An overview of how South Africans spend their time shows that men get more time to socialise while women work in the home.
An emotional Annie Lennox called on South Africans to do more to fight the scourge of violence against women and children.
Instead of banning the diary from schools, as Gail Horalek would like, we should teach girls not to be ashamed of their bodies.
To some, gender may seem to be an unimportant topic, a frivolous diversion from the more critical problems of poverty, war, disease or racism.
Parliament not giving enough attention to civil society and NGOs.
Adam Sandler's latest comedy Jack and Jill may mark the moment when cinematic cross-dressing officially stops being funny.
Perhaps we should view the recent volley of insults about self-confessed womanising and wild whore libidos as a lancing of a national boil.
The creation of another structure in the form of a ministry to promote the rights of women, alongside other disempowered groups, is ill-considered.
South Africans should stop the hypocrisy and start engaging one another honestly about what kind of society we want.
After some tough talking, SADC leaders have signed up for a protocol on gender equality.
Paying attention to our media and popular culture suggests that there is ongoing contestation about the meanings of gender in the nation.