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We'll be told that this election will be the most important one of a generation. And in many ways it is. The winning party will redefine Britain's relationship with Europe, and the world. But the outcome feels worryingly inevitable; a reluctant, and large Conservative victory wedded to a political model which is outdated, tired and unfit to do anything other than maundering decline.
The MK faction led by veterans like Siphiwe Nyanda is trying to deliver a message to the ANC. But the party doesn't have a history of listening.
What can be done? How can feminism possibly move forward when faced with this new world order? It needs strong women to stand up and speak up. It needs mothers and fathers to tell their daughters that this is not okay...
'Whoops'... But of course, this was by no means the last time the Internet sensation would make an appearance on Instagram
Why is it that Feminism is a word with negative connotations? If you ask the British public whether they are in favour of equality the vast majority will say yes, they definitely are. They will rightly argue that we fought for it in the past and we pursue it in the present for ourselves and future generations. Now ask them if they are a feminist...
A few weeks into January and this year's food enemy has already been established. Previous culprits have included saturated
But perhaps some of those important messages about equal pay, childcare, domestic violence and care for the elderly would
Yes, I am a believer. I believe in Valentine's Day. Okay, admittedly there is a lot of rubbish: for example, the giant 3ft
As the world's top business executives, board members and CEOs meet at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland
Air New Zealand will no longer show an in-flight safety video that many called sexist and offensive to women, according to