To be part of my #MissSALoveLetter, make your pledge by visiting https://t.co/hC0OnUPiht and share your message of love to the women of South Africa on Twitter and Facebook.— Zozibini Tunzi (@zozitunzi) November 13, 2019
By using #heforshe and #MissSALoveLetter as well as @official_misssa and @zozitunzi
My queen @zozitunzi. I hope you don't block me for this because I truly adore you. I just want to understand the practicality of these love letters in ending GBV because men are manipulative, most don't/won't even mean what they write and we'll be. (1) #MissSAloveletter— SPRING 👑 (@Nampree) November 13, 2019
However, there are a few men who are committed to fighting GBV.
Women’s rights are human rights and human rights are also women’s rights. Let us love and let live our South African women and treat them with respect and love. I have committed to fight against gender-based violence. #HeForShe #MissSAloveletter @zozitunzi— IG: pokwanasenzo (@Pokwana_SA) November 11, 2019
I have committed to gender equality. Join me at: https://t.co/1OTUktsCwc #HeForShe#MissSALoveLetter— Khulile Nomnga (@camagunomnga) November 12, 2019
South African women are GOLD. They are loving. The South African women in my life mean the world to me. I don't know where I would be without them. They are the universe🌏
The thing I love most about women is their resilience and strength their drive to conquer in all walks of life ❤️— Zephaniah (@Zafania_Tiya) November 11, 2019
I have committed to gender equality. Join me at: https://t.co/aDfMOPxa3g #HeForShe #MissSALoveLetterTo pledge your support, visit www.heforshe.org.