Gender Inequality

Meet the SistaazHood- South Africa's transgender voices fighting for recognition

Two domestic workers cross a bridge against the Cape Town city skyline asthey return home at the days end in this July 2002 file picture. Almost nineyears after the end of white rule, huge income disparities still persist inNelson Mandela's "Rainbow Nation". Disturbingly, recent research byStatistics South Africa suggests that income inequalities, which still runlargely but not exclusively along racial lines, may actually be growing.NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Mike HutchingsMH/WS - RP3DRILNFZAA

South Africa is still the only African nation to allow same-sex marriage. Image: REUTERS/Mike HutchingsMH/WS

Kim Harrisberg
Water Rights Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation
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