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Reform tax policies to protect women – AASU’s Kodjie

Secretary General of the All-Africa Students Union, Peter Kwasi Kodjie, has charged African governments to formulate progressive policies aimed at reducing the...

50 trafficked women rescued from Lebanon

Fifty trafficked Nigerian women have been rescued from Lebanon and returned to their home country. They have been placed...

Women in Ghana: progress, but important challenges remain

Four years after gaining independence, Ghana acknowledged women’s contribution and activism by establishing the National Council of Women in 1960. The purpose...

Stakeholders urged to allocate lands to women for farming

An appeal has gone to stakeholders in the business sector to allocate irrigated lands to women for dry-season farming.

Getting women in the driver’s seat of Africa’s agribusiness revolution

Monica Musonda, CEO of Zambian food processing company Java Foods,  certainly faced hurdles in her rise to the top, but she overcame them.

TO MY FUTURE HUSBAND: Knot My Hair

Hello, boo. . . It's me -- your significantly better other -- again at that time of the...

New media is misrepresenting women in Africa: what feminists can do

When computer technology made electronic communication possible, the “new media” emerged: email, chat rooms, blogs, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and so much more....

Women in Atwima Kwanwoma economically empowered

More than 200 women in the Atwima Kwanwoma Constituency in the Ashanti Region have received support to expand and establish small businesses.

Global partners announce $61.8m allocation to boost African Development Bank initiative...

The Governing Committee of the Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative (We-Fi) has approved a funding allocation of $61.8 million for the African Development...