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Presenter is in discussion with GBVF Response Fund Executive Head of Communications and Advocacy Tshepo Sefotlhelo about the GBVF Response Fund.
Focus is on the GBVF Response Fund with Tshepo Sefotlhelo Executive Head of Marketing and Communication of the GBVF Response Fund on Africa Update.
Victims of gender based violence can become the most powerful activists against the scourge, they are able to create awareness, empowerment, change and healing.
theme include Sazini Mojapelo, CEO of the GBVF Response Fund, on how companies can address gender-based violence; Dr Morné du Plessis, CEO of WWF South Africa, on finding opportunity amidst
Article about the Fund's visit to Umthatha Women's Empowerment Group in Mtata.
Discussion on the role technology and closing the digital divide for women in order to combat the fight against gender-based violence in South Africa.
Human Rights Day tomorrow activist remain concern at the high rate of gender based violence in the country. They are now proposing the use of technology which they say can
Bridging the gender digital divide requires more than ensuring women and girls have access to cellphones and the internet. Access to digital technology has become a basic human right that