This past Sunday Tembisa had the honour of being visited by the one and only Somizi Mhlongo, and Aaron Moloisi.
Much is spoken by different people from many parts of the world regarding LGBTIQ+ people. However, this is its state across the continent.
LGBTQ refugees and asylum seekers in Kenya are victims of severe hate crimes and abuses, including rape, says a report released Friday 19th.
Namibia’s Supreme Court on Tuesday recognised same-sex marriages contracted abroad between citizens and foreign spouses.
International Pride Month is knocking, and it’s about to hit a high note. Why? Because pop icon Christina Aguilera is performing at Pride!
MPs in Uganda have demanded that a tax be imposed on adult diapers because they believe that they are primarily used by gay men.
The Eswatini Supreme Court has been asked to compel the Southern African kingdom’s government to register an LGBTIQ+ rights organisation.
As society becomes more accepting of diverse relationship structures, more people within the LGBTQI+ community are exploring polyamory
Kenya has recently seen the increasing visibility of sexual and gender minorities. However, this has been met with a growing backlash.
Mpho Buntse argues that allowing Uganda to participate in the upcoming Netball World Cup would be an implicit endorsement to its policies.
Uganda have passed the Anti-Homosexuality Bill for the second time, with only minimal changes to its inhumane and extreme penalties.
Activism involves speaking up for minorities and the voiceless. Queer activist Hlengiwe Buthelezi speaks to us about the challenges of it all.
African mental health professionals have met in Johannesburg to speak out against so-called “conversion therapy” practices
Mental health professionals in Africa unite against conversion practices in LGBTIQ+ community and condemn Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill.
The National Council of Provinces has called for public comment on the Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill
A KwaZulu-Natal resort says that a rule requiring that same-sex groups be screened before their bookings are accepted has been misunderstood.
Museveni has told MPs that the Bill must include a provision to allow psychologically disoriented LGBTIQ+ people to be rehabilitated.
The Positively Alive network, which provides support and information to gay and transgender men living with HIV, is launching in Cape Town.
Uganda’s Attorney General has told parliament to amend several provisions in the Anti-Homosexuality Bill before President Museveni signs it.
The Republican-controlled US House of Representatives voted to bar transgender athletes from joining women’s school and varsity sports teams.