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The Saartjie Baartman Centre for Women and Children in Cape Town can take up to 120 women at a time with their children – and they are usually at full capacity.
Nicki Minaj has recalled being so afraid during her time in an abusive relationship, as she offered tips to others going through similar struggles.
You don't have to suffer alone.
A grim new study reveals that young women are afraid of asking their sugar daddies to wear condoms or get tested for HIV for fear of them becoming violent.
This progressive law passed to grant paid leave to workers in abusive situations is such a huge step forward for survivors, MPs cheered after the decision was made final.
NPA is looking into a matter of alleged domestic violence against Given Mkhari
Pretoria police say people who abuse their partners and hope that if a case is opened, it will simply be withdrawn due to the victims' dependence on them, should think twice.
A hotline in the US is trying to tackle the high rate of domestic violence against nurses in the Nigerian diaspora.
People are expected to gather to participate in the #NotInMyName march against gender violence at the University of Johannesburg’s Soweto Campus to Regina Mundi Church.
South African boxer and karate champion, Leighandre 'Baby Lee' Jegels, has been laid to rest by her loved ones in East London, in the Eastern Cape, as the country continues to battle gender-based violence.
A one-time smack can be a symptom of a more serious and bigger problem
This groundbreaking artificial intelligence technology supports victims of abuse through storytelling, intervention and access to resources.
The start of Women's Month in South Africa will be marked by countrywide marches and pickets over violence again women, children and gender non-conforming people.
How one Australian blogger is using her own story and the power of social media to connect with and help other women in a similar situation.
The 100 Men March, expected to make its way through Pretoria, is aimed at raising awareness of violence against women and children in the country.
It’s not up to us to decide how a survivor of abuse gets to share his or her story.
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More than 200 people led by Cosatu have marched in Cape Town to demand an end to violence against women and children.
Some Twitter users have defended claims by Minister of Women in the Presidency Susan Shabangu that abuse and murder victim Karabo Mokoena was "weak".
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