patriarchy

 
Love will win when I can’t protect him
Love will win when I can’t protect him
Were I the sort of person who has morning tea, I would call him my morning tea child. He came to me around 10, at the time when those who drink...
Land reform needs to change society
Land reform needs to change society
Many African countries that introduced land reforms after independence succeeded in transferring land from colonial governments, settlers and...
Patriarchy is no effing joke
Patriarchy is no effing joke
Fighting corruption, corporate giants and the ruling party are not the only battles that face the Economic Freedom Fighters’ (EFF) Gauteng...
Watch where you put your hands, oaf !
Watch where you put your hands, oaf !
Some months back, at a work event in Europe, a man exclaimed how distressing the #MeToo campaign was for him because, as he put it: “Now I...
Editorial: Strike down rape culture
Editorial: Strike down rape culture
Last Friday, a third-year university student died of suicide at home in Johannesburg. Khensani Maseko had been raped in Makhanda in May.
Sex positivity takes on patriarchy
Sex positivity takes on patriarchy
It was, in part, growing up in a village in Limpopo that saw Theto Mahlakoana eschew the traditional ways in which women are expected to express...
Media, patriarchy and society: Unpacking the 2018 women’s budget vote
Media, patriarchy and society: Unpacking the 2018 women’s budget vote
Last week, on 17 May 2018, the Ministry in the Presidency responsible for Women delivered the Budget Vote speech for the 2018/2019 financial year....
There’s more to racism than meets the eye
There’s more to racism than meets the eye
Academic and political analyst Sithembile Mbete taught me a simple but crucial insight into the true cost of racism. There is a lot intuitively...
Social justice organisations are not squeaky clean, and we must do better
Social justice organisations are not squeaky clean, and we must do better
As the local director of a funding organisation, a human rights attorney, and as a South African woman, I am glad this country is now having a...
Musician Mbuso Khoza on Princess Magogo and neutered patriarchy
Musician Mbuso Khoza on Princess Magogo and neutered patriarchy
Singer and composer Mbuso Khoza has a versatile and affecting voice that allows him to make strong contributions to any musical ensemble he...
[Podcast]Blessers and blessees: Why do we have so many?
[Podcast]Blessers and blessees: Why do we have so many?
Bhekisisa editor Mia Malan asks reproductive health doctor Tlaleng Mofokeng why older men prey on younger women.

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