#UyineneMrwetyana is not a stranger.— Buhle Lupindo (@Hlehle_Lupindo) September 2, 2019
She is me.
She is my sister.
She is my friend.
She is any of us.
We feel helpless and scared and tomorrow we are expected to move on and have this outrage another day when one of us goes missing. #AmINext ?
#AmINext#UyineneMrwetyana— Taz (@Eza_Kwakhe) September 2, 2019
To be a woman means to be under constant threat.
Abuse in any form
My dignity, my life:
Am I next?
#UyineneMrwetyana RIP ma💔— #HAWULAMI (@LungiNaidoo) September 2, 2019
This is someone’s CHILD!! How many more young & old woman need to die in this country??
Senzeni #AmINext #IsMyDaughterNext
I don’t feel safe in my own country!! 💔💔😔😔😔😔😔😔 pic.twitter.com/4EKhv1rdPV
they're not monsters. they are men. ordinary looking, gainfully employed, sports watching, baby making, chilling at the carwash men. we know them. some, even by name. they're everywhere. hiding in plain sight. waiting. #aminext— claire mawisa (@clairemawisa) September 2, 2019