SA film ‘Moffie’ to make international debut in Venice

Oliver Hermanus' new film “Moffie” has been invited to premiere at the Venice International Film Festival.

A silent protest

The day will see protesters with their mouths taped shut, visually representing the hostile and inhuman treatment of SGBV victims and survivors.

Pupils provided with counselling after homophobic remarks

Evangelist Pickard Henn reportedly made homophobic remarks while addressing pupils at De Kuilen High School.

UN renews Global LGBTI expert role

South Africa was amongst the countries that voted in favour of the global expert despite having abstained from the landmark vote to back the position back in 2016.

Alan Turing becomes the first LGBT person honoured on banknote

Mark Carney, the Bank of England Governor, said that 989 people in the field of science were eligible to have their faces printed on the new polymer £50 note.

STOMP is coming to SA

STOMP will be in Cape Town and Johannesburg this August.

Charges dropped in Kevin Spacey alleged sexual assault case

Kevin Spacey was charged last December with a felony for allegedly sexually assaulting journalist Heather Unruh's 18-year-old son in Nantucket, Massachusetts two years earlier.

Phat Joe taken off air over alleged homophobic comments

The SABC has confirmed that Majota Khambule, popularly known as Phat Joe, has been unscheduled until further notice.


(W)sem is written by Du Toit Dianne Albertze, Herschelle Benjamin & Terence Makapan.

Sanam live at GrandWest

Indian pop rock band, Sanam, is coming to Cape Town in August.