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.
Cape Talk’s Omogolo Taunyane reports on a new campaign which aims to make taxis safer for women.
Hannah McNeish of Al Jazeera reports on how negative male stereotypes are worsening the spread of HIV in Swaziland.
EFF leader said Khwezi had a ‘nice time’ with the president, and was taken to the Equality Court in 2009.
Nonhlanhla Skosana explains the need to educate men and boys on GBV in an article published by The Star.
Women’s Day special feature published in the Pretoria News shares the stories of some of South Africa’s most inspirational women.
Sonke’s Dean Peacock comments in the Cape Times’ front page report on Women’s Day.
“There is no concrete plan from government on how to combat violence against women and children,” says Sonke’s Patrick Godana
Sonke’s Bafana Khumalo comments on #RememberKhwezi protest
Safe Ride is a new initiative to protect vulnerable women commuters in South Africa
Judgment may limit scale of claims in class action suit – Lutho Mtongana reports in The Sunday Times.
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