LGBTI

Deputy principal suspended after probe names him in suicide of 12-year-old Gauteng learner

Three other teachers named in report are still at the school

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News | 13 February 2024

Why is Jacob Zuma attacking queer people?

Former president puts tribal patriarchy ahead of our human rights

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Opinion | 31 January 2024

Supporters of gay rights and EFF members go head to head at UCT

Tensions ahead of lecture by controversial Kenyan professor

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Brief | 24 July 2023

Ramaphosa asked to speak out on Uganda’s homophobic law

About 100 members of the LGBT community marched to Parliament

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Brief | 31 March 2023

Over 1,000 march in support of queer pride

“We should be able to live without fear of being persecuted just for who we are”

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Photo Essay | 6 March 2023

Queer people and sex workers are badly treated in clinics, new survey finds

Deputy Minister of Health promises to tackle the problem

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News | 7 February 2023

Learners take the lead in gay pride march in Gqeberha

About 60 learners and some adults marched on Saturday in KwaMagxaki to celebrate the LGBTQI+ community

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Brief | 28 November 2022

Parents, families and friends of South African queers join Soweto Pride

Celebration kicks of with protest over hate crime against LGBTQIA+ community

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News | 26 September 2022

New delay in lesbian murder case as Khayelitsha court runs out of paper

Family of Phelokazi Mqathanya losing hope after multiple postponements

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News | 12 May 2022

Video: Africa’s first LGBTQ+ shelter needs help to gear up for winter

The Pride Shelter in Cape Town houses 20 people, who can stay for up to three months

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Video | 21 April 2022

Hundreds march to Union Buildings over health system corruption

Protesters speak of ignorance and bigotry from clinic staff

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News | 19 October 2021

Constitutional Court rules that Jon Qwelane did commit hate speech

But the Supreme Court of Appeal decision on the vagueness of the hate speech law has been upheld. Parliament has been given 24 months to rectify it

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Law | 30 July 2021

Triangle Project concerned by delayed hate crimes bill

Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill stalled since 2018

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News | 28 June 2021

Gay refugees denied asylum by Home Affairs bigotry - report

Organisations analysed letters denying LGBTI applicants refugee status

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News | 30 April 2021

Protesters march to Zimbabwean consulate demanding gay rights

Zimbabwean government needs to step up and take responsibility for its citizens’ rights, says reverend

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Brief | 12 April 2021

Zimbabwean couple demand gay rights

Yet having fled Zimbabwe, they face “corrupt, homophobic and xenophobic” Home Affairs in South Africa, says NGO

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News | 26 February 2021