Bullying in the 21st century is more of a problem than ever – destroying lives and creating killers.
Gender-based abuse costs South Africa up to R40bn a year, but can be tackled at its root by dads taking an active role in caring for their children.
How do governments in Southern Africa plan to stop violence against women without realistic targets, effective indicators and commitment?
Is government committed to fighting for or against women? A mistake in a press release for 16 days of activism is revealing, writes Verashni Pillay.
Readers slam assaults on sex workers and accuse the Mail & Guardian of putting public protector Thuli Madonsela in danger.
Token actions by politicians won't change violence against women, writes Indira Govender.
President Jacob Zuma has marked the launch of 16 days of no violence against women and children, saying the crimes have no place in society.
Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe has urged men not turn a blind eye to violence against women and children.
The 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence campaign has become an empty ritual the nation performs to feel good about itself.
It's nearly the start of the annual 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children. But have we made progress as a society?