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Some African states maybe considering withdrawal from the ICC has alarmed activists in Africa and around the world joining SAFM for a discussion on this is Dean Peacock who is the Executive Director at Sonke Gender Justice.
Sonke has urged the Independent Police Investigative Directorate to thoroughly probe the attack of a woman by an off-duty police officer in the Free State.
Sonke has called on the Department of Education to ensure that it includes The Stop Rape Campaign in the school curriculum. Mbuyiselo Botha elaborates.
Acting Director for Gender, Health and Justice Research Unit from the University of Cape Town, Kellley Moult and Sonke's Mbuyiselo Botha are featured on this programme, discussing South Africa's increasing level of crimes against women and children.
The Sonke Gender Justice Network says inequalities and substance abuse is very much behind the drive of abuse of women and children.
Sonke's Dumisani Rebombo took part in a gang rape when he was only 15 years old and he would go on to spend much of his adult life as a gender activist trying to change the minds of other men and prevent rape.
On Ukhozi FM, 15 Feb 2013:
Sonke's Mbuyiselo Botha reacts to the arrest of Paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius for allegedly shooting dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
Lotus FM, 15 February 2013:
Oscar Pistorius will plead not guilty to a charge of pre-meditated murder. His agent says the Paralympian is disputing the murder charge against him in the strongest possible terms. Sonke says violence against women must be condemned irrespective of the status of the perpetrator.
Mbuyiselo Botha on SABC3's Three Talk about South Africa's rape crisis and what the solution could be.
Redi Tlhabi talks to Sonke's Mbuyiselo Botha about the One Man Can Campaign.
Nyanda talks about rape offences to Bob on Kaya FM.
Redi Tlhabi speaks with Prof. Bonita Meyersfeld, Associate Professor of Law and the Head of Gender at the Centre for Applied Legal Studies and Chair of Lawyers against Abuse. They spoke about what steps a rape victim could and should be taking to enhance the successful prosecution of their attackers.
Anti-rape groups say President Jacob Zuma must do more than mouth words of sorrow about rape when he delivers his State of the Nation address on Thursday. They want him to announce how Government will fight the problem. Sonke's Mbuyiselo Botha want the president to announce a commission.
Redi Tlhabi says she read a brilliant article by Sonke's Mbuyiselo Botha. The headline was "men must lead charge against rape".
Sonke's Mbuyiselo Botha talks to Stephen Grootes about the causes of violence against women.
Mbuyiselo Botha of Sonke Gender Justice Network talks about the brutal rape and mutilation of a 17-year-old girl over the weekend.
Lisa Vetten and Mbuyiselo Botha from Sonke and Tiny Moloko from POWA discuss the appalling rape and mutilation of a Bredasdorp teen, who died on Saturday 2 February 2013.
The heinous rape and murder of a 17 year old girl in the Western Cape has caused outrage in South Africa. Listen to the SAFM After 8 debate where Pauline, aunt of the victim; Nomawethu Solwandle, SAFM Reporter in Cape Town; Kathleen Dale, Director of Rape Crisis in Cape Town; Carrie Shelver, from the 1 in 9 Campaign and Mbuyiselo Botha, from Sonke Gender Justice discuss how to end violence against women in South Africa.
Sonke's Mbuyiselo Botha speaks about Sonke's “Ring the Bell” campaign, fighting violence against women. Mbuyiselo speaks about the campaign to raise awareness against violence towards women and to get men to be involved in the campaign.
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