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EC: Busukwe is Found Guilty by Mthatha Magistrate Court 

LGBT Network emerges from Shell
  MEDIA RELEASE 15 SEPTEMBER 2015 MTHATHA: The LGBTI Community & Health Centre is delighted about the ‘GUILTY’ verdict reached by the uMthatha Magistrate Court today in the case of Mbutye vs Busukwe. Zikhona Mbutye is a young 24year old woman who took her cousin brother Anele Busukwe (32) to co...   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 at Shell’s head-office in Bryanston, Johannesburg. It made She...


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KZN LGBTI and Durban Pride to Participate in Soweto Pride 

EC: Bagwetshiwe abasolwa ngokudlwengula
  With only about 9 more days to go to the Soweto Pride Weekend, the LGBT Community and Health Centre and Durban Pride and mobilising masses within KZN and EC to finalising plans towards participating at Soweto Pride 26 September 2015 @ Credo Mutwa Park in Jabavu, Soweto. As the campaign 'Black Liv...   PORT ELIZABETH: ”Ukudlwengula umuntu kufana nokumphuca ukuzethemba kwakhe, kuyisenzo esibi esingahlukumezi kuphela umenziwa kodwa kuya nasemphakathini wonkana ngoba abesifazane bazizwa bengaphephile emphakathini,” - Londeka Dlamini, inkanyiso2009 BAVELE enkantolo ephakeme e-Port Elizabeth ngo Lw...


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