Delphine Serumaga


Anyone who has aspirations of becoming a president or prime minister in their country has a steep hill to climb. The liberators/revolutionaries are still sitting pretty and in some cases claim they still have years to go

Delphine Serumaga writes that despite the impressive policy framework that state has set in place for the protection of the women's rights, South African women and the girl-child remain marginalized with regards to access to basic human rights such as justice, safety and security, housing and health.

South Africa signed, ratified, and deposited the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa (the African protocol) by 14th January 2005 more