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Taking a stand against gender-based violence
Residents of Hennenman and Ventersburg united on Sunday to march against gender-based violence. The event was organised by local citizens Molefi Mosala, Sam Thekiso and Storm Khiba, and took place at community spots in Hennenman and Ventersburg. The march was aimed at highlighting gender-based violence and the killing of women and children. “The purpose of the event was to pray for everyone (prayer of protection) not to become victims of violence and to form platforms where people will be given the chance to report their problems about violence in their homes,” says Mosala. The next events will take place on Sunday (28/06) at Welkom Park, Thabong, the Phillip Smith Hall, Bronville (next to the police station) and in Hanipark next to Tlake’s office at 14:00. “The prayer will be led by local pastors from different churches. Everyone attending must wear their masks,” he says.Photo: Supplied

Stand strong against gender-based violence

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