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2015 Sept. 1: Mr & Miss LGBTI Daveyton 2015

by Sicka ‘Sharon’ Mthunzi What a “turn up” as we say when an event is supported by many. People came in all shapes and sizes, from the ladies in their gorgeous dresses to the gentleman with their smart casual wear. … Continue reading

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2015 Aug. 30: Losing and regaining self love

My life resembles the story line of the famous English book Dr Jackal and Mr Hyde. I was born Wandile Sincwala on the 17th of July 1988. Later in my teen years I was reborn as Somizy (Somgaga) as most people … Continue reading

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2014 March 23: When men fear women will take over

by Yaya Mavundla Men are so intimidated by women that they are even scared women will take over. It’s a sad case but then again, it needs attention because it will put women’s lives in danger. This past weekend (20-22 … Continue reading

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2014 Feb.8: Mixed emotions at Miss Valentine 2014 in Daveyton

by Yaya Mavundla February is known to be a month of love around the globe, but in Daveyton on Friday, 7th February 2014 it wasn’t the case. Lesiba Mothibe hosted the annual pageant Miss Valentine at Two Tone Lounge in … Continue reading

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2014 Jan. 10: Opulence at the memorial service of Brenda “the hustler”

by Jeremiah Sepotokele, Lesiba Mothibe & Yaya Mavundla It is Thursday, 9th January 2013, when Inkanyiso crew attended Brenda Nonceba Mvula’s memorial service at Acts Christian Church in Midrand, Johannesburg. Although the Memorial Service was scheduled for 11h00 but started … Continue reading

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2014 Jan. 5: After tears for Muntu Masombuka’s

  Lesiba Mothibe reports, Lindeka Qampi took photos At 9pm I was already at home, tired from attending both the funeral and the after tears of Muntu Aubrey Masombuka. As I took off my high laced heels divaliciously. I realised … Continue reading

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