2nd September 2019

From the heart – Women and patriarchy: a discussion of ‘uhlelele ni?’

From the heart – Women and patriarchy: a discussion of ‘uhlelele ni?’ by Sivuyisiwe Wonci  Why would you stay? ‘A mother and her kids have been […]
18th April 2018

Gender-based violence interventions in Namaqualand

Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is a phenomenon that consistently receives research and policy attention in South African society. GBV is driven by multiple, complex socio-economic factors such […]
26th March 2018

“Conveniently married”: the marriage institution, violence and parenting

    “Conveniently married”: the marriage institution, violence and parenting By  Ruth Murambadoro   When a man and woman’s sexual encounter produce unintended responsibilities, it is […]
27th January 2018

Halving our horizons – how we may jump to conclusions on GBV

    Halving our horizons – how we may jump to conclusions on GBV By Pierre Brouard In an editorial in Feminist Africa 14 on “Rethinking […]
27th January 2018

Gender-based violence in South Africa: is the enemy (always) within?

    Gender-based violence in South Africa: is the enemy (always) within? By Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga Introduction The #MenAreTrash hashtag, started in South Africa in 2016, […]