Podcast | Winning Women: ‘The law is not only gendered, but homophobic’

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Sibongile Ndashe at Isla’s offices in Johannesburg. Picture: ROSETTA MSIMANGO
Sibongile Ndashe at Isla’s offices in Johannesburg. Picture: ROSETTA MSIMANGO

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Sibongile Ndashe is a human rights lawyer who was among those arrested in Tanzania in 2017 for allegedly ‘promoting homosexuality’ in the country.

An experience that strengthened her belief that legal action is instrumental to bring about social change, Ndashe continues to advocate for the rights of women and the LGBTQIA+ community through an organisation called the Initiative for Strategic Litigation in Africa, which she is a director.

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