Women need their own version of Freemasons, basically.
Their ability to listen, nurture the ideas of others and lead through collaboration give mothers leadership traits that are invaluable to businesses.
And girls can play as Batman. But feeling safe to do so away from home is a different story.
SXSW’s harrassment controversy shows it is no wonder women still use male pseudonyms.
The ANC Women’s League’s decision to march in support of the supreme patriarch is ill considered.
South African women are more money-savvy than they used to be with more bank accounts than men, but they still earn less than their male counterparts.
The judicial candidates for SA's highest court are all women, but real change requires an end to sexism.
The General Council of the Bar has announced the establishment of a transformation committee to monitor progress after initiatives failed.
The marginalisation of women in science occurs globally, but representation is particularly dire in Africa.
The country will probably fail to meet the millennium development goals as statistics suggest women are not benefitting from legislative gains.
What began in Afghanistan to inspire confidence in girls has landed in the parks and on the rooftops of Jo'burg's inner city.
South Africa's gender wage gap is among the world's worst, with women earning a third less on average than men.
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.
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.
The recommendation for the judge president post of the high court in the Free State comes as candidates bemoan gender issues in the legal profession.
Differences between the sexes must be defined to be accepted – but should the language defining these differences be changed?
Playing the gender card has its merits, but will Thandi Modise also do and say the unthinkable just to stay alive, asks Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
Times are changing, albeit slowly, particularly within the younger expat Arab communities living in the Gulf states, who live away from relatives.
France has gone back on its plan to teach pupils about gender equality amid protests from the country's conservative right and religious groups.