Tag Archives: Travel

Dreams do come true

Text by Siba Nkumbi Photos by Sisa Ntshwaqela & Siba Nkumbi “Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.” – Buddha Education … Continue reading

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2016 Sept. 30: Who are we really?

It has been 15 months since Yithi Laba youth conference passed and it feels like it was yesterday. I honestly do not like putting my words on paper, Zanele Muholi keeps bugging me to write something and I always drag … Continue reading

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2015 March 14: Navigating through London

by Lerato Dumse I’ve known for approximately two months that I will be traveling to London on March 10 as a participant working on the Faces and Phases 2006-14 photo book.     As an impatient person, I have taught … Continue reading

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2015 Jan.17: My Durban virgin- ity breaks

by Lebo Mashifane Woz’ eDurban (Come to Durban) Ukuhamba wukubona meaning “To explore is to experience”. The 2014 festive season was quite memorable as opposed to 2013 December holidays. Just like the first climax (orgasm), it was quite a revelation … Continue reading

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2014 March 1: Journeyed 3 cities in less than 30 hours

by Sly Mannya  I have known Zanele Muholi since 2003 when I was a 15 year old lesbian, in need to belong in a space where my sexuality (or whatever it was, I didn’t know at the time) was not … Continue reading

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2013 Feb. 1: Maybe it was not meant to be!

by Charmain Carrol I am back from Europe and am reflecting on all the things I did, people I met, and what a wonderful and productive time I had.  But I cannot stop thinking about how this trip almost never … Continue reading

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