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Sandton swapped business suits for masses of colour on Saturday, when the city centre hosted the Johannesburg Pride festival.
The festival, now in its 30th year, is organised by Pride of Africa, an advocacy group “committed to liberation, celebration and change for the LGBTQ+Me community”.
While some eagerly awaited the rain, others took to the streets of the CBD draped in rainbow garb.
We can’t remember the last time Sandton looked this gorgeous. And if you don’t believe us, Instagram was awash with images from the event, too.
Here are some of our favourites.
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Call me Mutha. 😏 #JoburgPride #AfricaPride #PrideForever #Pride2019 #GoogleAfrica P.S. Yes, that's a whole wall of donuts and I ate at least half a dozen! 😋 Also I don't mean to contribute to the skewed expectation of our post-pregnancy "snap back" culture. This is just what my particular "new" body did this time around, along with the ridiculousness of being in a high-energy musical soon after giving birth. I applaud and stan all mama's doing the absolute most or least to just be!