Tag Archives: Friendships

2019 March 20: Leaving today to arrive yesterday

by Pam Dlungwana   Its a day in a week, in a month, in a year of a calendar we recognise but Lebo and I can’t tell you what time it is or what day it is without asking someone … Continue reading

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2018 Nov. 10: Unique Transgender Seminar in KwaZulu Natal

Text and photos by Thobeka Bhengu   The transgender seminar is held at the Durban Gay Centre in KwaZulu-Natal once a month. This session was held at the centre on the 10th of November 2018 in the morning. It is … Continue reading

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2018 Nov. 9: Johannesburg Pride 2018 that was

by Thobeka Bhengu The 29th edition of Johannesburg Pride had another run on the 25th to the 28th of October 2018, packed with multiple events that ranged from a lifestyle conference focusing on health and LGBTQ+ rights, a fitness event, … Continue reading

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2017 Sept. 11: ‘Brave Beauties’ Cape Town Chapter

by Zama Shange On August  22, 2017 at 12h30, I received a WhatsApp text from Zanele Muholi: “Would you consider joining us for the Cape Town show to open on 31/08/17”. Needless to say I was stunned, and for a … Continue reading

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2017 Aug. 21: Brave Beauty from Umlazi to Amsterdam

by Yaya Mavundla conversing with Le Sishi Travelling is lot of work. It involves a lot of preparations. There is a lot of stress and excitement at the same time. Travelling abroad is even worse. Especially if you travelling for … Continue reading

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2017 July 27: Dignified memorial service for Iko Mash

Text by Yaya Mavundla Photos by Zanele Muholi What a well organised and most dignified memorial service held at Bassline, Newtown for our dear friend Iko Mash. Transgender activist and media personality shocked many by her sudden passing. She passed … Continue reading

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2017 April 27: 23 Years of ‘Freedom’

“The prospect of being given a second chance after 1994 is rather intricate, I say to you now; I am the change I want to see in South Africa. As much as I was once left bruised, violated, lied to, … Continue reading

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