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19 days ago
VIDEO: Roundtable discussion around #WomensDay
VIDEO: Roundtable discussion around #WomensDay

A group of young dynamic South African women discuss the burning issues South Africa faces as a country.

19 days ago
VIDEO: How the thumbs up became a struggle symbol
VIDEO: How the thumbs up became a struggle symbol

The thumbs up symbol means different things to different people. At one point, it meant everything to everybody. Here's why...

19 days ago
#WomensDay: What women need are equal families
#WomensDay: What women need are equal families

We need to examine how what we do in our homes contributes to gender inequality, say Kopane Ratele and Rebecca Helman.

19 days ago
#WomensDay: We need to listen to victims
#WomensDay: We need to listen to victims

Speaking out helps only if someone is listening; and often, the very services tasked with protection are unsympathetic, writes Savera Kalidden.

20 days ago
Dark clouds
Dark clouds

The Rio Games are an acid attack for the Olympics appeal in a grim world, writes John Leicester in Rio de Janeiro

20 days ago
Strike a woman and you strike a rock
Strike a woman and you strike a rock

Reviewing the 1954 Women’s Charter reminds us of how far women in South Africa have come but also what hurdles remain to true liberation.

20 days ago
Now comes the real politics
Now comes the real politics

Broken promises are beginning to be costly, as these elections have shown.

20 days ago
Peace through equality
Peace through equality

UN Women executive director, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, and 15-year-old Brazilian handball player, Thaiza Vitória, carried the ...

20 days ago
We're in danger of creating a witch-hunt
We're in danger of creating a witch-hunt

Our anti-terror laws fuel anti-Muslim sentiment, writes Firoz Osman

20 days ago
Women leaders are hypocrites – student
Women leaders are hypocrites – student

‘It’s a shame they spoke out against us’

20 days ago
Beware the urge to scapegoat Zuma
Beware the urge to scapegoat Zuma

He is but a product of the party, and thus it should be embarrassed about what transpired in the elections

23 days ago
ANC showing its fault lines
ANC showing its fault lines

Electoral tremors are shaking the ruling party. How will it respond? Susan Booysen looks at the emerging scenario

24 days ago
English a second fiddle
English a second fiddle

Rajend Mesthrie explains how the Queen’s English has had to defer to Africa’s rich multilingualism

24 days ago
Comforting side of SA
Comforting side of SA

#MillionComforts: South Africans truly surpassed themselves in thoughtfulness and generosity, filling drop-bins in 88 outlets countrywide

24 days ago
We can walk the talk… and fund it
We can walk the talk… and fund it

African women are being presented with an opportunity to drive transformation for gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls.