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By: Michael Dingake

My Mother was a Woman

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Gender equality should be top of the agenda of discourse on human affairs. There is no rhyme nor reason for the status of women to be languishing below the male ranking. The ‘weaker sex’ label must cease forthwith. Women are strong, resilient and always unbowed. Moreover, women conceive and populate our world with all the talents the human race celebrates from time to time. Women deserve to be ululated and rewarded. The current status demeans women and denies the human race the chance to scale the heights it has the potential to scale!

Michael Kitso Dingake was born in Bobonong, Botswana. Dingake joined the African National Congress (ANC) in 1952 and went on to serve in various capacities in different structures of the ANC. Dingake was indicted for membership and activities of banned organisations and for statutory sabotage by South Africa’s Apartheid government. He was sentenced to a total of 15 years and released on 5 May 1981. Being a Botswana national never prevented him from engaging in sacrificial struggles to realise the dream of a free, non-racist, non-sexist, just and democratic South Africa. Dingake is a retired political and gender activist.

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