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20 days ago
Judge's confusion overshadows murder trial
Judge's confusion overshadows murder trial
Cape Times

The murder trial of former ANC Youth League leader Patrick Wisani has been overshadowed by the judge's apparent confusion ...

20 days ago
Khwezi protest 'positive reflection of SA democracy'
Khwezi protest 'positive reflection of SA democracy'
Cape Times

JOHANNESBURG: The protest by four young women, as President Jacob Zuma received the final results of the local government ...

20 days ago
India's ‘Iron Lady’ ends 16-year hunger strike
India's ‘Iron Lady’ ends 16-year hunger strike
World

Human rights activist Irom Sharmila, in tears, broke her fast in front of reporters by dripping honey into her mouth.

20 days ago
Zuma sends condolences to #Pakistan
Zuma sends condolences to #Pakistan
News

President Jacob Zuma sent a message of condolence to his Pakistani counterpart following a deadly terrorist attack.

20 days ago
#RememberKwezi protest 'proves SA democracy'
#RememberKwezi protest 'proves SA democracy'
News

Minister in the Presidency Susan Shabangu says it it critical to celebrate the role played by women in freeing South Africa.

20 days ago
Video: SA's top 10 power women
Video: SA's top 10 power women
South Africa

These are women that have left an indelible mark on society through their contributions in various fields.

20 days ago
#WomensDay: Young women speak their minds
#WomensDay: Young women speak their minds
Gauteng

Young girls from Young Urban Women speak to Ishmael Parkies about issues affecting them in their societies.

21 days ago
Here's to all women of character and strength
Here's to all women of character and strength
Cape Times

TODAY is Women’s Day. We’re being feted and invited to high teas and supposedly women’s interests. You know, girly stuff.

21 days ago
No let up in gender disparity
No let up in gender disparity
Cape Times

SOUTH AFRICA remains a deeply patriarchal society, with one of the highest rates of violence against women in the world.

21 days ago
ICC hails SA match-fixing bans
ICC hails SA match-fixing bans
Cape Times

CRICKET South Africa was lauded yesterday by the International Cricket Council, the world governing body, for trying to maintain ...

21 days ago
Females of substance put their families first
Females of substance put their families first
Cape Times

WHEN visually impaired mother-of-two Thozama Zothe gets up very early in the morning to busk in the CBD, her goal is to help ...

21 days ago
Phenomenal women led the march
Phenomenal women led the march
Cape Times

Lilian Ngoyi had a way with words and a personality that drew people to her, and made them want to do things with her.

21 days ago
Hard-working women given raw deal on farms
Hard-working women given raw deal on farms
Cape Times

A Cape farmer who spent most of her life working in vineyards said she has yet to see an on-site house registered in a woman’s name

21 days ago
Devil's Peak thug pepper-sprayed
Devil's Peak thug pepper-sprayed
Cape Times

INCREASED security measures have been put in place on Devil's Peak after a scuffle involving three hikers and a knife-wielding ...

21 days ago
Racism case against ex-editor set for court
Racism case against ex-editor set for court
Cape Times

The long-delayed racism case brought by reporters against their then boss Ferial Haffajee is due in court next week