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2019 Feb. 1: Day 5 Review Photo XP Maseru (The final day of the experience)

Text by: Thobeka Bhengu Photos by: Thobeka Bhengu and Lerato Dumse The first day of February 2019 was the last day with these young and brilliant Basotho women. The day started with breakfast as usual and later included a brief … Continue reading

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2017 Dec. 10: Sisonke Collective performs @Zeitz MoCCA

Text by Christie van Zyl Photos by Lerato Dumse   This was our buzz on Sunday 10th December 2017. We took over social media and the newly launched Zeitz MoCAA Museum in the Scheryn Collection Arena. The Sisonke Collective founded … Continue reading

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2016 June 26: All black everything at the Black Queer Social JOZI

Text by Rene Mathibe Photos by Ndileka Lujabe & Xolile Magubane Black Queers in Johannesburg were excited to hear that Queers on Smash was organizing a Black Queer social to be held at King Kong in Troyeville, Johannesburg on June 25th … Continue reading

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2015 Dec. 8: Cultural exchange from Johannesburg to Sardinia

by Lerato Dumse After spending nearly a week in Durban attending a conference with Feminists, Artists, Academics and Activists. On November 30 2015, collaborators and friends, Lindeka Qampi and Zanele Muholi, made their way to Italy. They are participating in … Continue reading

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2015 July 1: Accepting my calling

by Phila Mbanjwa This is my story about the remains of pride, which I had the opportunity to experience. My reality of sharing space with total strangers that I met in Johannesburg, during the Yithi Laba Intergenerational Dialogue conference. The event was … Continue reading

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2015 June 7: For I love a Femme woman

I love and adore your femininity Take me I’m yours for Eternity The way you seduce me, the Intensity The way you sway those hips and rock those heels, the sexiness in it A love I can’t avoid its inevitable My … Continue reading

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2015 Jan. 3: Current situation

It is late at night when my mind begins wondering to places I made a concise decision to ignore. The thought lingers over me like a dark cloud above my head and suddenly I am cold with sadness. I listen … Continue reading

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