Berita, Enyobeni owner’s wife Vuyokazi – it all shows how patriarchy teaches women to cover their men

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Sometimes men embarrass their partners and women find themselves having to clean up the mess.
Sometimes men embarrass their partners and women find themselves having to clean up the mess.
Peter Cade

His tavern gained notoriety after underage children died there last month, but his wife is the one trending. He uttered some unsavoury words about Mihlai, now it's his estranged spouse who's apologising to the influencer.

Why is it women who catch the heat when their partners mess up? 

“It’s the psychological conditioning of being in a patriarchal society,” according to Dr Joshua Ndlela, a counselling psychologist.

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