"women" tag
POINT OF ORDER: Chief  Nozamile  Matwasa  of  Zalu administrative area in Lusikisiki speaks at the   public hearings  on the   Customary  Male  Initiation  Practice Bill in  Lusikisiki this week. She   says while women  have a big role  to play  in the rite,  it has always been a men’s custom   Picture: LULAMILE  FENI

Tribal chiefs reject draft bill on circumcision rite

Traditional leaders have rejected a clause in a bill on circumcision that would have enabled women to visit their sons,…

President Jacob Zuma

Zuma undermining SA women with his comments – rights group

President Jacob Zuma ignored and undermined the situation women in the country faced with comments he made about harassment, Sonke…

GIRL POWER: The fifth Wild Women on the Run will see 26 participants run 100km from Glengariff to Mazeppa Bay in  celebration of women-power and to raise money for Busfare Babies and   African Angels School   Picture: SUPPLIED

Wild Women on the Run to tackle 100km

Glengariff resident Lucille van der Merwe has high hopes for the Wild Women on the Run 100km coastal run, which…

PHEPHELAPHI DUBE

Virginity test condition for bursary defies rights

The idea of offering a bursary to fund tertiary education for young women is a laudable one.

WOMAN HOW GREAT THOU ART: Contrary to the modern view, women were greatly revered and valued in Xhosa tradition Pictures: FILE

Culturally women enjoyed place of power and prais

WATHINT’UMFAZI; wathint’imbokotho! You strike a woman; you strike a grinding stone.

Bonang (1)

Department of Women accused of supporting Euphonik in Marie Claire abuse saga

The Department of Women is being accused of insensitivity over its gauche take on the row over a magazine’s inclusion…

April_1

APRIL FOOLS’ DAY: Did you believe our stories?

Did you buy our fictitious front page story about a Russian tycoon buying late president and world icon Nelson Mandela’s…

Minister in the Presidency Susan Shabangu

Government welcomes court rulings

Minister in the Presidency Susan Shabangu today welcomed two recent court rulings that upheld the rights of women and children.

POINT OF ORDER: Chief  Nozamile  Matwasa  of  Zalu administrative area in Lusikisiki speaks at the   public hearings  on the   Customary  Male  Initiation  Practice Bill in  Lusikisiki this week. She   says while women  have a big role  to play  in the rite,  it has always been a men’s custom   Picture: LULAMILE  FENI

Tribal chiefs reject draft bill on circumcision rite

Traditional leaders have rejected a clause in a bill on circumcision that would have enabled women to visit their sons,…

President Jacob Zuma

Zuma undermining SA women with his comments – rights group

President Jacob Zuma ignored and undermined the situation women in the country faced with comments he made about harassment, Sonke…

GIRL POWER: The fifth Wild Women on the Run will see 26 participants run 100km from Glengariff to Mazeppa Bay in  celebration of women-power and to raise money for Busfare Babies and   African Angels School   Picture: SUPPLIED

Wild Women on the Run to tackle 100km

Glengariff resident Lucille van der Merwe has high hopes for the Wild Women on the Run 100km coastal run, which…

PHEPHELAPHI DUBE

Virginity test condition for bursary defies rights

The idea of offering a bursary to fund tertiary education for young women is a laudable one.

WOMAN HOW GREAT THOU ART: Contrary to the modern view, women were greatly revered and valued in Xhosa tradition Pictures: FILE

Culturally women enjoyed place of power and prais

WATHINT’UMFAZI; wathint’imbokotho! You strike a woman; you strike a grinding stone.

Bonang (1)

Department of Women accused of supporting Euphonik in Marie Claire abuse saga

The Department of Women is being accused of insensitivity over its gauche take on the row over a magazine’s inclusion…

April_1

APRIL FOOLS’ DAY: Did you believe our stories?

Did you buy our fictitious front page story about a Russian tycoon buying late president and world icon Nelson Mandela’s…

Minister in the Presidency Susan Shabangu

Government welcomes court rulings

Minister in the Presidency Susan Shabangu today welcomed two recent court rulings that upheld the rights of women and children.


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