women's month

 
Editorial: Saluting women, then and now, with 60 profiles of heroes
Editorial: Saluting women, then and now, with 60 profiles of heroes
Sixty years ago, more than 20 000 women of different backgrounds, social classes and races marched to the seat of the apartheid government to...
Get it right, newsdesks, the ANC aunties are not exactly fighting for women's rights
Get it right, newsdesks, the ANC aunties are not exactly fighting for women's rights
Fantastic news: Women’s Month is over. Until next August. I breathe a huge sigh of relief.
Do's and don'ts for Women's Month? Get the message and get with the programme
Do's and don'ts for Women's Month? Get the message and get with the programme
Can you smell that sweet fragrance in the air, South Africa? It’s a delicate cocktail of sugar and spice and all things nice. That’s right:...
Efforts on gender in peace and security gain pace
Efforts on gender in peace and security gain pace
The significance of 2015 continently and globally in the drive for women’s empowerment and the achievement of gender equality provides a useful...
Oscar Pistorius release: 'Reeva would have been 32 today'
Oscar Pistorius release: 'Reeva would have been 32 today'
June and Barry Steenkamp will today spend the morning on the beach in Port Elizabeth where their daughter Reeva Steenkamp's ashes are...
Don't Miss This: August 7 - 13
Don't Miss This: August 7 - 13
Cape Town
A betrayal of our valiant history
A betrayal of our valiant history
August is my least favourite month. And, since 1994, the most miserable month of the year has a name: Women's Month. Moreover, to add insult to...
Women, the power of language, and the language of power
Women, the power of language, and the language of power
I have been paying a lot of attention recently to the use of language when it comes to talking about women – whether it's by men or by women...
Emotional Creature: It's a girl thing
Emotional Creature: It's a girl thing
American playwright Eve Ensler shares the stories of women of different ages and races from all over the world through monologue, song and spoken...
Vavi accepts 'humiliating' Corruption Watch censure
Vavi accepts 'humiliating' Corruption Watch censure
"I have accepted that censure, humiliating as that may be. I am not above the discipline of our organisations," he said in a speech on...
Khaya Dlanga: My mother, a woman who never knew her place
Khaya Dlanga: My mother, a woman who never knew her place
Let me tell you a story about one of the women I admire the most. 
Opinion: Women's Month and the department of woe
Opinion: Women's Month and the department of woe
What more can be said about the department of women, children and people with disabilities? *Big breath*

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