No more labels!

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Yolokazi Mfuto is very aware of the inaccuracy of gender stereotypes and calls on men and women to write a different narrative as these roles rarely communicate accurate information about certain groups.

LESBIAN, NOT A MAN!

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Throughout the ages, the discrimination and marginalisation of women has been well-documented. If you're a lesbian, life can be tough and downright unbearable. Mpho Molefi, a lesbian, explains how fed up she is with men treating her like a man when in fact she is a women!

HIV/AIDS, a disease of the mind

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Mbasa Gqokoma sits down with a 32-year-old man from the Eastern Cape living with HIV. *Luxolo Mlambo (not his real name) explains how difficult it was for him to disclose his status to his support unit because of the shame and stigma attached to the disease.

SA Power in too few hands

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Koketso Marishane unpacks why the power balance in South Africa should be reconsidered. He argues that a constituency-based representative model holds greater potential for the country.

A Gentlemans Perspective

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I am not just a common man. I am a gentleman, a brother, a friend, a care giver, a lover and I adore and respect all women.

The shameful shenanigans of the elite

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After the release of former Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela's State Capture report, Koketso Marishane unpacks and delves into the shenanigans of the elite and what this means for the poor man on the street.

A suicidal gay community

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Ahead of International Men's Day on 19 November, Abram Mophokane recounts what it's like to be gay in a country that does not always accept his sexual orientation. The prejudices of society can be unforgiving, often resulting in fatal consequences for those at the receiving end of discrimination.

The Week After The Month Before

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"One thing is clear; our future will not be written by the great strides of yesterday, but by the steps we take in unity, as a country with numerous identities, today."

Vuwani Continues To Burn

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As I write this, I am reminded of the famous American black…

The bitter taste of the 2015/16 Crime Stats

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The Minister of Police released the 2015/16 criminal statistics on Friday to the Portfolio Committee on Police, heres what happened.

Rape Culture is Every Black woman's Nightmare

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We are constantly blamed for being raped, that it is our fault; we asked for it. No one sits and ask themselves how we manage to cope with all of this.

INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY

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Many of our nations, while afloat, are contracted with regards to economic opportunities. Other nations are failing to survive, and rely on limited means of trade with the world to remain afloat. Thus their industry is dependent on one sector with little to no room for the emergence of youth.

Opinion: Much Talk About A Coalition

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It's rather unusual and somewhat bizarre, to say the least,…

Young Leader Determined To Align SA With Developed states

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It is of utmost importance for South Africa, as a developing…

Those Who Pay The Piper Control The Tune

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According to one of the world's most famous politicians, Frank…

Create Change Press Release

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WHAT WILL BRING THE NEXT REAL CHANGE IN SOUTH AFRICA? THE DG MURRAY TRUST LAUNCHES A POWERFUL PSA.

#OrlandoShooting: Let me add another HashTag

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For the record, this is not about #OrlandoShooting, this is…

Lessons from the 1976 Soweto Uprisings

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The 1976 Soweto Uprisings serve as a great example of the critical role young people have historically played in challenging the harsh and unjust conditions facing them and bringing about a democratic dispensation in South Africa.

The Future is Inevitable

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In a country where the majority of the population are below the age of 35, one cant help but wonder what are we doing with this potential? Youthfulness should be associated with energy and creativity. The youth voice should be prominent in media and shaping narratives around what it means to live in a free and democratic South Africa.

ACTIVATE! Network Unites Youth To Revive The Spirit Of 1976

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The 1976 Soweto Uprising will forever be remembered as a turning…