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2017 July 22: LGBTI Leadership & Career Expo

Text by Yaya Mavundla    It is Saturday the 22nd of July 2017, Constitution Hill and Koketso Rathumbu hosted a group of LGBTI individuals from townships and the surroundings of Gauteng to change stereotypes of LGBTI people & careers, expose … Continue reading

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2015 Aug. 8: Celebrated my late sister’s life

by Boitumelo ‘Tumi’ Nkopane At 16:45pm on the 4th of June 2015 I met with Ayanda “Kiss” Masina at Tsakane taxi rank. We were meeting as participants of Faces and Phases/Yithi Laba Intergenerational Conference, held at Constitution Hill (Con Hill) from the 5 … Continue reading

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2014 Nov. 27: “Unless something is done, people will continue to die brutally”

Report by Lerato Dumse “Consolidating and celebrating the gains of 20 years of a democratic government in partnership with the LGBTI community in Gauteng,” was the theme used by the sector parliament hosted by the Gauteng Province Legislature (GPL). Health, … 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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2014 Jan. 29: South Africa’s New Mo(u)rning

   by Bridget Ngcobo What does it mean to be living in post apartheid South Africa? Does it mean, as the name of the generation alludes that we are (re)born free? Are our eyes open to the colors and sounds … Continue reading

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