8th September 2021

Resisting bisexual erasure: A reflection note

Resisting bisexual erasure: A reflection note By Pfarelo Matsila Bisexual erasure is defined as the cultural de-legitimation of bisexuality as an intelligible sexual identity (Khuzwayo and […]
18th August 2021

The Erecting of Nehanda

The Erecting of Nehanda by Tinashe Mawere  Please note: This is part of a longer draft paper “In search of a curved Nehanda” in which I […]
27th July 2021

“Bekezela” (“Perseverance”): A double-edged sword

“Bekezela” (“Perseverance”): A double-edged sword By Pfarelo Matsila Introduction Many women generally, but particularly in the context of matrimony, have mothers, grandmothers and/or aunts who inspire […]
1st April 2021

Fowl run Politics: Masculinising Zimbabwean Nationhood

Fowl run Politics: Masculinising Zimbabwean Nationhood by Tinashe Mawere Introduction: Masculinities, Femininities and the Nation/al Family During Robert Mugabe’s rule in Zimbabwe, the metaphor of the […]
29th September 2020

Personal Reflections on the Idea of “Violence” From a Queer South African Woman

My Body and Me: Personal Reflections on the Idea of “Violence” From a Queer[1] South African Woman by GS Pinheiro *Please note, this essay contains descriptions […]
23rd September 2020

Am I eligible to be a refugee?

Am I eligible to be a refugee?   by Hulisani Khorombi  The United Nations Refugee Agency defines a refugee as someone who has been forced to […]
21st September 2020

Female Genital Mutilation: sacred cultural practice or human rights violation?

Female Genital Mutilation: sacred cultural practice or human rights violation? By Hulisani Khorombi Background The World Health Organisation estimates that 3 million girls, residing in only […]
10th July 2020

A critical engagement on gender and gender-based violence in community settings

A critical engagement on gender and gender-based violence in community settings You are cordially invited to the next seminar in the Gender, HIV and Sexualities Seminar […]
16th January 2019

Sexual (imagi)nations and the 2018 Zimbabwean e(r)ections

Sexual (imagi)nations and the 2018 Zimbabwean e(r)ections By Tinashe Mawere The 2018 Zimbabwean elections: A reflection The 2018 Zimbabwean elections have come and gone. They brought back […]
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