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In the matter between Mary- Joyce Doo Aphane and The Registrar of Deeds (1st Respondent); Minister of Justice & constitutional Affairs (2nd Respondent); Attorney General (3rd Respondent) In the High Court of Swaziland.
November 22, 2011 | by Tamar Ezer Article found at http://blog.soros.org/2011/11/victory-for-women-in-malawi/ November has been a good month for women in Malawi. Parliament finally recognized that women have the right to inherit from the marital estate. In the past, after the death of her husband, a woman and her children were often left with nothing, no [...]
…gives hope to widows and children For almost 12 years WLSA Malawi has fought to have the inheritance laws in Malawi changed. The success story is that the reformed law has now been passed by Malawi Parliament after being thrown out of during last year’s sitting of Parliament. The President of Malawi, Dr Bingu wa [...]
Conference Report This report covers proceedings at the regional conference held at the Hill Park Hotel Kenya 25-27 May 2009. The conference was a joint initiative of FIDA Kenya and WLSA Malawi and brought together 20 participants from different countries in the eastern and southern Africa region and in particular South Africa, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Malawi, [...]