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Knysna and Surrounding Areas

Jan 01, 2017No Comments

The beautiful town of Knysna, situated 73kms from the George airport, is situated within 157 000 hectares of the proclaimed Garden Route National Park. It is nestled between the shores of the pristine Knysna estuary,

Pink Loerie Mardi Gras and Arts Festival Southern Africa Foundation (NPO)

Nov 28, 2016No Comments

The main purpose of Pink Loerie Mardi Gras and Arts Festival Southern Africa Foundation NPC / NPO (NPC registration number: 2016/283475/08) (NPO registration number: 181‐161) are to assist the greater Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and

Behind every good business is a great accountant

Nov 28, 2016No Comments

Accounting Accounting involves the application of professional and technical expertise in regular processing, recording, summarizing and reporting of your business transactions to fairly reflect the operating performance and financial position of your company at a

Victory! Gay hate pastor Steven Anderson banned from South Africa

Sep 13, 2016No Comments

Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba has announced that American gay hate pastor Steven Anderson, and his followers, will not be allowed into South Africa. The historic move follows a determined campaign by LGBT activists,

We love it! Is this SA’s gayest ever music video?

Sep 03, 2016No Comments

Funky electronic act The Kiffness have released an amazing new video honouring SA’s LGBTI community and the victims of the Orlando massacre. The Cape Town based duo’s dancefloor killer track You Say You Love Me

Here’s the Trailer for the Upcoming Gay Rugby Documentary, Scrum

Sep 02, 2016No Comments

Rugby isn’t all just big pecs and thunder thighs. Take a look at the trailer for Scrum, the upcoming documentary about gay rugby players and conventional notions of masculinity in the sport. Directed by Poppy Stockell,

Freddie Mercury remembered with Blue Plaque for 70th birthday

Sep 02, 2016No Comments

Late music legend Freddie Mercury has been memorialised with a Blue Plaque outside his London home, in the week he would have turned 70. The Queen frontman became the highest-profile victim of the AIDS crisis

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