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Talking Bodies: Photographers use self-portraits to tell stories

Mandisa Buthelezi and Thembi Mthembu are adding depth to the photographic archive through their self-portraits with captions and historical reframing

Pola Maneli asks: “Do you feel seen?”

Pola Maneli’s latest work, ‘An Indigenous I/Eye’, is an attempt to visualise blackness

Sixosh’ abathakathi: Ukuthwebula and the photographic image

Reimagining image making through concepts found in isiZulu

Mating Birds Vol.2: Love and its perversions under the Immorality Act

Sumayya Menezes reflects on trawling through the source material that birthed Mating Birds Vol.2

Struggling artists get a boost

A group exhibition exposes emerging creatives and raises money for a foundation

Brave Beauties and the dark Lioness

If beauty is a joy forever, so it is with the photos jumping out of whitewashed gallery walls

On ten years of ‘Faces and Phases’: ‘We are making history here’

Zanele Muholi speaks about creating images of LGBTI people that move beyond hate crimes

Zanele Muholi: Hail the dark lioness

Zanele Muholi’s latest work finds the activist photographer turning the camera on herself.

Don’t Miss This: November 13 – 19

From photographer Zanele Muholi's latest exhibition to the Jazz and African Music Nights show, we round-up this week's hot-ticket events.

Muholi’s photographs a vehicle for those seeking sexual freedom

Zanele Muholi has been shortlisted for the Deutsche Börse photography prize and sees it as an opportunity to put the LGBTI message on the world stage.

Zanele Muholi frames a brave new ‘normal’

Photographer Zanele Muholi’s new book of portraits gives visual voice to the plight of ‘queer’ black women.

Two South Africans shortlisted for Deutsche Borse photography prize 2015

Zanele Muholi's portraits of post-apartheid sexuality join Mikhael Subotzky's book, Ponte City, in an eclectic, political selection.

Desire for change unites post-apartheid activism

Protests have brought activists to the centre of politics again, but these aren't the only voices heard. We look at the state of activism in SA today.

Zanele Muholi: The task of mourning

South African artist Zanele Muholi’s two shows come from different directions at the central issue: the (im)possibility of the task of mourning.

Zanele Muholi: ‘We live in fear’

To mark 16 Days of Activism, Human Rights Watch has released a documentary about the work of LGBTI activist and award-winning artist Zanele Muholi.

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