Silent protest as RAMAPHOSA resolved gender-based violence summit

Silent protest as RAMAPHOSA resolved gender-based violence summit

 

During a keynote speech at the gender-based violence summit held by President Cyril Ramaphosa at Centurion, activists against female abuse held a silent protest.

During the Women’s Day trip to the United Building, the government held a two-day meeting.

The purpose of the Summit was to find a solution to the scourge of killing women and women in the country.

In Ramaphosa’s speech, activists showed off women’s underwear and called for action against gender-based violent offenders.

Survivors call for justice and closure, saying that some of their abusers are roaming freely.

Ramaphosa said that the country no longer tolerates abuse of women and children.

Earlier, women gathered at the venue and called on the president to release Martha Marumo, a woman who was imprisoned for killing her husband. They want her to be released on parole.

Women called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to release Martha Marumo because she had been murdering her husband for years in 2013. Officials from Kgosi Mampuru prison escorted her and the president went out with her.

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