Self-Awareness Can Improve Dads’ Impact When Teaching About GBV   Words: Fanie Heyns CAPE TOWN. – Violence against women and girls is a pandemic and poses grave danger to South African society. Violence activists and educators see the next generation as the best hope to end gender-based violence (GBV). Touching the hearts and minds of […]

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AB de Villiers talks about teaching seven-year-olds how to become non-violent citizens of SA Words Fanie Heyns CAPE TOWN. – One of South Africa’s greatest sporting icons and an ambassador of 1000 Women Trust, AB de Villiers, has joined the fight against gender-based violence and has encouraged the fathers and mothers of the nation to […]

Thanks for the amazing coverage Cape Argus!   https://www.iol.co.za/capeargus/news/talkingtoboys-seeks-to-educate-young-boys-about-the-importance-of-consent-6a039d54-84fd-4823-b1c9-9da9b66d99ed   #TalkingToBoys seeks to educate young boys about the importance of consent By Mthuthuzeli Ntseku  21h ago Cape Town – To mark Human Trafficking Awareness Week the 1 000 Women, 1 Voice campaign is embarking on a #TalkingToBoys journey with a series of different topics aimed at […]

Gender-based violence, lack of food-security are rife in Saldanha, says community leader Words: Fanie Heyns CAPE TOWN. –  A lack of food-security which has affected thousands of households in Saldanha, and gender-based violence to which especially children in the region has been subjected, are two of the main challenges which   often face. Samuels, who attended […]

Human trafficking in South Africa is an alarming trend with grave consequences Words: Fanie Heyns CAPE TOWN. – Less than 1 % of South Africans who are victims of human trafficking, are ever rescued – a red-letter warning to people to be vigilant, pro-active and aware. Sharna Fernandez, Western Cape Minister of Social Development, in […]