To suggest that men are not to be trusted because they are the perpetrators is a bit unfair and creating an unfair and ugly perception of males all over the world, not just here in South Africa.
The majority of men are repulsed by these crimes, as women are, and would like to see rapists hang for their crimes.
Men rape because they have penises, and because they have sick and twisted minds. This abhorrent and barbaric behaviour is confined to the sick men in society, who belong to gangs, where young men are indoctrinated to treat women like their slaves and punch bags; men, like Bill Cosby, who misuse their power and fame to abuse women; sick priests, who use their mesmerising powers to abuse children and female congregants, and men in positions of power in politics, and men in tertiary institutions, who prey on the vulnerability of their female students, because these sick lecturers have the power to fail their students, who refuse them sexual favours.
To say that all men are not to be trusted or are potential rapists is to imply that they are all sick in the mind.