Thank you so much to Leila Hall for reporting and to Meri Hyöky for the incredible photos. On Saturday May 21, The People’s Matrix Association successfully held their fourth annual public march in Maseru, Lesotho in celebration of the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT). As has been the case in previous years, the march was […]
By HOLAA ed This project forms a part of a larger project making sure that African queer women document their love, their lives and their existence. This falls into the larger HOLAA! paradigm as we have conversations, spread information, archive stories on love, lust, work, family everything. This is just one part of a bigger […]
HOLAA and the Digify Bytes team are offering digital and social media training for women within the Johannesburg area on the 26th and 27th of February. To get an official invite click here to fill in a form for the official invite and RSVP by the 23rd of February. We hope to see you there!
This year, we were nominated within the media category for this South African award! Happy, grateful and feeling funky. Here is the storify of the online interview. Thank you to everyone who has written because this is yours. [View the story “Feather Awards nomination Twitterview. #ChevyFeathers2015” on Storify]
We recently got to be a part of an amazing event that was reserved exclusively to bring together of Black women within the community, to share, grow and love one another. According to founder Sivu Siwisa: ‘#ForBlackGirlsOnly’s most fundamental goal is to uplift Black women and begin a conversation that’ll hopefully lead women to place […]
We caught up with the ladies who make up the African Women Association to find out about their amazing Awards as well as the work they do in order to get the low down on the work they are doing promoting African women regionally and globally. Let us start with semantics, with so many different […]
By Lineo Segoete/ @Lineothefeline Photo credits: Lineo Segoete It’s a gorgeous warm Saturday. Cars are slowly slithering down a narrow main road which leads from our national stadium, slices through a taxi rank teeming with people and then connects to a freeway that makes its way past the Central Bank of Lesotho. A bright and colourful […]