Campaign to stop sexual violence in taxi industry.
The Vimba app connects survivors of rape with assisting organizations offering free shelter, legal assistance and counselling.
A simple cellphone app could offer a much-needed lifeline to abused women in Diepsloot.
National government and the head of Pollsmoor’s remand facility taken to court by Sonke Gender Justice.
Rape and physical abuse rates more than double those reported in national studies have been recorded in Diepsloot.
Wisani’s conviction shows concerted community action can expedite justice for survivors of violence.
Tanzania’s Daily News reports on work done by Children’s Dignity Forum, co-ordinator of MenEngage Tanzania, to protect girls from FGM and forced marriages.
Nivashni Nair and Suthentira Govender write in the Sunday Times on the importance of limiting babies’ television intake.
Patrick Wisani’s legal team continues to cause delays in his trial.
Kamini Padayachee reports on the Labour Law Amendment Bill, which aims to provide equal benefits to adoptive and surrogate parents.
The case has been marred with delays since its beginning – Simnikiwe Hlatshaneni reports for The Citizen.
Publicise gender murder trial, urges civil society coalition group.
Activists have partnered with taxi industry on national awareness campaign addressing harassment and gender-based violence towards women commuters.
Gabi Falanga writes for IOL on a newly formed national campaign to keep female taxi commuters safe.
Bayano Valy writes about the promise and challenge of getting men involved in care and household work.
“I think it’s an exciting moment,” says Sonke Gender Justice’s Dean Peacock of the state of gender activism in SA.
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