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The debate over the impact of alcohol on gender-based violence should be considered in the context of the historical fractures and tensions that still plague South Africa today.
The debate over the impact of alcohol on gender-based violence should be considered in the context of the historical fractures and tensions that still plague South Africa today.

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We’re a society that speaks the language of violence. We learn it at an early age and men, in particular, expression their pain, shame, anxieties and stresses through it.

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