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This #IWD2020, Khadija, wrote a poem to celebrate all the women who shattered the ceiling of silence, those who rose up and spoke out against gender-based violence. #TodaySheRose!
There is a lot of info on what women and girls can do to fight and prevent gender-based violence and abuse. But, how can we involve men and boys in the conversation? One of our UNITAID blog competition winners, Mpho Mamabolo, has a few ideas:
After seeing the trauma Arabeng felt after her family decided to delay disclosing her status, Adebola has come up with some helpful advice for parents and guardians in this situation.
In her most recent piece for MTV Shuga: Down South, Lesedi Thwala wants you to know the options available to you if you are being abused by a family member.
Lerato Walaza observed Mandela Day in her hometown of Pretoria where it dawned on her that South Africans still need a lot of guidance.
For her first ever #MTVShugaDS article, Thobile Mbele speaks to this year's #MTVShugaComic winners!
Adebola Aduwo thinks there is more that should be done to stop abusers from affecting current and future victims.