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SALC IN THE NEWS: DISCUSSION ON DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN IN TRADITIONAL LEADERSHIP IN THE AFRICAN AGENDA

Talk Radio 702 11 February 2015 On Wednesday, 11 February 2015, Muluka Miti-Drummond (SALC Regional Advocacy Director) and Senate Masupha from Lesotho were interviewed at Talk at Nine by Aubrey Masango following a joint statement by Civil Society Calling an End to Discrimination Against Women in Leadership. The link to the …» Read More

Blog Posts

SALC Joins the Fight to Repeal Lesotho Law Banning Women from Becoming Chiefs

Through the variety of legal cases and jurisdictions in which SALC has worked, SALC has » Read More

ZAMBIA’S PRISONER TRANSFER AGREEMENT

The Zambian Prison Service has recently concluded a multilateral agreement with a number of Southern » Read More

SALC’s Submission to the Committee on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women Regarding the Government of Namibia

Introduction In advance of the consideration of Namibia’s fourth and fifth periodic report to the » Read More

News Stories

SALC in the News: Mosotho Woman Fights to be Chief

The Botswana Gazette Customary law provides for male succession only The case demonstrates how customary » Read More

SALC in the News: Women’s Movement Must Champion Justice Delivery

All Africa Priti Patel In August 2012, the Constitutional Court in Lesotho reserved judgement on » Read More

SALC in the News: SADC Leaders Duplicitous in Axing Tribunal

So often are the winds of change said to blow through the southern reaches of » Read More