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27-May-2017 21:32

Van Zyl was told by employees at the Centurion branch she could not submit her application because her medical reports did not have a stamp stating her doctor’s contact details and medical number.However, the reports did have a letterhead stating all the necessary information.He left the bar, fetched an axe from his car, returned and killed Kaylo.Kaylo was rushed to hospital and her killers followed them to the hospital and chased her friends with axe.“It is inhumane to live like this, I feel like my life has no purpose and it frustrating because I know that other transgender woman are experiencing this difficulty,” she said.

Harassment did happen in Nhlangano but Kaylo often just shrugged off.

In addition to refusing to eat or drink, Swanepoel has said that she will also seek a DNR (do not attempt to resuscitate) order.

Without a correct ID, she feels that life is not worth living.

They have approached the Western Cape High Court to ensure they are able to do so‚ after running into difficulties at the Department of Home Affairs.

The women‚ whose names have been withheld in efforts to protect their identities as they fall into a vulnerable class in South Africa‚ sought to have their sexual descriptions changed on their birth certificates from male to female.“The Department of Home Affairs refused to amend the sex description of our clients‚ arguing that the existing civil marriages‚ which are heterosexual‚ precluded the Department from amending the sex descripton as it would amount to recognition of a same-sex marriage under the Marriages Act‚” the Legal Resources Centre‚ representing the couples‚ said.

Harassment did happen in Nhlangano but Kaylo often just shrugged off.In addition to refusing to eat or drink, Swanepoel has said that she will also seek a DNR (do not attempt to resuscitate) order.Without a correct ID, she feels that life is not worth living.They have approached the Western Cape High Court to ensure they are able to do so‚ after running into difficulties at the Department of Home Affairs.The women‚ whose names have been withheld in efforts to protect their identities as they fall into a vulnerable class in South Africa‚ sought to have their sexual descriptions changed on their birth certificates from male to female.“The Department of Home Affairs refused to amend the sex description of our clients‚ arguing that the existing civil marriages‚ which are heterosexual‚ precluded the Department from amending the sex descripton as it would amount to recognition of a same-sex marriage under the Marriages Act‚” the Legal Resources Centre‚ representing the couples‚ said.What [Van Zyl] experienced is not new," Kheswa told News24.