Iranti-org is a media
advocacy organisation
that defends the rights of Lesbians, Transgender
and Intersex persons
in Africa. 

 

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  • Dr Anastacia Tomson, South Africa, is a medical doctor, author, activist and a transgender woman.
  • Ayanda Msiza, South Africa. Msiza is the co-founder of a young and the first LGBTI organisation in Daveyton; Uthingo-The Rainbow.
  • Binyavanga Wainaina, Kenya. author, journalist and winner of the Caine Prize for African Writing among many other awards.
  • Dr Kapya Kaoma, Boston, is an Episcopal priest from Zambia, Political Research Associates' (PRA) religion and sexuality researcher and author of the 2012 Colonizing African Values report.
  • Kristian Ranđelović has been systematically developing programs for trans individuals, including the first trans support group in the Balkans.
  • Neo Musangi, Kenya. Musangi was born someone else. Years later they became Xhosa and was renamed Neo by Igbo gods in the presence of Tsonga spirits near Mt. Kenya.
  • Quen Garaj worked at Wings to Transcend Namibia as treasurer of the board. She committed suicide in June 2016.
  • Sally Gross, South Africa, obituary of an intersex activist
  • Satya Rai Nagpaul, India. Nagpaul has a very bare internet profile. We are hoping to add to this in due course.
  • Selogadi Mampane, South Africa. Mampane began performing at the age of 11 and has since never stopped. Her passion for performance necessitated exploration in the fields of research.
  • Seoketsi Tshepo Mooketsi is the founder of RuralGayLove
  • Thembani Vela is an intersex activist
  • Xolile Mabuza, Swaziland. Photographer
  • Zethu Matebeni, South Africa. Matebeni holds a PhD, started at Yale University and finalized as a PhD fellow at Wizer (Witwatersrand Institute for Social and Economic Research).
  • Zwakala, an EU-funded Iranti-org project

 

Activitsts profileD

 

Dr. Anastacia Tomson

Dr Anastacia Tomson, South Africa, is a medical doctor, author, activist and a transgender woman.
Thembani Vela, intersex activist

Thembani Vela is an intersex activist

 

Seoketsi Tshepo Mooketsi founder of RuralGayLove

Seoketsi Tshepo Mooketsi is the founder of RuralGayLove

 

 

 

activists profiled

Neo Musangi and Xolile Mabuza

Neo Musangi, Kenya. Musangi was born someone else. Years later they became Xhosa and was renamed Neo by Igbo gods in the presence of Tsonga spirits near Mt. Kenya. and Xolile Mabuza, Swaziland. Photographer.

Portrait of Sally Gross by Gabrielle Le Roux 2013

Sally Gross, South Africa, obituary of an intersex activist

Satya Rai Nagpaul

Satya Rai Nagpaul, India. Nagpaul has a very bare internet profile. We are hoping to add to this in due course.

 

Zethu Matebeni

Zethu MatebenI, South Africa. Matebeni holds a PhD, started at Yale University and finalized as a PhD fellow at Wizer (Witwatersrand Institute for Social and Economic Research).

Selogadi Mampane

Selogadi Mampane, South Africa. Mampane began performing at the age of 11 and has since never stopped. Her passion for performance necessitated exploration in the fields of research.

Zethu Matebeni

Binyavanga Wainaina, Kenya. author, journalist and winner of the Caine Prize for African Writing among many other awards.

Dr Dapya Kaoma

Dr Kapya Kaoma, Boston, is an Episcopal priest from Zambia, Political Research Associates' (PRA) religion and sexuality researcher and author of the 2012 Colonizing African Values report.

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

 

 
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