Tag Archives: Murder

2015 July 31: Lihle Sokhela’s killer shows no remorse

Text and photos by Lerato Dumse It was a bittersweet moment when Thabo Molefe (47) was sentenced to a concurrent 22 years for murder and 12 years for raping Lihle Sokhela (28). Sokhela was a black lesbian from Daveyton. There … 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 April 27: Unanswered questions

  Why are we getting killed? When you kill me according to faith you kill only the body a loving heart remains my soul remains Why are we getting killed? When you kill me you are killing a natural being … Continue reading

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2014 Jan.20: “Walking Corpse”

Marred & dictated to, by none that created I. Jailed into faculties that were insisted upon, way before my existence. Pathways of Myself, pre-determined by structures that had lesser understandings of the complexities of human. Born and raised into the … Continue reading

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