Speak Out On Discrimination, Female Journalists Implored

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JOHANNESBURG: Women in the media have been advised to speak out and break the silence, as sexism and sexist attitudes remain a challenge in newsrooms.

The group editor-in-chief of Eye Witness News, Mahlatse Mahlase said this when addressing female journalists during a panel discussion on women in leadership at WITS Journalism recently.

Women in News (WIN) had organised the two-week media management training that attracted 25 women in media from Zimbabwe, Botswana, Zambia, Namibia, Tanzania and Kenya.

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Stop the children killing madness!

The incident comes on the heels of a similar one where a father murdered his two toddlers in Francistown. As we grapple with the shock and sorrow of this loss, it is essential to address the underlying issues that led to such a horrific outcome.Our hearts go out to the innocent victims, the three boys aged 13, 10, and eight who lost their lives in circumstances that defy comprehension. Their deep cuts and untimely demise have left a scar on the...

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