We are surrounded by incredible women every day – whether it is our mothers, grandmothers, aunts and sisters, businesswomen, political figures or social entrepreneurs fighting for change.
August is Women’s Month in SA and is a time in which we celebrate those special women in our lives, as well as those women who have made impressive contributions to society. Let’s take a look at why Women’s Day and Women’s Month is so significant and why we should all be celebrating it with gusto!
Why Women’s Day / Month is So Important
We celebrate Women’s Day / Month for the following reasons:
- To honour and pay tribute to the females who dedicated their lives to ensuring that women were granted equal rights to men.
- To remember and acknowledge the discrimination and inequality of women in the past, as well as how much of it still remains in many cultures today.
- To celebrate the incredible success and achievements of strong women all over the globe.
- To show our support for the movements dedicated to female empowerment.
- To educate the masses not only about female-related struggles, but about diseases and other afflictions such as female cancers that affect women both young and old.
- To express our love and appreciation to the women who make a difference in our own lives.
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