gender discrimination

 
Policing communities: How the SAPS is failing to uphold LGBTI rights
Policing communities: How the SAPS is failing to uphold LGBTI rights
On the global stage, South Africa continues to reap praise from activists who hail its commitment to LGBTI communities. But inside the country, the...
The M&G's first Rainbow fellow: 'I want to help empower LGBTI Africans'
The M&G's first Rainbow fellow: 'I want to help empower LGBTI Africans'
Carl Collison, a freelance writer, photographer and columnist with 14 years of experience in writing and editing, has been appointed as the...
Women in tech talk about marginalisation and how to shatter glass ceilings
Women in tech talk about marginalisation and how to shatter glass ceilings
Kim Kardashian doesn’t spring to mind when talking about women thriving in the tech world. She should.
Caster Semenya’s body is being claimed by self-important armchair pundits
Caster Semenya’s body is being claimed by self-important armchair pundits
BODY LANGUAGENo sooner had the rather unfortunate Sports Illustrated article headlined “Is it fair for Caster Semenya to compete...
The silent protest shed light on rape but many choose to see it as anti-Zuma
The silent protest shed light on rape but many choose to see it as anti-Zuma
‘I think it’s an exciting moment,” says Sonke Gender Justice’s Dean Peacock of the state of gender activism in South Africa.
For girls who don’t want shoes in tampon box colours
For girls who don’t want shoes in tampon box colours
I can’t find cool trainers because I refuse to wear them in pink or purple or rancid, pukey pastel. My feet are depressed and my mind is livid....
Pupils Speak Out: Not all public schools have the resources that my school has
Pupils Speak Out: Not all public schools have the resources that my school has
The article you are about to read is part of a weekly series of comment pieces written by pupils about the problems they encounter in their...
Intellectually disabled women in India 'treated worse than animals'
Intellectually disabled women in India 'treated worse than animals'
The report by a human rights group said that intellectually disabled women in India are routinely locked up in institutions where they...
Nuptials widen the wage gap
Nuptials widen the wage gap
Marriage is "a major turning point that shapes the individual's trajectory in subsequent years," according to Siwei Cheng from the University of...

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