Queer politics and intersectionality in South Africa

@article{Davids2017QueerPA,
  title={Queer politics and intersectionality in South Africa},
  author={Nadia Davids and Zethu Matebeni},
  journal={Safundi},
  year={2017},
  volume={18},
  pages={161 - 167}
}
Abstract In an interview with Nadia Davids, Zethu Matabeni discusses contemporary queer politics in South Africa and Cape Town in particular. Matebeni contextualizes current queer activism in a broader historical trajectory in which she observes the ongoing exclusive boundaries of Pride celebrations and positions two recent protest movements, #FeesMustFall and Rhodes Must Fall. 

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