During these 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence and beyond, let us all acknowledge that equality and shared prosperity is at the heart of national progression, writes International Women's Forum of South Africa president Irene Charnley.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and leaders in government are entirely correct in keeping the country at alert level 1 while prioritising vaccination for all who access public spaces in the continued fight against Covid-19.
Women need to support each other to develop skills that enable women to be economically independent...
IWFSA bid farewell to our beautiful, esteemed member and beloved sister, Dr Konji Sebati.
Ramaphosa says govt to play its part as private sector pledges millions to fight GBV, femicide.
Human rights define the value and worth of each person and their relationship to government and society.
As women empowerment is the rallying cry, the world is changing its stance, albeit reluctantly and at a slow pace.
IWFSA has noted with concern over the lack of gender inclusiveness in the 2021 Budget
GBVF is a scourge that needs resources and must be collectively addressed everywhere and all the time.
Photo by Maxim Hopman on Unsplash Irene Charnley There is the adage that people should leave personal issues at home. After all, it is nobody’s business. The truth is gender-based violence and femicide…