The recent news that gold mining companies have been granted leave to appeal all aspects of the historic Johannesburg High Court decision in May to allow sick mineworkers to bring a class action against them, is hugely concerning. Where does that leave mineworkers and their families? [Photo by Thom Pierce]
Sonke’s Siphokazi Dyani attends a march demanding action from the Delft police for the brutal murder in August of 38 year-old Nomanesi Klawushe and wonders: will justice be served for the mother of three and other women like her?
Born in the DRC and now working as a senior trainer for Sonke’s Refugee Health and Rights Portfolio, Micheline Minani Muzaneza reveals the moment she decided to dedicate her life to pursuing social justice.
Participants in the fifth MenEngage Africa Training Initiative (MATI) course held in Botswana in September, speak to Khopotso Bodibe about the importance of including men and boys in efforts to foster gender equality.