LET’S CELEBRATE YOUTH MONTH

Its June where you celebrate our youth who fought against apartheid power that resulted to Bantu education. Youth must go back and see how and why we should honour our legends in a respective manner. The idea of the uniform was good for a while but has been destroyed by the culture of celebrating the…
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Virginity testing

Girls are forced to go through the tradition of virginity testing, sometimes they are not comfortable and do not want to do it but the father of the house enforces it because they feel they will be a laughing stock in their communities where the tradition is dominant. The mothers never have a choice or…
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LGBTQI in Sport

Caster Semenya is also being crucified for having a powerful talent. They want to lower her power and strength which is really discriminatory. After a countless win, there are now complains that she should lower her testosterone, they have humiliated her as a woman and arguing she should run with men and she is not…
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Women in Sport

Sport associations don’t support women. It is rare to find women being sponsored in sports and that is really painful, especially because men in the same sport get all the recognition and are paid well. South African women’s football team Banyana Banyana play so well and win more than Bafana Bafana but they do not…
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World environmental Day

World environmental day is a very important day in our calendars just like all the holidays we celebrate, but my concern is that we celebrate them for that day and forget then go back to our old habits. Well we forget our heroes just even before the end of their day of which it is…
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Organising farm worker

The agriculture sector is the third most hazardous workplace in the world, following mining and construction sector. Farm worker are most the most vulnerable and exploited group, they are denied freedom and fair labour laws. Most farm workers are hired on casual basis which deprive them of enjoying permanent employment benefits. Farm workers suffer occupational…
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Invisibility of women in the press

The media publications which emancipated the 1980’s were alternative media, they focused on anti-apartheid movement. The mainstream publication was biased, it was always covering and promoting the ruling class while ignoring the majority of the population which is the working class. Mainstream media did not take the rights of women was not taken into consideration,…
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Gender Equality

Women and civil society must ensure that gender equality and women empowerment are placed in the agenda for policy development, legislation and programs at all levels. Women in judiciary and judges must aim to to protect women and promote gender equality, human rights and justice within the society because they do have the power compared…
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Insight into the daily challenges facing LGBTQI

Learning to yourself and dealing with their people’s perception of you, can be hard for anyone. This process can be especially stressful or tough for those who are LGBTQI. They can face unique issues when it comes to mental health. The discrimination LGBTQI may face or the pressure they feel from their family and community…
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Alternative Press

For most editors, the very existence of their indictment against the corporate white owned press gave rise to alternative press. The alternative press focused on Impoverished and poor black communities from the working class. The black disenfranchised hard working class was not accommodated because of the nationalistic ideology from the apartheid government and they did…
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