The Friday Stand-In 2016

#BlackWomenMatter in the spotlight this Friday

It's all about women this week on the #FridayStandIn.

Social activist, feminist and Soul City Institute for Social Justice chief executive officer, Lebo Ramafoko, says South Africans have not done much to advance the course of women's rights and gender issues.

Do black women's lives matter? Ramafoko says she will tackle the question with two other women who are experienced and well informed on issues relating to girls and women.

I am going to have fun with my guests and that's why I have invited them. It is not only about my experience and what I know. I really forward to also hear how people are doing this year.

Lebo Ramafoko, Soul City Institute for Social Justice

Former Democratic Alliance Member of Parliament Lindiwe Mazibuko is among the guests.

Listen to the audio below to hear more about her guests and show content:

Soul City is an award-winning NGO that promotes social change through health education and awareness.

Watch the video below to know more about Lebo Ramafoko:


This article first appeared on 702 : #BlackWomenMatter in the spotlight this Friday


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