Shaka says...

Shaka says... or rather asks, what is the woman's struggle today?

Shaka Sisulu compares the fight for gender equality to SA’s liberation struggle and says women need a unifying point of departure if they expect any progress.

Journalist, Rebecca Davis disagreed saying women cannot be expected to tackle the issue of patriarchy on their own and more needs to be done by government to support women.

Click below to listen to the full debate on The Azania Mosaka Show:


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