S Africans Urged to Take a Stand Against Rape

The Government Communication and Information System has added its voice to the national call for South Africans to get involved and take a firm stand against rape and all forms of violence against women and children. This call comes after the brutal rape and murder of 17-year-old Anene Booysen from Bredasdorp.

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South Africans Campaigning Against Sexual Violence

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