Francesca Villette of IOL reports on the efficacy of the MenCare+ gender equality workshops.
NewsDeeply reports on Sonke’s efforts to combat the strikingly widespread occurrence of gender-based violence in SA.
Outside of legislative channels, civil society is also combating homophobia in various ways – GroundUp reports.
Will new laws help curb the threat of violence against people because of their sexual orientation in South Africa?
How the world’s richest are reaching out to Africa’s children – Yonela Mgwali reports on CNBC Africa.
Cathi Albertyn writes in Newsweek on possible reformations to be made to the Sexual Offences Act.
SABC News reports on the Johannesburg High Court’s ruling in the historic silicosis class action lawsuit.
Religious leaders from ten countries are working together to overcome barriers limiting churches’ responses to gender-based violence.
David McKenzie of CNN.com reports on the fate of the miners’ historic class action suit.
CEOs know that they owe sick victims money, but are buying time while mine workers die, write Meeran and Mbuyisa.
Sibongile Mashaba of The Sowetan reports on the death of Nkosiyethu Joe Fumba, who was killed by his abusive wife.
Discrepancies in the murder cases of Franziska Blöchliger and Sinoxolo Mafevuka reveal stark imbalances in SA’s justice system.
Information secured by GroundUp indicates that the new plan is unlikely to include provisions to decriminalise the trade.
Genevieve Quintal of News24 reports on President Jacob Zuma’s misinformed comments about harassment of women.
Editorial appearing in The Star praises efforts by Sonke and other NGOs in holding perpetrators like Patrick Wisani accountable.
Opinion piece published in the Cape Times lauding the SAHRC’s recommendation to outlaw corporal punishment in all contexts.
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