Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
Celebrities are putting their money where their mouths are and supporting continued access to abortions – and fashion seems to be at the centre of the initiatives.
Graveyards have become catalogues of misogyny and constant murals of the inhumane challenges women and children experience in our new democracy, writes Lebusa Monyooe.
Being a storyteller is one of the most important aspects of my identity. I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t searching for expression in one way or another, whether as an actor on a stage, on my couch with pen and paper in hand, or in an art class, writes Buhle Ngaba.
It is believed that a woman was created out of a man’s rib as a gift to him. This is how humanity was created, writes Muano Liphadzi.
A young Palestinian-American is the driving force behind a nascent #MeToo movement in this patriarchal corner of the world.
Far from raising awareness of the plight of women, the day and month that SA dedicates to women seems to bring out the worst and most intense forms of violation against them, writes Nicki Gules.
No self-congratulations but calls to action will mark many celebrations of the 40th International Women's Day on Wednesday, as the fight for equality faces new threats.
A Pakistani female lawmaker threatened to self-immolate after she was harassed by male colleagues in parliament, telling AFP that the widely-publicised incident shows how laws to protect women are not being enforced.
A new Facebook campaign launched by Iranian women protesting against wearing hijabs has gathered heaps of popularity online.
How offensive are pictures of moms breastfeeding their babies?
Yes, there are women leaders and there are many educated and empowered women, but there are also millions of uneducated, undereducated and impoverished women in South Africa today, writes Nomkhita Gysman.
Albertina Sisulu’s legacy presents a unique opportunity to recognise the contribution of women’s leadership, writes Thuli Madonsela.
Lack of synergy between what the Constitution demands and what the law provides leaves women vulnerable, writes Zonke Majodina.
It's 2018. Is it really that difficult to teach boys self-control and mutual respect for their peers?
Sexual and reproductive rights are human rights, and it is time to start promoting the right of all women to choose not only when and how often to have children, but also by which method they have them, writes Berenice Paulse.
Hardly a day passes without South Africans being exposed to heart-wrenching stories about women and girls who have suffered violence and abuse, writes Ayanda Dlodlo.
High heels, blonde hair and make-up are among dress codes for women in the British workplace, despite gender discrimination being illegal, a parliamentary report has found.
The ANCWL's President Bathabile Dlamini has compared 'blessers' to clients who use the services of sex workers.
As much as women are active voters, do political parties have their issues at heart?
Having the freedom to choose what we wear and who we marry should be a concern of our own, not our government, right?
MosselbaaiCalandria Labour Consultants
Somerset WestAfrica Experience Collection (PTY) LTDR40 000.00 - R70 000.00 Per Month
Cape Town Northern SuburbsPeoplefinder Career Placements
R 8 400 000
R 11 800 000
R 2 350 000
We subscribe to the Press Code.
You choose what you want
News24 on Android
Get the latest from News24 on your Android device.
Terms and Conditions
24.com Terms and Conditions - Updated April 2012
Creating your profile will enable you to submit photos and stories to get published on News24.
This username must be unique, cannot be edited and will be used in the URL to your profile page across the entire 24.com network.