Dr Survé said everyone had a role to play in the fight to prevent violence against women and children. This new campaign, initiated by the government, resonated with Independent Media’s “Don’t Look Away” campaign that forms part of the 16 Days of Activism, he said.
The #100MenMarch centres on the role of men in preventing violence against women and children. The campaign also aims to galvanise men across all sectors of society to respond to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s “Thuma Mina/send me” call by committing themselves to play their part in ending violence and abuse.
The Pretoria News and #MakeSA Safe have joined forces in support of the #100MenMarch. It starts at the corner of Kgosi Mampuru and Madiba streets at 10am, past the Pretoria News to the Union Buildings.
A number of high-profile South Africans from government and civil society will attend. A pledge will be read out and signed. It reads: