The failure by SADC states to increase women’s representation in parliament is a blow to SADC Protocol on Gender and Development and also the 50/50 campaign
Kubi Rama
SADC countries, despite their commitment to continental and global instruments aimed at promoting human and women’s rights, often lack the political will to address challenges faced by women 
South Africa should embrace instruments such as the SADC Protocol on Gender and Development, to advance women’s representation in all spheres of government 

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South Africans should work towards eradicating all practices that expose women to gender-based violence 
8 March is International Women’s Day, a day which provides an opportunity for Africans to highlight human rights challenges faced by women and children, including victims of gender-based violence