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A 20-year-old KwaZulu-Natal woman is repeatedly raped and then murdered, allegedly by her cousin and a neighbour.
Gauteng police note with concern a video showing police officers manhandling a woman. It is alleged on Twitter that the incident took place at the Evaton police station near Johannesburg.
Shaming Lady Zamar (or any other person) is unacceptable, regardless of who was responsible for the viral Twitter post.
It's only been three months since the gruesome video of Mampinstsha beating his girlfriend, Gqom artist Bongekile 'Babes' Wodumo, shocked the nation.
The country is still in shock after watching Mampintsha assault his partner South African star Babes Wodumo, live on video on Instagram. That after allegations were made about a pattern of abusive behaviour.
Western Cape community safety MEC Dan Plato led a MenUnited march against women and children abuse in Khayelitsha. Watch.
The star is still living in fear saying her husband is a dangerous man
Police Minister Bheki Cele says there is a "massive" drop in the national murder rate during this festive season, compared to the previous year.
A KwaZulu-Natal senior government manager, celebrities, politicians and businessmen have been outed as alleged rapists on social media amid the uproar about gender-based violence and femicide. Twitter accounts have been created where rape and sexual
Protesters have demanded that the Department of Social Development should properly fund shelters for abused women and children amid concerns over gender-based violence.
Sometimes all you can do is learn from your experience and share that information to help others.
The South African Police Service have opened an inquiry docket into the alleged assault of "Gqom Queen", Babes Wodumo, after video footage emerged showing her partner Mampintsha allegedly assaulting her.
IN MZANSI, families always fear for the worst when women go missing.
THABANI Mzolo gave journalists the middle finger before leaving the courtroom on Thursday.
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