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March Against Xenophobi 

1 Billion Rising Against Violence Towards Women and Girls
  TODAY: eThekwini Municipality is hosting a Peace March against violence towards foreign nationals. It has been more than a week since clashes between police, locals and foreigners within the CBD and surrounding areas has continued and left five people dead and about 48 others wounded. These numb...   1 in 3 women will be beaten or raped during her lifetime. Join us as we say: NO MORE. This is a call to our community to stand up and show your support! Rise up and be counted! We will gather at 10:30am on Saturday morning of 14 February 2015 at the Sunningdale Centre (corner of Umhlanga R...


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Boy Rapes Cousin So She Will Stop Being A Lesbian 

IDAHOT 2015 Focuses on Youth - 17 May. Get Involved!
  UMTATA: 12 May 2015, as International Day Against Homophobia Approaches on the 17th of May, the Lesbian and Gay Community and Health Centre observed as the Mthatha Regional Court heard the case of Mr Anele Busukwe (32), who is accused of raping his cousin sister Zikhona Mbutye (24) a young vibrant ...   ACTING TOGETHER WE CAN END PREJUDICE The Lesbian and Gay Community and Health Centre is keen to partner with various LGBTI Youth Formations within KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape to implement IDAHOT 2015. We would like to implement one campaign that would be realised in about 5-10 areas or spaces wi...


PATRONS: Mr Z. Achmat (Treatment Action Campaign), Sir Elton John and David Furnish (Elton John AIDS Foundation)