Tag Archives: Reflections

2017 Dec. 15: Ricki & Tony’s best wedding

Team TT Weds by: Lerato Dumse Days after making her/story in her birth country Botswana, Tshepo Ricki Kgositau walked down the aisle on Friday, December 15, 2017 in Cape Town, South Africa. Ricki reached a new life milestone by marrying the … Continue reading

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2017 Sept. 28: NIKE Honours Young South African with exclusive edition BHM Sneakers

    MEDIA RELEASE Black History Month is commemorated every February in the United States of America, celebrating the achievements of black Americans. Since 2005, it is also the month Nike unveils its distinct designs of Black History Month (BHM) … Continue reading

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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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2017 July 30: My first trip to the United Kingdom (London)

by Thobeka Bhengu  I departed from South Africa on the 8th of July 2017 and arrived in London on the 9th of July. It had been a long trip and the body was naturally tired but was still functional. I … Continue reading

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2017 July 27: Dignified memorial service for Iko Mash

Text by Yaya Mavundla Photos by Zanele Muholi What a well organised and most dignified memorial service held at Bassline, Newtown for our dear friend Iko Mash. Transgender activist and media personality shocked many by her sudden passing. She passed … Continue reading

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2017 July 23: UniQ interview with Le Sishi

By Sandy Nene     Where did you grow up? I was born, bred and buttered in the beautiful township of Umlazi (laughs). What was your childhood like? My childhood wasn’t that bad, my parents supported me emotionally, I had … Continue reading

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2017 June 24: Humanity reigns in our society

Text by Tinashe Wakapila Photos by 2017 PhotoXP photographers Durban Pride 2017 was a vibrant situation led by a statement making ideology. Gugu Dlamini Park located at Workshop Shopping Center was the venue chosen for this year. Pride started   with … Continue reading

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