Patrick Godana writes on the terrible toll of silicosis on miners’ families.
Women’s work caring for sick miners is invisible – Tanya Charles writes for GroundUp.
After serving 9 years of an 18-year sentence for armed robbery, Thulani Ndlovu has founded Zonk’izizwe Odds Development, an NGO fighting to get prisoners’ rights on the national agenda.
Getting parents more involved in childcare is good for a child’s health and prospects in life. It’s also good for women. South Africa needs to get with the programme writes Wessel van den Bergh.
Sonke’s Patrick Godana how many more people need to be violated, assaulted and murdered before our government takes the scourge of gender-based violence seriously.
Sonke’s Siphokhazi Dyani attends a march demanding action from the Delft police for the brutal murder in August of 38 year-old Nomenesi Klawushe. She wonders: will justice be served for the mother of three and other women like her?
A Senior Trainer for Sonke’s Refugee Health and Rights Portfolio, Micheline Minani Muzaneza reveals the harrowing moment she decided to dedicate her life to pursuing social justice.
Supreme Court of Appeal grants mining houses leave to appeal all aspects of the landmark judgement.
Silicosis class action has positively impacted the rights of women and children who’ve depended upon, and cared for, sick miners.
Counselling work done by MenCare to shift men’s attitudes away from harmful gendered stereotypes towards active participation in parenting.
Results from the 2015 General Household Survey have revealed both positive and negative trends affecting South African children.
Widows and children stand to inherit damage claims from the mining industry, but their decision to appeal doesn’t bode well.
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