Maluleke and Musida point to right direction for women in SA

Black girls should be in line to fulfil their dreams, not be violated and battered

The recent unanimous recommendation in the National Assembly for Tsakani Maluleke to be appointed as the next auditor-general of SA (dare I say first female and black); together with the crowing of Miss SA Shudufhadzo Musida, couldn’t have come at a better time.

In a country where gender-based violence (GBV) is widespread and impacting on almost every aspect of life, Maluleke and Musida’s milestones are worth celebrating. This is given the spike of GBV reported cases since the lockdown restrictions commenced in late March. Disheartening, really...

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