Companies and Institutions should strengthen their workplace wellness programmes, as it will help in early identification of a problem for a timely response. Read the full article here.
At the height of Women’s Month celebrations, MenEngage Network Eswatini is disturbed by the recent gruesome murder of two young girls who were raped and thereafter murdered around Mbabane a week ago. Read the full article here.
Due to socialization, men continue to bottle issues and not come out in the open out about them. Read the full article here.
Wisani’s conviction shows concerted community action can expedite justice for survivors of violence.
Nivashni Nair and Suthentira Govender write in the Sunday Times on the importance of limiting babies’ television intake.
Patrick Wisani’s legal team continues to cause delays in his trial.
Publicise gender murder trial, urges civil society coalition group.
“I think it’s an exciting moment,” says Sonke Gender Justice’s Dean Peacock of the state of gender activism in SA.
Sonke’s Bafana Khumalo comments on #RememberKhwezi protest
Safe Ride is a new initiative to protect vulnerable women commuters in South Africa
Judgment may limit scale of claims in class action suit – Lutho Mtongana reports in The Sunday Times.
CEOs know that they owe sick victims money, but are buying time while mine workers die, write Meeran and Mbuyisa.
Editorial appearing in The Star praises efforts by Sonke and other NGOs in holding perpetrators like Patrick Wisani accountable.
Opinion piece published in the Cape Times lauding the SAHRC’s recommendation to outlaw corporal punishment in all contexts.
Imifundaze Izintombi ‘ukudala ukungalingani ngokobulili.
Mom and dad realised that corporal punishment did nothing to help their kids – Aron Hyman reports in the Sunday Times.
Phiri Cawe of Vukani reports on the growth of movements demanding a comprehensive national strategy to combat GBV.
Jacques Baartman’s article in the Plainsman on the need to revive Mandela’s peaceful ideals to uphold South Africa’s constitutional values.
Report from Reuters on how stigmas and laws in most African countries put more people at risk of contracting HIV.
Yonela Sinqu writes in the Southern Suburbs Tatler about Shamillah Wilson’s new initiative to deliver education to underprivileged children.
The legal risks of naming and shaming alleged perpetrators on social media – Leonie Wagner and Graeme Hosken report.
Lisa Isaacs, of The Cape Times, reports on measures taken to increase the uptake of HIV testing among men.
Byglynis Horning writes in Cosmopolitan on a distressing trend afflicting the South African taxi industry.
Sphelele Ngubane reports in The Mercury on how a female Bishop sparked an ecumenical debate.