Crisis centre funding stops

2017-02-14 06:02
 Photo: nosipho mkhize Ekuzameni founder Joyce Mathoni Mchunu (left) and Luyanda Nonkeneza.

Photo: nosipho mkhize Ekuzameni founder Joyce Mathoni Mchunu (left) and Luyanda Nonkeneza.

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EKUZAMENI Crisis Centre was established in 1998 by a Clermont resident, Joyce Mathoni Mchunu.
At the time she worked at KwaDabeka Clinic and came across many abused women, some of whom had been raped.
“We used to give them information on what to do when one has been abused and we gave them blankets and counselling. Seeing these women broke my heart and I wondered what I could do to help them.
“I then spoke to one of the nurses at the clinic and told her I wanted to open a crisis centre. The nurse advised me to speak to the councillor, the late John Mchunu.”

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