Tag Archives: Women

2016 Jan. 31 Best of Black Girls Only

Photo Album by Lindeka Qampi/ Inkanyiso media What: Black Girls Only Where:  Women’s Jail, Braamfontein, Con Hill When: 31.01.2016 Camera used: Canon 6d hand held                               … 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 Oct. 29: She sings A New Song

Theatre performance review by Lebo Mashifane I feel the chill of “the winter rain”…no; the chills of a great performance as I become engulfed by Sibulele Gcilitshana playing the role of Thokozile in a  A New Song play written and … Continue reading

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2015 Aug. 14: A football match like no other

Text by Siba Nkumbi Photos by Lindeka Qampi Let me begin this one with a question: Why is it that in the history of South African women’s football, in fact women’s sports, we still have male coaches? Show me a … Continue reading

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2015 Aug. 13: Cheated out of a goodbye

by Bathini Dambuza     Losing a mother has never been an easy thing for someone to go through.  You feel the pain and the heartache almost everyday; especially when things aren’t going the way you want them to. I … Continue reading

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2015 July 7: From a broken heart

by Leptie Phume In life we fall in love more than twice and get hurt twice as much. We tell ourselves that we are better off alone, until that one person comes into the picture. Enters your life and changes your … Continue reading

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2014 Aug. 1: Chubby Vogue Divas: A Critique of the Female Body

    A photographic body of work by Charmain Carrol. Chubby Vogue Divas exhibition is by a Market Photo Workshop graduate Charmain Carrol, (Photographer) which is a series of 21 photos of big black women who get to feel good … Continue reading

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2015 July 8: Reflections of co-organising an exhibition

by Collen Mfazwe I always thought that artists give orders to the gallery and brief them on what they want to see on the day of the exhibition. Well, I have learned that its not like that, as an artist, … 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 May 19: “I wasn’t comfortable with the one before”

I am Nondi Nomkhita Ntombehlanga Mamntambo Vokwana born Nondi Cungwa on the 30th October 1981.  I’m what they would call a bastard child, my parents Zikisa Vokwana and Xoliswa Cungwa were both in High School when they had me. My mother was in grade 11 … Continue reading

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