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20 Years of LGBTI Rights To Equality 

SANBS Lifts Ban on Gay Men Donating Blood
  “20 Years of LGBTI Rights” Durban Pride Liberation March and Festival Sat. 28 June 2014, Sharks Stadium 29 MAY 2014: In less than 30 days Durban will come alive for Durban Pride 2014. Once again Durban Pride will raise the international gay flag to mark the commemoration of lives lost and the ...   The Durban Lesbian and Gay Community and Health Centre welcomes the the move by the South African National Blood Services to allow gay men who want to donate blood the right to do so. In October 2006 the South African National Blood Service (SANBS) had announced that men who have sex with men wou...


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Shock at Homophobia Within eThekwini Municipal Council  

South African Government Should Honour its commitments in Africa
  ETHEKWINI SPEAKER REFUSES FOR COUNCIL TO WISH THE LGBT COMMUNITY A SAFE DURBAN PRIDE LIBERATION MARCH AND FESTIVAL AS IT COMMEMORATES AND CELEBRATES 20 YEARS OF LGBT RIGHTS TO EQUALITY. The Durban Lesbian and Gay Community and Health Centre, has learnt with grave concern and frustration about the...   For immediate release SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERNMENT SHOULD HONOUR ITS COMMITMENT TO ENGAGE AFRICAN STATES ON ENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST LGBTI PERSONS South African non-governmental organisations working toward ending violence and discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex ...


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