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South Africa’s women in politics. The role of South African women in politics has increased since the end of apartheid through policy changes and organisations set up to enable women’s rights. Data from United Nations Women has shown that the country is faring decently in enabling women to take an active role in government.What is the role of women in African culture?
African women’s role in Society and Governance. In traditional Africa, women had recognized and vital roles in the economic well being of their communities.Among the Kikuyu of Kenya, Women were the major food producers and thus not only had ready access to land but also had AUTHROITY of how the land was to be used and cultivated.What are the ethnic groups of South Africa?
South Africans. By far the major part of the population classifies itself as South African, but it is not culturally or linguistically homogeneous. Major ethnic groups include the Zulu, Xhosa, Basotho (South Sotho), Bapedi (North Sotho), Venda, Tswana, Tsonga, Swazi, Khoikhoi, San people and Ndebele, all of which speak Bantu languages predominantly.