Bossing Up, Politics

Voter Registration

by Simi Gumede As you may know, this weekend is the last weekend where voters can register. However, this isn’t necessarily true because you can register anytime during office hours at your local voting station until the election has been officially declared by the president. However, this Saturday and Sunday all voters’ stations will be […]

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Bossing Up, Politics

A Seat At The Table

Sahle-Work Zewde elected as the first ever female president of Ethiopia’s democratic dispensation. After a five-year tenure, former president Mulatu Teshome stepped down from office on Wednesday 24 October 2018. His resignation follows Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s cabinet reshuffle. Ahmed has rearranged the Cabinet to have 50% of seats occupied by women. On 25 October […]

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Activism, Politics

Cheryl Zondi – Our Hero!

Statistics on gender-based violence in South Africa are still on the rise. Femicide is up 117% from 2015 – 2017. Reported sexual offences are up 53% in a country where only 10% – 25% of sexual offences get reported. One cannot go through their social media feeds without seeing a post related to an incident […]

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