United Nations to Hear of Gender-Based Violence in South Africa

The "brutal" stabbing and death of University of KwaZulu-Natal student Sinethemba Ndlovu has caused outrage and comes a at time when gender-based violence in the country has garnered nationwide attention, with International Relations and Cooperation Minister Naledi Pandor due to address the issue at the United Nations General Assembly.

Top: United Nations General Assembly hall. Bottom-left: Slain UKZN student Sinethemba Ndlovu. Bottom-right: Minister Naledi Pandor.


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