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Bongani Siziba

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About Bongani
Bongani Siziba is a journalist based in Johannesburg South, South Africa.
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Live crossing during a protest by members of the Dudula movement during the court proceedings of the Zimbabwe exemption permits that are due to expire by the end of June 2023.

Refugees evicted at the Pretoria UN offices who are now amazing in a Bush between the boader of Pretoria and Mpumalanga. Yhe Refugees have no access to water, shops, medical care and education for their children

Zimbabweans in South Africa who are self employed and seek the government of South Africa to help them with documentation.

Police launch manhunt after attack on artist Esther Mahlangu

21 Mar 2022  |  www.sowetanlive.co.za
The Mpumalanga police have initiated a manhunt following the violent robbery of 87-year-old Ndebele artist Esther Mahlangu in Siyabuswa. The assailant, who remains at large, attacked Mahlangu in her home, leaving her with facial injuries and stealing her firearm and cash. Police are urging the public to provide any information that could lead to the suspect's arrest. The incident has drawn strong condemnation from Mpumalanga police commissioner Lt Gen Semakaleng Manamela, who emphasized the need for swift justice.

Families are biggest perpetrators of LGBTQi+ ‘conversion’ practices

14 Mar 2022  |  mg.co.za
A study by Access Chapter 2, funded by OutRight Action International, found that families are the primary perpetrators of LGBTQI+ conversion practices in South Africa, followed by community members, psychologists, and religious and traditional healers. The study, led by Professor Anthony Brown of the University of Johannesburg, revealed that 43% of participants had sessions with religious representatives, 12% were subjected to corrective rape, and 19% identified religious leaders as perpetrators. Victims, including Lerato Mokou and Nokuthula Dhladhla, shared their traumatic experiences of rape and HIV infection by church leaders, and emotional abuse leading to depression and suicidal thoughts. Traditional healer Sphamandla Gwala emphasized the need for education on homosexuality among healers. The study also highlighted the need for support structures, with 21% seeking help from LGBTQI+ organizations and 57% from friends. Dr. Mmamonstheng 'Dulcy' Rakumakoe of Quadcare noted the distress among transgender individuals facing conversion practices. Canada's recent ban on conversion therapy was praised by Jabu Pereira of Iranti, and Access Chapter 2 aims to work with policymakers to create legislation banning conversion practices.

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