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2015 March 20: Faces and Phases book launch at UCT African Gender Institute

    The Stevenson Exhibition Gallery and the African Gender Institute cordially invite you to the launch of ‘Faces & Phases‘ by Zanele Muholi. Zanele Muholi is a photographer and visual activist who affirms and celebrates the multiplicity of human … Continue reading

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2014 March 20: Black lesbian denied Schengen visa by German Embassy

      “For reasons unknown” Lungile Dladla, a South African lesbian, activist and participant in the world acclaimed Faces and Phases portraiture series by 2013 Prince Claus Laureate, Zanele Muholi, has been denied a visa to travel to Berlin, … Continue reading

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2014 Feb.5: “No one can live without love”

by Betesta Segale   My name is Betesta Segale. I am a 31 years old trans man. I am a LGTBI activist, a writer and a communicator. I have always found it easy to interact and be open with people. … Continue reading

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2014 Jan.9: “Enforcing my existence!”

Edited by Fikile Mazambani AneIe Khaba is a young black woman, born in Heidelburg on the 30th of May 1992 and was raised in Springs, Kwa-Thema. She lived with her parents and would spend time at her grandmothers’ as well until 2012 when … Continue reading

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