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‘Women, speak out!’

Captain Nathalie Martin of the Stellenbosch police encourages women to speak out against violence committed against them.

Speaking the launch of the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children, she said efforts to eliminate this widespread social scourge aren’t merely a concern for police during the campaign, but for 365 days of the year.

Martin says communities should not allow perpetrators to get away with any type of violence against women and children. Stellenbosch Police Station has a Victim Support Room where trained volunteers assist victims of any type of crime.

“We urge the community to use this service, which is free,” the captain said. “You’re not a victim for sharing your story, but a survivor setting the world on fire with your truth.”

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