Annah Moyo-Kupeta


The African continent has experienced high levels of violence and brutalisation and needs empowerment. Empowerment means different things to different people and at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR), we understand ...

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A Human Rights Approach To Addressing Inequality in SA

In South Africa, you do not have to go far to see inequality and experience it. Bestselling author and economist Noreena Hertz once said: “We live increasingly in a world of haves and have-nots, of gated ...

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Women's Month: A Stark Reminder Of How Far We Still Have To Go In Ensuring Women's Safety And Security In South Africa

This year, the commemoration of womxn’s month brings about a bag of mixed feelings. Some strides have been made towards protecting and safeguarding womxn’s rights, security and bodily integrity, however, the reality on the ground ...

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Localising the National GBV Laws through Community SGBV Prevention Strategies

Our communities are the site of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and femicide. When these cases occur, it is communities that reel from such incidents and victims and perpetrators are often members of the community, ...

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GBV: A Social Justice Issue Requiring a Social Justice Response

Gender-based violence in South Africa is a scourge. At the heart of it is the impact of imbalanced power relations at individual and societal levels and inequities that are entrenched in family, communal and social ...

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Ramaphosa Must Tell G7 — You've Supported Victims of Ukraine War, Now Support Those in Africa

Just as G7 hosts, Germany, and its European counterparts benefited from Marshall Plan investment after the second world war, the richest countries must now support global recovery by investing in four key areas. When President of ...

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