We need 365 days of activism, says Zanele Muholi

Hostility towards the LGBTIQ community and violence against women and children are issues that photographer and visual activist, Zanele Muholi, uses to convey her message.

702's Azania Mosaka spoke to her to find out the inspiration behind her latest project.

Listen to the interview below:

...Somnyama Ngonyama came about at a time where I needed to reflect on my own personal issues and experiences,

Zanele Muholi, photographer and visual activist

Somnyama Ngonyama it's a personal journey in which I turn my own body into a subject of art,

Zanele Muholi, photographer and visual activist

It's 16 Days of Activism which is meant to be 365 days of activism... Violence takes place daily in this country,

Zanele Muholi, photographer and visual activist

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