Bylines

Burning towers and the future of the world’s urban poor (Al Jazeera: August 08, 2017)

SABC Yethu? Five reasons young South Africans should care about the appointment of the SABC board (The Daily Vox: July 27, 2017)

Almost five years after the massacre, the battle for Marikana justice continues (Mail & Guardian: June 14, 2017)

Think Before You Share: The digital world can be a dangerous place even for those offline (AllAfrica: June 08, 2017)

Government must lead the fight against gender-based violence (City Press: May 26, 2017)

Where’s the plan to stop police arming criminals, minister? (Mail & Guardian: May 16, 2017)

Digital activism comes of age: technology is creating new space for marginalised voices (HuffPost: May 4, 2017)

No quick cure for SA’s sick health care (Mail & Guardian: March 14, 2017)

A rich harvest for some (The Star: November 25, 2016)

Marikana: Moment of reckoning with whole extractive system (Mail & Guardian Thought Leader: August 29, 2016)

Racism is not just the k-word (The Daily Vox: May 11, 2016)

BASF, Lonmin and how the Marikana battle for justice is taken to Germany (Mail & Guardian Thought Leader: April 29, 2016)

Justice for Marikana? Four Reasons South Africa should care about the upcoming BASF shareholders’ meeting (The Daily Vox: April 26, 2016)

Poor, black people are still denied access to public space (GroundUp: April 11, 2016)

The battle for equal education starts long before university (The Daily Vox: January 6, 2016)

SAHRC: People need access to land and housing (Daily Maverick: November 24, 2015)

City of Johannesburg: Shutting the gate on diversity (Daily Maverick: September 28, 2015)

Why is R5 still in police arsenal? (The Star: September 10, 2015)

#FirstHarassed: A Mother’s Perspective (Her Zimbabwe: June 18, 2015)

Gender discrimination in South African newsrooms (Safeworld for Women: May 11, 2015)

The story of a black single mother (Her Zimbabwe: May 6, 2015)

Narratives of water scarcity: Scarce for who? (PLAAS: March 23, 2015)

Time to say goodbye to police’s R5 assault rifles (Mail & Guardian Thought Leader: February 23, 2015)

Malamulele: when an unresponsive state is let off the hook (NGO Pulse: February 02, 2015)

Who Is At Fault? The Gendering of Victimhood in Extra-Marital Affairs (Her Zimbabwe: January 08, 2015)

The unfinished business of the TRC  (Mail & Guardian Thought Leader: November 25, 2014)

Before Marikana, there was the deadly SASOL strike (Daily Maverick: October 22, 2014)

Thembelihle and the Criminalisation of Dissent (NGO Pulse: October 10, 2014)

Raising children in a sexist world (The Daily Vox: September 02, 2014)

Breaking the Myth of ‘Demobilised’ Communities (NGO Pulse: September 17, 2014)

Punished for living a debt free life (The Daily Vox: August 29, 2014)

Teachers, students and parents demand toilets and libraries for schools (GroundUp News: July 16, 2014)

How South Africa is faring in the provision of free basic services (GroundUp News: May 26, 2014)

How well has the media fared through 20 years of democracy? (South Africa Votes 2014: April 30, 2014)

How the state delivered PR instead of services to Madibeng (GroundUp News: February 26, 2014)

Young man behind Limpopo computer training centre (GroundUp News: February 7, 2014)

Making online safety a priority (NGO Pulse: January 21, 2014)

AIDS medicine stockouts put thousands at risk (GroundUp News: November 28, 2013)

Life-saving TB drug costs R676 per pill (Daily Maverick: November 27, 2013)

If I could do it all over again (Mail & Guardian Women: September 11, 2013)

To breastfeed or not to breastfeed? (Mail & Guardian Women: July 5, 2013)

When those meant to ‘protect and serve’ are perpetrators (Safe World for Women: May 8, 2013)

Angie’s underwear sets low bar (Mail & Guardian: May 3, 2013)

Shocking conditions of maternity wards in ‘country of abundance’ (Safe World for Women: April 23, 2013)

All citizen’s have a right to be online (Cape Argus: February 28, 2013)

Thuggery of participation too much? (NGO Pulse: March 26, 2013)

CSOs and accountability (NGO Pulse: December 28, 2012)

The possibilities of the ‘funding crisis’ (NGO Pulse: October 22, 2012)

How the state fails victims of sexual abuse (Safe World for Women: October 24, 2012)

Sexual Abuse in our schools (Safe World for Women: October 4, 2012)

Understanding the differences between civil society and civil society organisations (NGO Pulse: August 31, 2012)

Girls need more than ‘access’ to education (Safe World for Women: May 16, 2012)

Filmed or not, rape is a vicious crime (Safe World for Women: May 1, 2012)

South Africa: Mini-skirt march to stop abuse (Safe World for Women: March 2, 2012)

Corrective Rape: The horror in our townships (Safe World for Women: February 19, 2012)

Marginalised women- South Africa’s secret shame (Safe World for Women: February 9, 2012)

South Africa, women and water (Safe World for Women: March 23, 2012)

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