Since 2009, when current President Andry Rajoelina ousted then-president Marc Ravalomanana with the army's support, M
The MDC Women's Assembly has celebrated the resilience shown by women to fight off socio-economic hardships caused by
Zimbabwean women involved in politics and civil society have warned against holding elections without creating a peac
African women who bear the brunt of the continent's conflicts now demand to play a defining role in peacekeeping.
Zimbabwe has launched its first magazine specifically targetting women.
There has been a lot of public outcry over corruption in Uganda and Africa as a continent.
Women in Zimbabwe have come out strongly against the idea of holding elections in 2011, saying that a full implementa
Good gender representation in the Namibian Defence Force (NDF) offers opportunity to women to empower themselves thro
As calls for an early election grow louder, the country's civic society groups want government to launch a countrywid
Deputy Prime Minister Thokozani Khupe has told women in South Africa that equality between men and women was a human
As Zimbabwe joins the rest of the world in commemorating the 16-days of activism against gender violence which begin
From 5th to 7th October 2010, over seventy (70) African Women Church Leaders from 12 Countries of Angola, Botswana, E
Despite studies which suggest that as many as one in two women in some parts of South Africa are affected by domestic
We, members of Vondrona Miralenta ho an'ny Fampandrosoana (VMLF), association working to promote wome
World YWCA has joined with other women's organisations around the globe to call for end to the violence in Madagascar
On Thursday, a Bulawayo magistrate set aside a ruling on a case against the leaders of the Women of Z
"It took me only a few weeks after my arrival in Luanda to realize that a peace agreement that is "gender-n
On 26 February 2003, the United Nations Under-Secretary for African Affairs and then Special Representative of the Se
Women's empowerment can not simply be defined in one way, and can take on many different shapes and forms.
Almost a year ago Change.org bloggers Alex DiBranco and Mike Jones started covering the South African phenomenon of &