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365 days without a judgement on Constitutional matter!

The inertia displayed by the judiciary on this matter shows an apparent disinterest in the human rights of LGBTI citizens. There can be no conditional commitment to justice under a constitution that is intends to protect all citizens from discrimination. Eswatini...

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Anti-gay law ‘like a gun pointing at us’

By Sonia Elks LONDON, Oct 25 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When LGBT+ people took to the streets last year for the first ever Pride march in eSwatini, formerly known as Swaziland, some hardly believed they could celebrate the event in a country where stigma is rife...

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Is Being Gay A Sin?

One can never claim to know more about what is sin, or what is not sin. However the characterisation of sexual orientation, as social construct attributed to the physical, emotional and mental attraction of two or more sexes to any other, as debauchery, is rather...

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Out, Proud and African

Out, Proud and African

South African Writer and Researcher, Jamil F. Khan. He currently enrolled for a PhD in Critical Diversity Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand. His research focuses on the histories and lived experiences of creolised people (classified as coloured) in South...

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Eswatini | New LGBTI group hopes to be first to be registered

Eswatini | New LGBTI group hopes to be first to be registered

Article by Roberto Igual | May 13, 2019 | In HEADLINES, Mambagirl News A newly established group in Eswatini (formerly Swaziland) is hoping to become the first organisation in the nation to be legally registered as a specifically LGBTI rights group. Activist Melusi...

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"It is time to recognise that homosexuality is part and parcel of the fabric of our society and that persons- human beings- in homosexual relationships are worthy of being afforded the same rights as other citizens." - Namibia High Court, 20 January 2022

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The #Namibia #HighCourt will hand down Judgement addressing #LGBTIQ rights tomorrow, January 20.

The applicants submitted that the word “spouse” in the Immigration Control Act ought to be interpreted to include same-sex spouses.

Ahead of 🇿🇼Zimbabwe's upcoming UPR review due on January 26, the Centre and its partners have developed a thematic factsheet 📑 on LGBTI discrimination, with suggested recommendations for the State. Have a look! 👉https://bit.ly/3KjDFJc
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