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Sexual abuse in the workplace: a symptom of a larger system of power gone rogue

South Africa’s public-interest sector is not clean of alleged sex pests in the office

Equal Education sexual harassment inquiry will have lasting effects

Despite the panel’s problematic findings, it is now much clearer what social justice and a victim-centred approach entails

A culture of sexual harassment and bullying existed at EE – report

According to a report by Prof Rashida Manjoo, Equal Education has failed in the past to provide a safe space for sexual harassment complainants

LETTER: Civil society condemns Satchwell report

Being able to submit complaints anonymously is vital for ensuring the safety of victims

Editorial: We will continue to tell the news

Reporting on allegations of harassment is not easy within the confines of the rules of journalism

Independent inquiry clears former Equal Education leaders

A report by retired judge Kathy Satchwell exonerates Zackie Achmat and Doron Isaacs

Doron Isaacs inquiry to start soon

A panel is due to probe allegations against the co-founder of Equal Education this month

NGO coalition asks Achmat to ‘step back’

Decision follows allegations that Achmat covered up sexual harassment claims

Senior Equal Education manager dismissed following ‘jobs for sex’ scandal

A 10-year veteran of the education campaigners, Luyulo Mazwembe, worked in the Western Cape office before moving to Johannesburg in 2016

Equal Education grapples with ‘toxic’ culture

Former staff members say Equal Education’s problems go beyond sexual harassment

#WeBelieveThem: Feminist caucus calls for end to ‘culture of silence’ in NGO sector

The statement comes after details of Equal Education’s institutional failure to address sexual harassment allegations emerged

Working towards reproductive justice requires safe spaces for women

The idea of ‘social justice activism’ becomes a lie when its organising spaces are fraught or abusive

Equal Education meets with WC education dept over sexual harassment claims

The organisation says it now has three separate processes currently running to investigate allegations of sexual harassment

We are looking inward: Equal Education

The social justice organisation says the sexual harassment allegations have been a wake-up call

Letters to the Editor: May 25 to 31

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