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Efforts in Ending Child Marriages in Africa: In the context of Botswana

On the 30th of November 2017, I had the honor of being selected alongside three other young people from the Southern African region to participate in a meeting organised by the SRHR Trust and the AU Reference Group on Ending Child Marriage, the meeting was aimed at finding ways to engage young people on the issue of Ending Child Marriage. (more…)

Kenyan supreme court nullifies elections: Uhuru, you got served!

Photo: Daily South and East African Tourism Update

Kenya is currently on every news headline given this rather historic moment, where we saw the Supreme Court choosing to uphold democracy rather than turning a blind eye or rather conforming to international pressure. The national elections that happened on August 8, where said to be flawed resulting in a lot of chaos and difference of opinion on whether the current President, Uhuru Kenyatta won at the polls fairly. (more…)

A Woman’s Right to Abortion  

When will the paradigm shift?

This is probably the hardest post I have ever had to write thus far simply because of the scrutiny I know I am going to get from it but because it bothers me so much to hell with subtlety. In fact I have had my religious beliefs questioned numerous times, “How does a Christian advocate for abortion?” If I got a thebe for the number of times I have been asked this question then boy would I be rich and I’m actually being serious about this…I would be rich. (more…)

TANZANIA: Culture v Women’s Rights

Photo source: Africa Speaks 4 Africa

I went to Tanzania for 8 weeks on a community development project, and during that time I found myself falling in love with the country, it has become my second home. A place I could always go back to. Everyone around me knows that I want to go back and work in Tanzania one day especially under the UN: Women or any other organisation working towards empowering women.
Society in Tanzania is highly patriarchal, males in that country are deemed as superior while females are seen as inferior & weak. (more…)

RECENT POSTS

Efforts in Ending Child Marriages in Africa: In the context of Botswana

December 4, 2017 by Bosa Sebele

On the 30th of November 2017, I had the honor of being selected alongside three other young people from the Southern African region to participate in a meeting organised by the SRHR Trust and the AU Reference Group on Ending Child Marriage, the meeting was aimed at finding ways to engage young people on the issue of Ending Child Marriage. (more…)

Kenyan supreme court nullifies elections: Uhuru, you got served!

September 2, 2017 by Bosa Sebele

Photo: Daily South and East African Tourism Update

Kenya is currently on every news headline given this rather historic moment, where we saw the Supreme Court choosing to uphold democracy rather than turning a blind eye or rather conforming to international pressure. The national elections that happened on August 8, where said to be flawed resulting in a lot of chaos and difference of opinion on whether the current President, Uhuru Kenyatta won at the polls fairly. (more…)

A Woman’s Right to Abortion  

May 31, 2017 by Bosa Sebele

When will the paradigm shift?

This is probably the hardest post I have ever had to write thus far simply because of the scrutiny I know I am going to get from it but because it bothers me so much to hell with subtlety. In fact I have had my religious beliefs questioned numerous times, “How does a Christian advocate for abortion?” If I got a thebe for the number of times I have been asked this question then boy would I be rich and I’m actually being serious about this…I would be rich. (more…)