Deputy Minister of Correctional Services Thabang Makwetla claims that prisoners in SA have access to better healthcare. Africa Check investigates.
The government must stop paying mere lip service to rooting out gender-based violence.
Situations can get worse for women who are battered by their intimate partners: research now shows they are at higher risk of contracting HIV.
It has been almost 30 years since Mbuyiselo Botha's brother committed rape. He did not have a clue about what rape did to its survivors.
Groups have met to devise a programme to tackle rape and violence, and have called on the president to observe silence before his Sona address.
William Nessen's film "Can't Just Fold Your Arms" digs into several similarities with Julius Malema's unrepentant attitude towards women.
SA desperately needs to address the health risks posed by overcrowded detention centres and migrant deportation processes, a rights group says.
ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema on Monday paid a R50 000 fine for his "nice time" remark about a woman who claimed she had been raped.
The Sonke Gender Network has welcomed Julius Malema's apology for a sexist remark, but aren't pleased at how long he waited before saying sorry.
Julius Malema's legal team applied to reinstate an appeal on Tuesday against a hate speech finding on his "nice time" rape remark.
ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema said he would not pay the fine imposed on him by the Equality Court in Johannesburg.
ANCYL president Julius Malema's attorneys have applied for a condonation order after he failed to pay a R50Â 000 fine, his lawyer said on Friday.
The sheriff has visited ANC youth leader Julius Malema's Sandton home to make a list of his assets after he failed to pay a R50 000 fine.
ANCYL president Julius Malema has begun the process of appealing an Equality Court order against him, his lawyer said on Monday.
The Sonke Gender Justice Network is going ahead with its bid to attach assets worth R50 000 from ANC Youth League president Julius Malema.
The Equality Court in Johannesburg on Monday postponed the final arguments in the hate speech complaint against ANCYL leader Julius Malema.
A hate speech complaint against ANCYL leader Julius Malema was part of a conspiracy to undermine the organisation, a court heard on Monday.
ANC Youth League president Julius Malema described himself as a defender of women and said he would never promote hatred towards them.