Six months after the movement led a march to the Union Buildings demanding action in addressing the issue, it claims the president has not done anything.
In August, thousands of women marched to the Union Buildings, Parliament in Cape Town, the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein and other key places throughout the country to bring attention to the abuse of women and children.
“To date, the Presidency and government have failed to give this matter the kind of attention it warrants. This is while women continue to die at the rate of one every three hours,” the movement said in an open letter to Ramaphosa.
“The rape of women and children under the age of nine continues to dominate headlines and social media narratives every single day.