Tag Archives: Intergenerational Dialogue

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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2015 July 7: A month later after Yithi Laba conference

Photo Album Where:  Women’s Jail, Braamfontein, Johannesburg Photos by Lindeka Qampi & Zanele Muholi Videographers:  Mzonke Madotyeni & Phumlani Mdlalose Camera used:  Canon 6d                                 … Continue reading

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2015 Feb. 19: Trending with Shaz ‘Sicka’ in Oslo

Where:  Toyen, Oslo, Norway What:  During interview… With:  Themba Vilakazi     Related links   Related articles on this trip   2015 Feb. 15: “I have won again”     and     2015 Feb. 13: From Johannesburg to Oslo … Continue reading

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2013 June 21: Yesterday’s Reality Check

Breakfast dialogue: Reality check: Understanding the lives of sexual minority women in South Africa. – Is lack of knowledge and misunderstandings causing sensationalism and victimhood in the media? Each time we are represented by outsiders, we are merely seen as … Continue reading

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