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OPINION | Women and children will continue to die until we dismantle toxic masculinity

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Last year’s high rate of GBV incidents sparked nationwide outrage and masses stood together to protest the scourge. PHOTO: Racine Edwardes
Last year’s high rate of GBV incidents sparked nationwide outrage and masses stood together to protest the scourge. PHOTO: Racine Edwardes

Leballo Tjemolane questions how spaces can be created to allow men to express themselves so we can get to a point where toxic masculinity is dismantled. 

I am an African man engaged in feminist research.

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