South African DOJ to Launch Investigation into Alleged False Statements made by Mr. Gay South Africa

South African National Department of Justice and Constitutional Development: “We call upon Mr Weyer to give a written explanation to his statements to the National Department of Justice and Constitutional Development. An investigation will be conducted and the Ministry reported to accordingly.” By Melanie Nathan, June 11, 2012. Last month a group of South African … More South African DOJ to Launch Investigation into Alleged False Statements made by Mr. Gay South Africa

Lance Weyer Mr. Gay South Africa Uses Crown to Solicit Gay Votes for Democratic Alliance Party

By Melanie Nathan, May 31, 2012. In 2011 Lance Weyer won the Mr. Gay South Africa Pageant.  With the win the pageant owners declared him The Ambassador for South African LGBT Rights.  However Weyer is a career politician who was chosen by the Democratic Alliance, a political party to a career position as a Town … More Lance Weyer Mr. Gay South Africa Uses Crown to Solicit Gay Votes for Democratic Alliance Party

Mr. GAY South Africa Lance Weyer should resign after Reprimanded by DOJ

By Melanie Nathan, May 30, 2012. In an earlier article I accused Lance Weyer of partisan politics and a conflict of interest. While purporting to represent the South African LGBT community in his capacity as Mr. Gay South Africa, Weyer took a partisan turn and launched a divisive tirade against the South African LGBT activist … More Mr. GAY South Africa Lance Weyer should resign after Reprimanded by DOJ

Controversy looms as Mr. Gay South Africa claims to be the ambassador for LGBTI rights in South Africa

A disaster looms when politicians who have partisan party affiliations are perceived as spokespersons for all. By Melanie Nathan, May 29, 2012. Mr. Gay South Africa is a privately run enterprise, a competition, a money maker, with lucrative sponsorships and a keen eye on the next “South African LGBTI Ambassador.” While the competition has provided … More Controversy looms as Mr. Gay South Africa claims to be the ambassador for LGBTI rights in South Africa

South African Traditional Leaders Insult Gay Community with Consitutional Review

Explanation and Comments by Mr. Gay South Africa By Melanie Nathan, May 07,2012. On Friday last week I reported that the  South African Constitution  has been lauded for its lead on the entrenchment of anti-discrimination rights that renders it one of the few in the world to protect sexual orientation and gender identity in its … More South African Traditional Leaders Insult Gay Community with Consitutional Review

More About Mr. Gay World Winner Mr. New Zealand

Mr. Gay New Zealand wins Mr. Gay World 2012 in Johannesburg at the Fourth Annual International Competition.  South Africa is first Runner up, France comes 3rd and  4th Place to Mr. USA. JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – from the twenty-two gay men representing their respective countries in the 4th annual Mr. Gay World competition held in … More More About Mr. Gay World Winner Mr. New Zealand

Mr Gay World Includes Finalists from Criminalizing African Countries

Historic participation as Africa continues draconian criminalization of homosexuality by Melanie Nathan, February 21, 2012 For the first time black Africans will participate in the Mr. Gay World contest being held in Johannesburg, South Africa, sending a  powerful message of hope to LGBTI people in Africa and the rest of the World. The delegates representing … More Mr Gay World Includes Finalists from Criminalizing African Countries

Mr Gay South Africa and Mr Gay Namibia Speak Out After Brutal Attack

by Melanie Nathan, via Mr. Gay South Africa™ East London, South Africa   December  09, 2011 – Following my earlier article about a physical attack on Mr. Gay Namiibia. Lance Weyer, a representative councillor of the Buffalo City Municipality, which includes East London, Bisho and King William’s Town, issued a statement relating to the physical … More Mr Gay South Africa and Mr Gay Namibia Speak Out After Brutal Attack

Political Rep from Democratic Alliance Wins Mr. Gay South Africa

 By Melanie Nathan – 11/27/2011 JOHANNESBURG – Lance Weyer, a political representative for the Democratic Alliance from East London, won the title to Mr. Gay South Africa 2011 in Johannesburg on Saturday night. Weyer is a Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality Council member in the Eastern Cape and serves on the Health and Public Safety Standing … More Political Rep from Democratic Alliance Wins Mr. Gay South Africa