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2017 July 30: Painful send off for transgender activist Iko Mash

Text by Yaya Mavundla Photos by Zanele Muholi The funeral service of Iko Mash was very painful. Iko who passed away on the 21st of July 2017 was buried on Saturday the 29th of July 2017. Her funeral service was … Continue reading

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2015 Dec. 27: Qhawekazi Elihle (Memoir)

by Tinashe Wakapila Knight and shining armour come in the image of males, who are strong and powerful. These men fight and correct problems every now and again. My article is a grieving article, a poetic article filled with flashback memories of … Continue reading

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South African Visual Activism opens eyes in Liverpool

by Lerato Dumse It was exciting to witness the opening of Zanele Muholi’s Vukani exhibition, at Open Eye Gallery, in Liverpool UK. Three gallery rooms are currently occupied by Muholi’s photographs and documentaries on a show which opened on September 17, … Continue reading

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2015 July 24: LGBT network emerges from Shell

by Lerato Dumse After spending a year identifying, researching, reaching out, approaching, and convincing senior leaders, Linda Mayekiso succeeded in his plan to see Shell South Africa launch an LGBT network. This event was held on Tuesday, July 21 2015 … Continue reading

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2014 Oct. 30: “Do you remember me?”

It has been two months since you passed on. There has never been a day that went by since that dreadful day that I have not thought of you. Each day that passes with tears in my eyes I think of you … 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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