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Relationship Goals? – Let’s Touch It A Little Deeper

Relationship Goals? – Let’s Touch It A Little Deeper

Whether you only just became exclusive or have been with your S.O. for years, chances are your relationship could benefit from a January reboot. Of course, every couple is different–but we asked relationship experts to reveal the top New Year’s resolutions they think most duos could tap to make their connections stronger. Read on for six ways […]

These Are The Mistakes Young Entrepreneurs Make In Business

These Are The Mistakes Young Entrepreneurs Make In Business

Most new entrepreneurs make terrible, dumb mistakes that crash their businesses before they can even get started. They make these grave mistakes not because they are unintelligent, have low IQs or possess little experience. New entrepreneurs allow these blunders because they don’t see them as issues. Thus, they fail to invest their resources into fixing the problems until the […]

Gender Based Violence Girl Talk – The Talk On Social Media

Gender Based Violence Girl Talk – The Talk On Social Media

In a heated social media discussion, young women stressed the need for more education to be mainstreamed on Gender-Based Violence as they are the greater constituency affected by the ‘pandemic.’ This was highlighted during a GBV Girl Talk that was facilitated by Women’s Institute for Leadership Development (WILD), this morning. Today’s GBV Girl Talk was […]

Government Budget Must Benefit Women – Bathabile Dlamini

Government Budget Must Benefit Women – Bathabile Dlamini

The Minister in the Presidency Responsible for Women, Bathabile Dlamini, says government institutions need to account before they get their budget and indicate how much they will allocate to benefit women. “We need to audit the work that has been done because it needs to resonate in all spheres of government. What is more important […]

Know Your HIV Status

Know Your HIV Status

Significant progress has been made in the AIDS response since 1988, and today three in four people living with HIV know their status. But we still have miles to go, as the latest UNAIDS report shows, and that includes reaching people living with HIV who do not know their status and ensuring that they are linked to […]

World Aids Day – Children And HIV/AIDS

World Aids Day – Children And HIV/AIDS

 360,000 adolescents are projected to die of AIDS-related diseases between 2018 and 2030. This means 76 adolescent deaths every day – without additional investment in HIV prevention, testing and treatment programmes, UNICEF has said in a new report titled Children, HIV and AIDS: The World in 2030. allAfrica’s Sethi Ncube spoke with Dr Shaffiq Essajee, Deputy Chief of […]

Sexual Harassment, Inequality,Unequal Pay, Our Women Still Struggle At Their Workplace

Sexual Harassment, Inequality,Unequal Pay, Our Women Still Struggle At Their Workplace

In light of an increase in incidents of gender-based violence (GBV) at the workplace the Minister of Gender Equality and Child Welfare yesterday launched the 16 days of activism against the anti-social vice at the north-western town of Opuwo in the Kunene Region. The 16 days of activism campaign is being held under the theme, […]

We Will Ensure To Pass The Domestic Violence Bill In Liberia – Senator Coleman

We Will Ensure To Pass The Domestic Violence Bill In Liberia – Senator Coleman

Grand Kru County Senator and chairman of the Senate Committee on Health, Gender, Children & Social Protection has promised to work with President George Weah and other colleagues to pass into law the Domestic Violence bill, in order to strengthen the rape law. Senator Coleman said at a program which marked the launching of the […]

Gender Based Violence Interferes With Development Process

Gender Based Violence Interferes With Development Process

GENDER Based Violence (GBV), is any act or threat of harm inflicted on a person because of their gender. GBV results from gender norms, social and economic inequities that give privilege to men over women. Therefore women are primarily affected. GBV is a social problem. A certain issue is marked a social problem when there […]

Narcissistic Abuse Is The Scary New Kind Of Emotional Abuse

Narcissistic Abuse Is The Scary New Kind Of Emotional Abuse

Have you ever known someone who thinks they’re better and more important than everyone else in the world? Not only are they totally self-absorbed, but they lack empathy for others: Their own feelings, opinions, and desires are the only things that matter. If this description reminds you of anyone you’ve ever met, you’ve likely crossed […]

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