18th September 2013
Desmond Tutu: God makes me fight for gay rights 48
12:24 PM — The former Archbishop of Cape Town, Desmond Tutu, has said that he fights for gay rights because "It’s God catching me by my neck."
19th June 2013
South Africa: Gay imam spreads message of empowerment when it comes to homosexuality and Islam 19
5:27 PM — A gay Muslim cleric in South Africa, one of the few openly gay imams in the world, says it’s important to be open about your sexuality in order to have an “authentic” life.
14th April 2013
South Africa: Government condemns anti-LGBT violence following attack
6:20 PM — The South African Government has stated its opposition to anti-LGBT violence, following an attack on a gay man in Cape Town which left him missing part of one ear.
6th March 2013
South Africa: Gay man killed after going on online date in Cape Town 1
3:20 PM — Reports out of South Africa say a gay man has been killed after going on a date with a person he met over the internet.
11th January 2013
South Africa: Campaigner links man’s death to homophobic killings 1
12:08 PM — A gay rights group believe a gang allegedly targeting gay men in Johannesburg may have started operating in South Africa’s capital, Cape Town.
5th December 2012
Desmond Tutu: Uganda should drop ‘totally unjust’ anti-gay law 24
7:25 PM — The former Archbishop of Cape Town told reporters at the All Africa Conference of Churches “I am opposed to discrimination that is unfair discrimination”.
12th November 2012
South Africa: Lesbian dies after being stabbed with spear 8
2:04 PM — 19-year-old Sihle Sikoji was fatally attacked by a gang after visiting a bar.
23rd August 2012
South African pastor blames gay men, lesbians and feminists for ‘culture of death’ 41
2:53 PM — Pastor Errol Naidoo of South Africa’s Family Policy Institute has blamed the LGBT community for creating a "culture of death" that led, among other things, to the Marikana mine massacre.
13th February 2012
South Africa: Four in court over gay club owner’s death
12:05 PM — Four men are due to appear in Cape Town Magistrate's Court today following after the owner of a gay nightclub was found dead.
3rd May 2011
Gay campaigners say South African lesbian’s murder was ‘hate crime’ 4
11:53 AM — A lesbian who was raped and murdered in a South African township last week was clearly attacked because of her sexuality, gay campaigners say. Noxolo Nogwaza, 24, was found dead in an alley in Kwa-Thema township, South Africa, on Easter Sunday morning.
15th March 2011
South African lesbians campaign against corrective rape 21
2:00 PM — Lesbian activists in the South African capital of Cape Town held a demonstration outside parliament yesterday to call for more action on the problem of 'corrective rape'.
3rd March 2011
Travel: Cape Town – South Africa’s Rainbow City 2
6:30 PM — Adam Smith traveled to Cape Town and finds that rainbows everywhere, from tourism board leaflets to the floor at the airport. While there's not handholding to the same degree as Madrid or Amsterdam, it’s evident there are plenty of gay couples out and about, and although there is a lively gay scene, that is certainly not the only place you’ll find the odd homo.
7th October 2010
‘Pink Protest’ to be held at University of Cape Town
10:09 AM — Student activists at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, are planning to stage an anti-homophobia protest today after a symbolic 'pink closet' sculpture intended to highlight the effects of homophobia was burnt down.
15th February 2010
South African man wins Mr Gay World 2010 31
6:50 PM — A South African man has scooped the title of Mr Gay World 2010. Charl Van den Berg, a 28-year-old restaurateur from Cape Town, was named the winner at a ceremony in Oslo, Norway, yesterday.