Survey finds lack of direct contact with gay people

40% of South Africans say they don't know any gay or lesbian people


News | 12 September 2016

Traditional healers show that being gay is African

"People call me names ... but I don't care."


News | 15 August 2016

Public cut-out for gay rights

Scalabrini Centre stages “Let’s Face It” campaign outside parliament after South Africa's UN vote


Brief | 7 July 2016

South Africa abstains from UN vote to protect human rights

Resolution on gay rights watchdog passed without SA support


News | 5 July 2016

No arrests four years after lesbian murdered

People still live in fear of hate crimes and are afraid to report them


News | 24 June 2016

I am not my sexuality, say youth

Exhibition tells the stories of young gay and transgender people


News | 16 June 2016

More than laws needed to change hateful attitudes

Outside of legislative channels, civil society is also combating homophobia in various ways


Feature | 10 June 2016

Imaginative gay rights campaign launched

Scalabrini hopes to change attitudes in immigrant communities


News | 19 April 2016

Botswana Court of Appeal unanimously recognises gay rights organisation

Judgment has broader implications for many African countries that do not recognise sexual minorities


Analysis | 23 March 2016

Progress on gay rights in Malawi is too slow

Leaders must remove legislation that discriminates against same-sex minorities


Opinion | 15 March 2016

Annual showdown between Cape Town Pride and protesters

R40 entrance fee to event sparks even more controversy

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News | 28 February 2016