Subtle Stereotypes

Children refuse to stay with mother, brand her a witch_New Vision Newspaper_13 April 2015

Children refuse to stay with mother, brand her a witch_New Vision Newspaper_13 April 2015

Name of article: Children refuse to stay with mother, brand her a witch (subtle stereotype) Name of Publication: New Vision Newspaper (gender blind) Date: 13 April 2015 Country: Zambia The story portrays the mother as a bad person who practices serious witchcraft such that her own children refuses to stay with her, which is a […]

Man tells court how wife left because of his ‘small manhood’_Post Newspaper_27 April 2015

Name of article: Man tells court how wife left because of his ‘small manhood’ Name of Publication: Post Newspaper Date:  27 April 2015 Country:  Zambia Just from reading the mere headline, the man’s name, professional and residential it is in the story. He is now a failure who cannot satisfy his wife sexually to the […]

Beware of Career Women_Malawi News Paper_25 -01 May 2015

Name of article: Beware of Career Women. Name of Publication: Malawi News Paper  Date: 25 -01 May 2015 Country: Malawi Genre: Column Theme: Gender Equality GEM Classification: Subtle Stereotype Skill: Portrayal The  column is on the female page of the Malawi News and it is titled  Beware of Career Women. It covers a half page. […]

“Les chevilles ouvrieres de l’hotel Labourdonnais”_Le Matinal_ 7 April 2015

“Les chevilles ouvrieres de l’hotel Labourdonnais”_Le Matinal_ 7 April 2015

Name of article: “Les chevilles ouvrieres de l’hotel Labourdonnais” Name of publication: Le Matinal Date: 7 April 2015 Country: Mauritius Theme: Gender Equality Genre: News GEM Classification: Subtle Stereotype Skill: Language This article describes the achievement of 3 young and talented women cooks who have won a prize for a recent completion. While the ladies […]

Edgars celebrate beauty_H-Metro_03 April 2015

Edgars celebrate beauty_H-Metro_03 April 2015

Name of article: Edgars celebrate beauty Name of publication: H-Metro Date: 3 April 2015 Country: Zimbabwe Theme: Gender Equality Skills: Language Genre: News GEM classification: Subtle stereotype Description: Edgars Stores Limited marked the end of their Beauty Extravaganza Promotion by treating women to free makeovers outside the stores to create awareness and celebrate the beauty of […]

Fighting to be like anybody else_The Post_2-8 April 2015

Fighting to be like anybody else_The Post_2-8 April 2015

Name of article: Fighting to be like anybody else Name of Publication: The Post Date: 2-8 April 2015 Country: Lesotho Theme: LGBTI Gem Classification: Subtle Stereotype skill: Language In one egregious example from Lesotho, the writer, Rose Moremoholo, profiles a gay man named Motebang Rampai. The story, headlined “Fighting to be like anybody else,” reads […]

State ups anti GBV fight- Luo….Studies have shown that more women suffer at hands of men physically, emotionally_Zambia Daily Mail_01 April 2015

State ups anti GBV fight- Luo….Studies have shown that more women suffer at hands of men physically, emotionally_Zambia Daily Mail_01 April 2015

Name of article: State ups anti GBV fight- Luo….Studies have shown that more women suffer at hands of men physically, emotionally Name of Publication: Zambia Daily Mail Date: 01 April 2015 Country: Zambia The story is about the Gender Based Violence (GBV) fight in Zambia and the efforts that the Government have put in place. […]

Ready to conquer the men’s world

Beauty she has. It is almost hypnotising but that is not her only virtue. The new face of the local game, Nqobile Magagula is an unassuming, humble, modest but confident administrator ready to take the bull by its horns in the predominantly male dominated environment of football. She has become the first lady Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in the history of the local game be it at team level, the Premier League of Swaziland (PLS) and the National Football Association of Swaziland (NFAS).

July 10, 2013 Programs: Headlines | Opinion | Portrayal | Subtle Stereotypes

Caricature de la femme de l’ancien président Marc Ravalomanana

Cette caricature montre deux femmes connues dans la vie politique de Madagascar. La première femme est l’ancienne ministre des affaires étrangère et la seconde étant la femme de l’ancien président de la république malgache.
Cette caricature fait apparaître des stéréotypes subtiles étant donné qu’elle ridiculise et rabaisse la femme de l’ancien président en la rabaissant sur la photo mais également en associant ses rôles Á  ceux d’épouses et aux rôles domestiques.

MAN CUTS, FLEES WITH WOMAN’S RIGHT BREAST

Siteki À“ A 53-year old woman is lucky to be alive after she was attacked by a man who cut of one of her breasts before running away with it. The incident happened at Dlakadla at Lubulini last Thursday. Malita Simelane is currently admitted to Good Shepherd hospital. Since she was admitted to hospital, Simelane has been unable to talk properly and also move her upper body but nurses said her condition has since improved.

May 30, 2013 Programs: Headlines | News | Subtle Stereotypes | VRC Clippings