This man uses puppets to tackle sexual abuse

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Ubuntu Puppets uses puppetry to address social issues affecting children. Picture: Supplied
Ubuntu Puppets uses puppetry to address social issues affecting children. Picture: Supplied

Accepting that he was gay, Lawrence Mongalo found himself relating to the challenges young people face when they are bullied and abused.

Mongalo used his own experiences to create a platform for children to speak up and share their painful stories.

Through his interventions, Mongalo has helped countless youngsters regain their voice and make sure they’re heard.

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