Newest Afrikaans queer icon Edo Mostert

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Setting the scene alight is the fiery Edo Mostert. He has hit a winning formula. Photos: Supplied
Setting the scene alight is the fiery Edo Mostert. He has hit a winning formula. Photos: Supplied

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Over the years, we have seen a queer takeover curated by artists such as Ntsikelelo “Lelowhatsgood” Meslani, the founder of Vogue Nights Jozi; critically acclaimed designers Rich Mnisi and Thebe Magugu; and controversial entertainer extraordinaire Somizi Mhlongo.

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