Masutane Modjadji considers the way that the public feels ignored by government and instead turns to community journalists.
Daniel Sincuba explores the idea of using billboards as social norms changers, and argues that we need much more than that.
The teachers and principal at Jordao College have broken the law and committed the crime of 'compelled self-sexual assault' on the learners whose underwear they inspected. It is now the time for the MEC to hold them accountable, not to request an 'apology'.
Athambile Masola makes the case for gender parity in education and discusses the impact of this on women's opportunities, but also on society as a whole.
Malala launched the Malala Fund launched in October 2013, along with co-founder Shiza Shahid and a group of advisors, with the goal of creating a world where every girl has access to an education that empowers her to recognize her potential. The Fund has a two-pronged approach to its mission. First it invests in local entrepreneurs: working in communities to develop education solutions that are grounded in the reality of the girl and teaching her skills that empower her to lift herself out of poverty. Second, it aims to take these solutions to scale by pushing governments and donor organizations to prioritize high quality girls learning programs for girls. Malala and the Fund direct attention to the current state of girls’ education, and the potential of girls as an unparalleled force of change and development. The Fund then spotlights high-impact solutions that can be adopted and scaled by governments and multilateral institutions. They seek an advocacy director. Apply now!