Unathi speaks out about consent and the moment she felt violated by a man

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Unathi Nkayi said that she shared her experience because she wanted to give women a voice and a safe space to talk.
Unathi Nkayi said that she shared her experience because she wanted to give women a voice and a safe space to talk.
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The brutal murder of Tshegofatso Pule, who was eight months pregnant and found hanging from a tree, left many South Africans shocked and women fearing for their lives.

With women all over South Africa taking a stand and calling on the government to do something about the increasing cases of femicide and rape, radio presenter Unathi Nkayi also shared a recent experience in which she says she was violated by a man.

Read more |Man accused of Tshegofatso Pule's murder confesses to previous failed attempt - report

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