Zuma to release report on status of women in SA’s economy
This year's National Women's Day will be celebrated under the theme 'united in moving SA forward’.
JOHANNESBURG - President Jacob Zuma is expected to release the first report on the status of women in South Africa's economy today.
This year's National Women's Day celebration will be held in Sasolburg in the Free State under the theme 'united in moving South Africa forward'.
Thousands of women are expected to gather in Sasolburg today to celebrate Women's Day.
They will start by taking part in a symbolic march to relive the experience of the 1956 women's march against the pass laws.
Many events will be held around the country today to honour women.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema is expected to address crowds at a Women's Day celebration in Mpumalanga.
Meanwhile Minister of Water and Sanitation Nomvula Mokonyane will be at the Methodist Church in KwaLanga.
WOMEN'S DAY TWEETS:
Women!! You are strongly and fearfully made let's reach for the stars happy #WomensDay— Buhle mahlangu (@Lindiwe_events) August 9, 2015
happy women's day to all women in Africa ,they are pullers of strength with out them we are one nothing # imbhokodo— # team Noma Idols SA (@mabhengetha) August 9, 2015