UK transport sex offences increase

2015-08-26 17:00

A surge in reported sex offences on Britain's public transport has resurrected the idea of women-only rail carriages on the tube.

Sexism plagues India's few policewomen

2015-08-19 22:02

India's police force is not only drastically short of women, it is also plagued by sexism, with women given menial duties, bypassed for promotion and scared to report sexual harassment by male colleagues, a study shows.

Women face massive barriers in business

2015-08-16 16:00

A report from the presidency highlights the many barriers that continue to prevent women from succeeding in business.

Dlamini vows crackdown against women abuse

2015-08-09 17:08

Newly elected ANCWL president Bathabile Dlamini had a strong warning for maintenance defaulters and men who abuse women at a Women's Day rally in Sasolburg.

Viral video sparks concern in Saudi over harassment of women

2015-08-07 11:15

In a minute-long video uploaded to YouTube last month, two young Saudi women walk along the waterfront promenade in the kingdom's Red Sea city of Jiddah as a group of young men jeer and follow them until the women become visibly agitated.

Women must empower themselves - deputy minister

2015-07-30 13:16

South Africa has progressed beyond the stage where women need to ask for emancipation, Deputy Arts and Culture Minister Rejoice Mabudafhasi says.

Algerian women with HIV suffer 'double punishment'

2015-07-09 13:22

Like in many other conservative Muslim countries, in Algeria a woman with HIV is considered to have brought shame and dishonour on her family, regardless of her circumstances.

Female supreme court nominee rejected by Afghan Parliament

2015-07-08 14:02

The first-ever female nominee for the supreme court in Afghanistan has failed to garner enough votes of approval from the parliament.

Women face discrimination in building industry - official

2015-07-03 18:30

Women still face disrespect and disregard in the home builders industry, the National Home Builders Registration Council COO says.

Which woman should appear on $10 bill?

2015-06-19 08:27

Speculation is rising over which American woman will be chosen to grace the $10 bill, which has featured Alexander Hamilton since 1929. The answer will come sometime after summer, after Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew considers suggestions from anyone who wants to offer one.


Women not in Parliament to add glamour - Madonsela

2015-08-25 20:35

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has questioned whether the women sitting in Parliament have done enough to change the status quo of the country.

First women pass elite US Army Ranger course

2015-08-18 16:42

Two women have made military history after becoming the first female soldiers to pass the US Army's gruelling Ranger Course.

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Women still facing discrimination in SA - Zuma

2015-08-09 16:19

Working women are still being discriminated against in SA, in spite of great strides being made towards equality, President Jacob Zuma has said at a Women's Day rally in Sasolburg.

Still far too few women in electricity sector - official

2015-08-03 14:23

The Johannesburg City Power MD says it is unacceptable that 21 years into democracy, women still play a miniscule role in a sector critical to economic growth.

Women in business: SA’s splintered glass ceiling

2015-07-12 16:30

One in five directors in South Africa is a woman. Globally, South Africa tracks lower than index leaders in Scandinavia, but it is among the best in the world.

Rights group condemns Myanmar bill on interfaith marriage

2015-07-08 15:03

An international human rights group has accused Myanmar's parliament of playing with fire by passing a bill regulating the right of women from the country's Buddhist majority to marry men from outside their religion.

Unwed mother in India gains guardianship in legal first

2015-07-06 15:24

An unwed mother in India has been granted guardianship of her child without revealing the father's name or gaining his consent, breaking new legal ground, a news report says.

Female deaths in Honduras a 'violent epidemic'

2015-06-25 12:21

The number of women killed in violent incidents has surged in Honduras, already the world's deadliest country, and has hit epidemic levels, a rights group says.

$10 bill will soon have a woman on it

2015-06-18 08:32

Alexander Hamilton, who has been featured on the $10 bill since 1929, is making way for a woman.

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