Imbizo ya Madoda saw men living in and around Khayelitsha participating in a long overdue and crucial conversation around GBV.
These are some of the stories we brought you in 2021. Expect more to follow in 2022.
A disagreement over the use of a vehicle led to a male officer assaulting a female officer at Tsomo police station.
The KZN premier visited the police station with the highest number of reported rape cases as part of the launch of 16 Days of Activism.
The costs of getting a university education comes at higher cost for female students from poor backgrounds, no less if they are on NSFAS bursaries.
The gruesome murder of Busisiwe Ngwadla and the light sentence given to her killer has put the spotlight on the effectiveness of police in dealing with femicide and gender-based violence.
The magistrate made her ruling without allowing for cross examination of the accused..
The memorial service for Wongeka Vimbayo was held in Khayelitsha on Tuesday.
Women job-seekers have asked for government protection from sex pests.
Civil society, community-based organisations, trade unions and activists protested in major cities and towns around the country to demand better living and working conditions.
According to gender activists, the lockdown due to covid-19 has tightened the grip abusers have over their victims at home.