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Uganda’s first LGBT centre under threat but activists are defiant: Uganda's chief homophobe, Minister for Ethics and Integrity Simon Lokodo has lashed out at plans to open an LGBT community and arts center.
“Our time is now!” Global LGBTIQ+ conference underway in Johannesburg: A major three day Global LGBTIQ+ Conference, that seeks to find solutions for challenges facing the LGBTIQ+ community, is being held in Johannesburg.
Pretoria Pride 2018 – Gallery 2: Saturday’s Pretoria Pride saw thousands gathering at the Centurion Rugby Club after the annual parade to celebrate the theme of Pride du Soleil.
Tshwane Mayor Solly Msimanga celebrates LGBTQ community at Pretoria Pride: Tshwane Mayor Solly Msimang addressed the crowds at Saturday's Pretoria Pride, calling for and end to discrimination and violence against LGBTQ people.
“I’m free!” The Voice’s Craig Lucas talks to us about coming out: Craig Lucas, the winner of season two of The Voice SA, made waves when he came out on social media. Now, in an exclusive interview with MambaOnline he opens up about his sexuality and his struggle with depression.
Civil Union Amendment Bill moves forward, but do you care?: Now is the time to speak out on the Civil Union Act! The LGBTQ community has another opportunity to ensure that same-sex couples are not discriminated against by Home Affairs.
Soweto Pride March 2018 In Pictures: Saturday's 13th annual Soweto Pride march saw dozens taking to the streets of Protea Glen. Check out our exclusive gallery of images of the day.
Kenyan activists hope Indian gay sex ruling will sway judges: Kenyan human rights groups will argue that the High Court in Nairobi should consider the recent Indian Supreme Court ruling legalising same-sex intimacy in their own bid to decriminalise homosexuality.
Hundreds party at Soweto Pride but fewer march: Soweto Pride was marked by hundreds of party-goers celebrating their identity during a weekend-long festival, but far fewer took to the streets to march for equality.
Durban | Speaker rejects LGBTI motion for third time: Durban’s EThekwini Municipality Council Speaker, William Mapena, has for the third time refused to allow LGBTI issues to be discussed in council, reportedly calling these "special rights."