'Rights and revenue' - unveiling Africa's hidden treasure by Geraldine J Fraser-Moleketi

March 2014
African Business News;3/4/2014, p10
The article focuses on the poor social, economic, and political condition of women in Africa. It states that in North Africa, government is still striving to establish gender equality, though, girls are performing better than boys in the field of education. It also states that it is because of the deprived living conditions of women that the continent is facing tough times.


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