The journey to empowering women’s entrepreneurship will not be achieved by any one isolated approach
‘A Letter To My Perpetrator’ is more than a testimonial by survivors of GBV. It asks questions about healing through forgiveness of the perpetrator and oneself
Nearly half of South African women are left out of the country’s labour force — and gender-friendly budgeting could fix that
Women find it more difficult to find employment, are often paid less and have limited opportunities to climb to leadership positions
Gugu Sithole travels to France as one of 410 winners of this year’s Bold Woman Award by Veuve Clicquot
How many R Kellys are we harbouring? It’s a difficult question for all.
Viewing black women as strong and resilient does them a disservice
Once we have borne the brunt of what has happened to us, we must decide to begin again and change ourselves
Although two thirds of job losses were experienced by women, two thirds of the recipients of the R350 Covid-19 grant were men
Backlogs, booze, testicular cancer — all factors blamed for the apparent ineptitude or unwillingness to tackle a pandemic that is silently killing women all over the country.
“The library was a refuge I could run to when violence ripped at the very fabric of our existence and threatened to extinguish life itself,” writes Dr Barbara Boswell.
The truth is the economy still largely revolves around men, especially white men like me, writes Alef Meulenberg.
We must celebrate women’s achievements this month while agitating for structural change, argues Luke Waltham