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Roping in men in fight against gender-based violence remains a must

3 September 2020

By Busi Kheswa Gauteng Department of SociaI Development continues to advocate for the rights of the vulnerable groups in South Africa, including those of...

Twitter bans political advertising

10 November 2019

Own Correspondent Twitter has said it would stop accepting political advertising globally on its platform, responding to growing criticism over misinformation from politicians on...

Court rules that old flag constitutes hate speech

23 August 2019

Johannesburg – On Wednesday the Equality Court sitting in the Gauteng High court in Johannesburg ruled that badly intentioned public displays of the old...

Debating illegal immigration not xenophobic

10 January 2019

A nasty trend has taken root in our country in which anyone who dares to speak out against certain issues is branded before being...

Hurdles and Heroines – contemplations on Women’s Month 2018

2 August 2018

As we approach the 62nd year since the women of South Africa joined forces to protest against pass laws, we once again reflect on...

Re-thinking roles in 2018

22 June 2018

Complacency is a dangerous thing, often creeping up just when we think we have made progress, when we take a moment for self-congratulations, and...

Calls on South Africans to speak out in support for Israel

15 June 2018

The conference brought together religious and political leaders and other representatives from across the spectrum. Amid cries of “G-d bless Israel!” and “Viva Israel!”,...

COSATU’s response to SONA

17 February 2018

The Congress of South African Trade Unions has noted and broadly welcomes the State of the Nation Address presented by President Cyril Ramaphosa on...

Follow your passion – Mark Cohen

12 January 2018

AN INTERVIEW WITH Mark Cohen the CTO of Domain Group. An international IT professional, and Consultant to Boston College. Why did you choose this career? Mark:...