Xolelwa Kashe-Katiya | We are still failing our women

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A woman with a baby on her back carries a door during an eviction from an illegal informal settlement near Hoerskool Wagpos in August 2016 in Brits. Photo: Gallo Images / Thapelo Maphakela
A woman with a baby on her back carries a door during an eviction from an illegal informal settlement near Hoerskool Wagpos in August 2016 in Brits. Photo: Gallo Images / Thapelo Maphakela

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And, 27 years later, women are burdened with the responsibility of heading up to 42% of South African households, if not more.

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