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The committee on Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs hosts a virtual panel discussion on the Recognition of Customary Marriages Bill which provides for the equal treatment of women in pre-Act monogamous and polygamous customary marriages. Facilitated by chairperson Kedibone Diale, the discussion will provide legal, socioeconomic, cultural, legislative and human rights perspectives from various subject experts.

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