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“On the first of September, 2023, the first day of Women’s Month in South Africa, the Women and LGBTI+ Desk of the Unemployed Peoples Movement (UPM) (formed in 2009), organised a women’s dialogue for the women of Grahamstown, Eastern Cape….”

On 9 August 2023, in commemoration of the generation of 1956 where 20 000 women marched against the carrying of the dompass, the coach and founder of African Connection Women Football Club, Chris Totobela and the team hosted the first ever Diski Queens Tournament under the theme “Kicking the ball against Gender Based Violence and Drug Abuse”.

All the reviews in this section were written by the participants in a Forum of Activist Journalists workshop at Khanya College.

The Ekurhuleni Metro Police Departments (EMPD) hosted a domestic violence awareness campaign meant to educate community members about the big problem of abuse and to encourage people to act.

After winning the Women’s African Cup of Nations on 23 July 2022 with a 2-1 victory over Morrocco, the Banyana team secured a spot in the 2023 Women’s World Cup in New Zealand, which kicked off on 20 July 2023.

In Extension 30 Vosloorus, east of Johannesburg, 16 women have come together and organised themselves to start an agricultural project in the community.

South African women and children are experiencing Gender Base Violence (GBV) on a daily basis.

This year’s International Working Women’s Day in France holds special significance because of a nation-wide call by trade unions and people’s movements to bring the country to a standstill from March 7

International Socialist Alternative’s statement on International Women’s Day

“Men who are not embarrassed and have sexual intercourse with our children must leave Dunoon”.

Nakita Frans (31) is a young woman who is driven to change the negative mentality of young people.

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