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South Africa: Miss Gay Jozi 2014, Thabo Menu aka Miss Tee Menu Wins Tags: South Africa Gay News Thabo Menu Miss Tee Menu

The winner of the 2014 Miss Gay Jozi is the 19 year old Miss Tee Menu from Daveyton. The Miss Gay Jozi is a pageant for female impersonators (Drag Queens).

This year saw twenty five applicants interested in vying for the title. Auditions were held in March and brought us to our Top 16 finalists who will compete for the title of Miss Gay Jozi 2014 on Saturday 17 May.  

The pageant is also held in celebration of Africa Day (Sunday 25 May).

The programme this year includes performances by the Divas of Drag, who have performed at Carnival City and other charitable functions.  

Zsa-Zsa Whitney Gabor-Houston will not only be the MC for the evening, with co-host Mr. Simply Blue, Musa Bhengu, but will be performing some time -honoured classics.

Labelz D’Glamour, Mr Carter, Divaliscious, Rozzlyn, Sonwa, Foxy and others will  bring down the house in more vibrant performances with local and international songs.

Source: inkanyiso

Cameroon jails men over gay sex Tags: Cameroon News African Gay Gossip This Is Not Africa
Three men in Cameroon have been sentenced to five years in prison for homosexual acts, which are illegal in the central African nation. Two of the accused were in court in the capital, Yaounde, but a third man was sentenced in absentia as he had jumped bail.

Police said the men were arrested for having oral sex in a car.

They denied the allegations and their lawyer Alice Nkom told the BBC they were arrested for looking feminine.
 
"How can people be jailed just for dressing like women?" she said, adding that her clients would appeal.
 
"This is really an embarrassment for Cameroon," said Ms Nkom who also runs Cameroon's Association for the Defence of Homosexuals.
 
At the start of the trial, she told the BBC the case was a "crime of fashion, not homosexuality".
 
The BBC's Randy Joe Sa'ah in Yaounde says homophobia is widespread in Cameroon, as in most African countries.
 
'Homophobic innuendos'
 
He says as well as the five-year jail term, the men were each fined 200,000 CFA francs (about $400; £260) - both the maximum penalties for homosexual acts in Cameroon.
 
One of men's other lawyers, Michel Togue, said it was a bad ruling and he accused the judge of peppering the hearing with homophobic innuendos, AFP news agency reports.
 
The two men who were in court were denied bail in August. The third defendant was granted bail after their arrest in July and never appeared in court for the trial.
 
Amnesty International has said Cameroon's homosexuality law is draconian and discriminatory and should be scrapped.
 
"Amnesty International considers these men to be prisoners of conscience who are being punished solely because of their perceived sexual orientation," Amnesty's Central Africa campaigner Jean-Eric Nkurikiye told the BBC in a statement.
 
"The use of criminal law to punish private sexual activity between consenting adults contravenes international human rights laws that Cameroon has signed and ratified."
 
Our reporter says it is not common for men to be taken to court over homosexual acts but in March, a man was jailed for three years on such charges.
 
Homosexual acts are banned in most African countries. In neighbouring Nigeria, MPs are currently debating proposed legislation to tighten homosexuality laws, including a ban on same-sex marriages.
 
Source: BBC News Africa
African Gay Couple Splits After Two Years Marriage: This Is Not Africa Tags: This Is Not Africa Kenya News African Marriages Gossip
(Gossip) Kenyan gay couple Mr Daniel Chege Gichia and Mr. Charles Ng’ang’a Wacera are divorcing after being married for 2 years. Mr Daniel Chege Gichia confirmed that the divorce was filed by his ‘wife’, Mr Charles Ng’ang’a Wacera, alias Charles Ngengi months ago. A petition that comprised a long list of allegations against him.

Gichia said that the divorce had triggered off a sensitive matter, currently being investigated by the British Home Office.
 
“I think the Home Office wants to investigate whether the marriage was indeed a scam, intended only to enable one of the couples gain illegal entry into the UK. As far as I am concerned, I did the right thing to bring Mr Wacera to the UK so that we can marry,” Gichia said.
 
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