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On 9 August, the day known as National Women’s Day, Boitshepo Wilson, Lesego Mathloane and…

Ayanda Ndlovu (23), is the founder of ‘A Building Spirit Pad Drive’, a campaign…

Earlier this year on 7 April, Buhle, a Community Healthcare Worker (CHW) was raped by …

Lucy Gonzalez Parsons, an original founder when May Day launched in 1886, was born into slavery…

Jozi Book Fair (JBF) partnered with the Johannesburg Art Gallery (JAG) to facilitate a workshop series about how to create posters that tackle Gender Based Violence (GBV). Poster making and art are ancient ways of communicating messages…

On Saturday, 29 August 2020, Orange Farm Police hosted a Gender Based Violence awareness campaign in Orange Farm, Sector 1. It was held in collaboration with organisations like Families South Africa (FAMSA),…

“In recent times women have started standing up and speaking up for themselves, and empowering themselves. But, despite this, women are still extremely marginalised, still overlooked when it comes to job placements and if they do get jobs, they are…”

““This is one a campaign to stand in power and strength against Gender Based Violence. The march was to commemorate Women’s Month by tackling an issue that is still breaking down our communities and families. I have seen so many…”

““My step-mother has injured my self-esteem, and emotional well-being,” she said. “She beat me up for nothing and sometimes opens windows [in my room], wakes me up early in the morning around 3 am.” She continued, “I am a dropout…”

U.S. author Toni Morrison, whose 1987 novel “Beloved” about a runaway slave won a Pulitzer Prize and contributed to a body of work that made her…

Thousands of Brazilian women marched, throughout the main streets of the country, within the framework of the global demands of…