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Local elections 2016 show that South Africa’s women continue to play second fiddle
Local elections 2016 show that South Africa’s women continue to play second fiddle
Three events converge in August in South Africa: the 60th anniversary of the march by women to the
Editorial: Please put our women first
Editorial: Please put our women first
On Women's Day South Africans celebrate the contribution of women to the struggle for freedom – and we ritually bemoan how much there is...
South African women: Young heroine with courage forged in fire
South African women: Young heroine with courage forged in fire
Five minutes after I call her to introduce myself and arrange a time to meet, Mitta Lebaka phones me back to suggest that instead of meeting at the...
Verashni Pillay: Strike a woman, you strike a hollow memory
Verashni Pillay: Strike a woman, you strike a hollow memory
Welcome to August! It's that magical time of the year when the cold of winter starts to thaw, Spring awaits around the corner, and South Africa...
Women's Day marks crisis of poverty and violence
Women's Day marks crisis of poverty and violence
Women rallied worldwide on Sunday to demand equal rights and protest against domestic violence and growing poverty in the global economic crisis as...
Part pitied, part scorned
Part pitied, part scorned
The woman at the SPCA pretended to be rearranging the bags of dog food behind her when I asked her what the date was.
Zulu king takes the cake
Zulu king takes the cake
Feminism in the "Kingdom of the Zulu" can be as misunderstood as a woman in a miniskirt.
South Africa celebrates Women's Day
South Africa celebrates Women's Day
Women's Day on Saturday was marked by activities that celebrated womanhood and at the same time urged further strides in protecting and advancing...
When are you too old?
When are you too old?
What happens when I am too old to do this, asks a Sanlam advertisement on personal financial planning.
When did the 'rock' become weak?
When did the 'rock' become weak?
I was driving behind an Ethekwini Municipality bus during the 16 days of activism against gender violence last year when I saw a poster highlighting the support of the municipality for the campaign, captured by the slogan: "Defending the weak!" ...

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