Julius Malema has emerged as an unlikely feminist after a recent rally, but gender experts have slammed the political leader for being opportunistic.
Almost 10% of women in Britain have been raped, according to a recent lifestyle survey, writes Haroon Siddique.
We talk to M&G health editor Mia Malan about a small organisation trying to change the way mentally disabled people are treated in rural Eastern Cape.
Join Mmanaledi Mataboge and Faranaaz Parker on the M&G Newsroom between 1pm and 2pm as they bring you the latest in current affairs.
While Anene Booysen's rape and murder caused an international outcry, Letty Wapad's similar case went under-reported and almost unheard.
Residents of Diepsloot are baying for blood after the death of two toddlers in the area. And they say they are just as angry at the police.
Johannes Kana has been formally charged with the rape and murder of Anene Booysen, according to media reports.
Anita Khanna is the director of the TriContinental Film Festival, which is showing at cinemas in Johannesburg, Pretoria and Cape Town.
The term "corrective rape" is an injustice to the violence inflicted on black lesbians for their gender identity.
They have suffered the most in 20 years of killings, rape and displacement.
Cosatu has the right to continue with claims of rape against Zwelinzima Vavi if it feels it has enough evidence, according to the labour department.
The rape allegation that Zwelinzima Vavi has faced throws into sharp relief SA's muddled conceptions of rape and morality, writes Verashni Pillay.
Numsa's KwaZulu-Natal branch says it is fully behind Vavi, who is innocent until proven guilty despite public opinion.
Join Kwanele Sosibo and Deshnee Subramany between 1pm and 2pm as they talk you through the latest scandals and brouhahas unfolding in South Africa.
PODCAST: Listen to the full M&G Hangout on the FHM controversy with Sarah Britten and Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
Sarah Britten and Haji Mohamed Dawjee talk about the FHM controversy and the difficulty with rape jokes in SA.
Egypt's women increasingly at risk of rape and sexual assault as rights groups warn of a step up in attacks.
In "Don't victimise rape victims" (May 31), Kwena Moloto argued that South Africans needed a "radical change of attitude regarding sex crimes".