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Mr South Africa 2019 crowned

14 June 2019

They came to the Bay Hotel in Camps Bay dressed in their glittering finery. Overlooking the beautiful sunset, they enjoyed copious amounts of fine wine and delectable snacks. The guests were expecting to be treated to a glittering evening as twenty handsome men vied for the crown to represent the country. The announcement of these […]

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MOVIE REVIEW The White Crow

14 June 2019

The White Crow is a 2018 British film written by David Hare and directed by Ralph Fiennes starring Oleg Ivenko as the ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev. It is inspired by the book Rudolf Nureyev: The Life by Julie Kavanagh. This specialised movie deals not so much with the glittering career of its subject Rudolf Nureyev, but focuses on his defection to the West in […]

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WHY WE MATTER!

10 June 2019

Access Chapter 2 launches ground breaking report on the lives and experiences of transgender women in South Africa Pretoria, South Africa – LGBT Rights NGO, Access Chapter 2 launches a report on transgender rights and lives in South Africa. The report will be launched tomorrow as part of the I Serve Equally Campaign: Trans Edition. […]

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INCLUSIVE CURRICULUM IN OUR LIFETIME AND BEYOND

10 June 2019

One of the things that recently reassured me that our society is far from accepting certain realities is the public outcry that came after the publishing of an article hinting at the possibility of including, among other things, LGBTIQ+ related topics in South African schools’ curriculum. This flak proved that narrow-mindedness still engulfs our civilisation. […]

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The latest on the London bus attack

10 June 2019

In the early hours of May 30th, Melania Geymonat, 28, and her partner Chris, 29, say they were attacked by several males on the top level of a London night bus. According to the lesbian couple, their attackers forced them to kiss one another, and when they refused, they were attacked by the group of […]

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5WEST is the hottest new boy band on the block

4 June 2019

Even if it feels like boy bands really came into the spotlight in the 90s, you might be surprised to find out that this concept has its roots in the barbershop quartets of the early 19th century. While the boy bands we know and love have precious little in common with barbershops – save perhaps, […]

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