Racial edicts in the form of the current empowerment regime have been presented as a non-negotiable by President Ramaphosa, writes Terence Corrigan.
A number of "very positive rulings" have shown that South Africa does indeed have the most progressive judiciary in the world, rights group Women and Men against Child Abuse has said.
ALL women's voices need to be heard. This local campaign against gender-based violence echoes the global #MeToo and #Timesup movements.
The biological mother and stepfather of three-year-old Poppie van der Merwe have been convicted of her murder.
If we don't encourage our kids to open up when they're feeling rejected, it might have negative effects on the way they deal with things later in life.
The man who allegedly shot and killed a successful Cape Town businesswoman in front of her parents and young son, has handed himself over to police.
Before it reaches a point of no-return, here's why and how you should step in and help.
Women holding up signs asking society to ‘stop abuse’ isn't working – we need a Plan B.
Pretoria police say people who abuse their partners and hope that if a case is opened, it will simply be withdrawn due to the victims' dependence on them, should think twice.
“You can brainwash yourself into thinking things aren’t so bad.”
How the nightmare of seeing abuse as a child can haunt you into adulthood.
As the 16 Days of Activism campaign against gender-based violence comes to end, the DA Women's Network has called for a South Africa Police Service overhaul to improve the policing of issues affecting women and children.
Today, many women, who do not fit into the categories society wants to put them in, may find themselves turned into witches who deserve to be exposed, violated, and in some extreme forms, annihilated, writes Juliana Claassens.
Three men who raped a woman who was coming from a funeral in Limpopo have each been sentenced to life in jail.
A new online platform has been launched that offers speedy help to victims of abuse just in time for 16 Days of Activism For No Violence Against Women and Children.
The ANC parliamentary caucus has decribed the behaviour of one of its members, Mervyn Dirks, as "despicable", after he allegedly threatened to assault a female colleague and later showed his middle finger to MPs.
We must constantly assess the discrepancy between our personal and public lives, most especially when choosing our political leaders, writes Ashanti Kunene.
IPID head Robert McBride will now be able spend the festive season with one of his daughters, who is a potential State witness in the child abuse case against him, after his bail conditions have been amended.
The battle between ANC factions in the Eastern Cape has spilt over into the party's provincial duties, allegedly affecting the launch of the 16 days of activism campaign .
Why do children act violently? Why are many children at risk of becoming criminals? Understanding this is critical to understanding crime and violence in South Africa.
Parliament has called on men to be part of the fight against violence inflicted on women and children, as the annual 16 Days of Activism campaign was launched.
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