Durban Pride in Photos

Author: , July 3rd, 2012

The invitation on Facebook read:

“Join in celebrating our diversity, our fabulousness and our solidarity with fallen heros! Durban Pride is for the LGBTI community and our straight supporters to come together and share in the warmth of a united group of interesting peeps.”

The highlight of the week-long celebration was Saturday’s 2012 Durban Pride parade that started at the city’s at Mr Price Kings Park rugby stadium, home of the Sharks (the Durban and KwaZulu-Natal provincial rugby team), followed a route past the iconic Moses Mabhida Stadium built for the 2010 football World Cup…

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Durban is South Africa’s Gayest City?

Author: , July 27th, 2011

Durban has declared itself the “gayest” city in the country, The Times newspaper reported on Tuesday. This is according to the youth leader of the Durban Lesbian and Gay Community Health Centre, Siphokazi Nombande.

Compared with other big cities such as Johannesburg and Cape Town, Durban was the most accommodating towards gay people.

“We have a very small number of hate crimes against gays and lesbians reported in Durban and KwaZulu-Natal in general,” he said.

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