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It’s All Hands On Deck For The Ministerial Task Team

The recently established ministerial task team has been requested to identify areas of good practice in reporting and managing gender-based harm and support mechanisms that could be replicated in the public universities. It also...

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Women Forward To Contest For The General Elections

Holding public representative accountable should start at municipal level but that won’t happen until communities get organised and start working together. This was said by Nana Ngobese, the president of the newly formed political...

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In Memory Of Cecil Palmer

Cecil Palmer was pregnant when she was detained for four months in the women’s jail in Johannesburg.  That was in 1976, the year anti apartheid protest ratcheted up intensely and South Africa’s apartheid state...

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Campaign Against Gender Based Violence

The Sisters Digital Magazine Team would like you to join hands with them in solidarity of an awareness campaign against Gender Based Violence. You can show your support by buying a White Ribbon at...

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Implementation Plan for African Women as Champions of Change

Having been removed from The South African Woman in Dialogue in partnership with United Nations Women and the University of South Africa have held a high level dialogue forum last month. The high level...

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Univen’s First Woman To Obtain PhD in Mathematics

D aphney Mathebula, 35, the first woman to obtain a doctorate in Mathematics at the University of Venda, is involved in outreach activities that aim to contribute in the uplifting of young girls to...

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Breaking Boundaries

The idea of women taking their education further than the school classroom has not always been met with approval but many found space to make remarkable contributions. For Baatseba Motlhale of Tlhabane township in...