This historically rich site - where densely populated and frenetic Hillbrow meets leafy and affluent Parktown and bureaucratic Braamfontein - is now Constitution Hill, the home of South Africa's highest court.
Constitution Hill represents South Africa’s dark past and its bright post-apartheid future. Johannesburg’s most notorious historic prisons (all of them now museums) sit side by side with the home of the Constitutional Court, a symbol of South Africa’s triumphant democracy. The site is located on the ridge between two city neighbourhoods, Hillbrow and Braamfontein, overlooking central Johannesburg, and is one of the most important tourist attractions in South Africa.
Although Africa includes both low- and middle-income countries, poverty rates are still high. The majority of women work in insecure, poorly paid jobs, with few opportunities for advancement. Democratic elections are increasing, and a record number of women have successfully contested for seats. But electoral-related violence is a growing concern, of the Constitutional Court of South Africa.
The African continent has demonstrated commitment to promoting gender equality and the empowerment of women. Almost all countries have ratified the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women. Other milestones include the African Union’s declaration of 2010–2020 as the: 'African Women’s Decade!'
The protocol states that every woman has the right “to the recognition and protection of her human and legal rights.” It includes articles on equality in marriage, access to justice and political participation, protection of women in armed conflict and the provision of education, training and health care. 
South African women also have to contend with extremely high rates of rape and domestic violence. Women are obviously protected by the full range of rights guaranteed in the new Constitution - the rights to life, dignity, privacy and others.
Geolocation
28° 5' 2.4", -26° 11' 16.8"
References

 <p>https://www.gauteng.net/index.php/attractions/constitution_hill/https://www.concourt.org.za/ https://www.concourt.org.za/index.php/constitution/history/https://www.concourt.org.za/index.php/about-us/the-building_https://www.unwomen.org/en/where-we-are/africa
https://www.ohchr.org/EN/ProfessionalInterest/Pages/CEDAW.aspx<p>

Further Reading

https://www.ohchr.org/EN/ProfessionalInterest/Pages/CEDAW.aspx
file:///C:/Users/SAHO%203/Downloads/achpr_instr_proto_women_eng.pdf
https://www.concourt.org.za/