organising Faces and Phases (2006-14) book launch

by Lerato Dumse  Apart from reading about it, and maybe seeing them in movies, the first time I attended a book launch in which I feature amongst many black lesbians and transgender individuals was on November 7, 2014 held at … Continue reading

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2014 Dec. 1: “The portraits are no longer just pictures”

Book Review by Rene Mathibe I have been fascinated with books ever since I learnt how to read. To be able to read and understand someone’s story is beautiful. Zanele Muholi launched her fourth book titled “Faces and Phases 2006-14” … Continue reading

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