17/09/2013 | Pan Africa ILGA Regional Communications
| SOUTH AFRICA
For any stereotypical person who is a South African,when you see the word iMbokodo you’ll think a straight/ hetero woman with children or a married woman with/out children.
It is a myth of course because there are many definitions or how iMbokodo individuals identify themselves.
Question what happens when a black – self identifying lesbian win Mbokodo award.
By the way iMbokodo derived from Wathint’ Abafazi, Wathint’ iMbokodo - English translation “You strike a woman, you strike a rock”) >>>
An award winning photographer who has devoted her working life to documenting the lives of black lesbians has had five years worth of her work stolen. Zanele Muholi, described by the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa as “one of the country’s foremost artists”, had more than 20 external hard drives stolen from her flat in Vredehoek, Cape Town on April 20. >>>
03/04/2011 | Charge de Communication Pan Africa ILGA
| SOUTH AFRICA
World renowned lesbian photographer and visual activist Zanele Muholi has once again been recognised for her work as her award winning film Difficult Love is being screened in local and international film festivals.The film was commissioned by the SABC and is co-directed by Peter Goldsmid and Zanele Muholi. >>>
19/08/2010 | Charge de Communication Pan Africa ILGA
The ongoing Faces and Phases series of black and white portraits by renowned photographer Zanele Muholi, commemorating and celebrating the lives of black lesbians, has been compiled into a book that will be available to the public in August 2010. >>>