‘No to women abuse and children’ - SACP

2017-12-22 06:00
PHOTO: siphelele nketoSACP members march in the streets of Shayamoya.

PHOTO: siphelele nketoSACP members march in the streets of Shayamoya.

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MEMBERS of the South African Communist Party (SACP) in Kokstad marched peacefully against women and children abuse in the streets of Shayamoya last Friday.

The community joined in as SAPS and traffic police escorted them.

Vuyiswa Qhakaza, Kokstad SACP co-ordinator said Shayamoya has many women who are abused, but who are too scared to report the abusers.

She said the march was part of the 16 Days of No Violence Against Women and Children campaign and part of the party’s programme of fighting gender-based violence.

“The party dedicated 2017 to fight human trafficking, children and women abuse, the selling of jobs and the killing of women,” said Qhaka- za.


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