Mmabatho M slams government for taking crimes against women 'lightly'

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'Shot. Stabbed. Set alight. Missing. Raped.'

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Sharing her frustrations with the government, Mmabatho tweeted a thread that a plan of action should be made by the state to help fight against the senseless killings of women in SA. Shot. Stabbed. Set alight. Missing. Raped. Every week a new name, some names won’t even make the news. And a president who doesn’t inspire any hope whatsoever of any action against the war on women. Zero urgency.She added that instead of giving a harsher punishment for men, they are rather “protected” by the state.


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Hey,,, I was about to check nathi mthetwa's timeline, niyasothusa man.

Government takes crime lightly in general...

Let us also teach our male children to respect women and life in general.

yes our Government uyahluleka to fight crime against women, what is happening outside is so painful

Wow! Lol.

Trying to b relevant? Everyone wth nothing of substance to say jumps on gender based violence. Speak abt corrupt politicians stealing frm the poor or its gospel closer home n will strike a raw nerve?

these corrupt criminals take all crime lightly as they know the 'next' caught criminal would be the comRAT on the neighbor-chair......

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