South African National Women’s Day, celebrated on 9 August, pays tribute to the bravery and determination of the women who participated in the 1956 march against imposed pass laws. It is also a reminder of the ongoing struggle for gender equality and women’s rights in South Africa.
While women now have equal rights as enshrined in our Constitution, 9 August still plays a vital role in raising awareness about women’s issues, promoting gender equality and honouring the contributions of women to the country’s development.
In this issue, we talk about the rights of the LGBTQIA+ community and explore why nursing, as a modern day career, is still a critical career sector. We also tackle issues around gender-based violence and discuss how to attract and retain talent within a professional sector.
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