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We will not be silenced: The struggle for the total emancipation of women continues

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A woman lifts her fist during a protest. Picture: Reuters
A woman lifts her fist during a protest. Picture: Reuters

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This month marks a year since I suffered a massive stroke – two days before my birthday – live on radio. SABC talk radio station SAfm had been requesting an interview with me for some time and I finally complied on August 27 2019.

SAfm, like many other institutions during Women’s Month, had been focusing on issues affecting women.

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