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If one girl is a revolution, what happens when the rest of Africa stands behind her?
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Trans-exclusion in feminist work and research is as vile as transphobia.
Ending the canker that is gender-based violence will require effort, commitment and endurance from the government, business and civil society.
The minister of women in the presidency says the issue should rather be characterised as a 'challenge'.
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The ANC wants the head of Derek Hanekom, the Guptas sell their media businesses to focus on "clearing" their name and why SA got it all wrong in granting Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity.
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"Men dominate women through the agency of women themselves."
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The chasm between what government says and does is demonstrated by Manana's work on gender violence on university campuses.
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We need an education system that will prove to be effective.
"We need to get to the man before he gets to the woman."
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"Government's response in preventing violations and responding effectively once violations have occured has been extremely pitiful."
He hasn't he been arrested?
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"If anyone is in doubt about why we still need Women’s Month in 2017, this is it."
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End patriarchy to end gender-based violence, says the deputy president.
One of the problems is how violence against women is reported, and there is also a visible absence of political will to fight these kinds of crimes.