2018 Gay Games Personality of the year to ‘build’ Athlete Club in KZN

BY NOMPUMELELO SITHOLE A 40 year old middle runner from Durban, who has travelled the world says it is time to settle down in her home town. The Professional Athlete, Journalist, LGBT activist and Feather Award winner Hlengiwe Buthelezi have travelled the world, won numerous medals and awards as an international runner on Gay Games […]

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Legs are made for walking – Part 1

Clive Msomi Allow me to take you through the journey of legs. We will divide this journey into three legs, keep an eye on your Uniq Magazine as we walk together for the benefit of our health. We are living in a world where fast, quick and immediate results are the order of the day. […]

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Africanism vs Homosexuality

Nompumelelo Sithole This year 2019 Africa Month, Africa is celebrating 54 years of determined efforts for unity under the continental organisation African Union. 54 years is a long time period to do introspection as the continent in socioeconomic freedom form foreign dominion and exploitation. The big question is, what is there for the LGBTI community […]

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Durban to celebrate IDAHOBIT by the Beach

My best favourite holiday in the LGBTI+ calendar Wakapila Tinashe If you can ask me what is my favourite ‘holiday’ in the LGBTI+ community calendar, I wouldn’t think twice but I would tell you without hesitation that it is the International Day Against Homophobia Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT). Every year in May 17 & 18, […]

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CD Review

By NOMPUMELELO SITHOLE MERCY OF GOD (MOG) released second album titled Xolela Umoya in 2019.  The album have 15 tracks each with different messages. The most track that took my heart is track 1 that gives people hope after the dark hour. Xolela Umoya track talk about struggles and encourages a person that there is […]

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How TV Helped Break Down The Same-Sex Taboo in the World

Taboo. A social or religious custom prohibiting or restricting a particular practice or forbidding association with a particular person, place, or thing. The term literally means “forbidden” – it comes from Oceania, brought into the civilized world by James Cook during his voyages exploring the area.   Over the centuries, humanity has developed many taboos […]

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“We don’t belong together…”

Mfundo and Jessica “We don’t belong together…” UniQ Magazine SA loves getting to know its couples and their own unique love story, gaining an insight into their lives, family and friends – an integral part of being able to create memories for the couples. All year round UniQ Magazine SA celebrates love: Read more about […]

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My Mother primed me for this life – Nombulelo

Have you been curios on who Nombulelo really is, well wonder no more as UniQ Mag went all out to bring her here as she gracefully take us through her emblematic life journey, in her own words? I am a young lady with big dreams, so big that at times I stop for a moment […]

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