Education MEC Mthandeni Dlungwana accepts the memorandum of demands from Motlabani. He says he will hand this to the men in government structures.— Karinda Jagmohan (@Karinda_J) August 1, 2018
Earlier it was agreed that the #TotalShutdown March should hand the memorandum to a male Offical. @SundayTribuneSA pic.twitter.com/AqoScI2IS9
To the department of education, do not turn a blind eye to the realities of a child that comes to school from a home where violence occurs, Motlabani says. @SundayTribuneSA #TotalShutdown pic.twitter.com/8MO9HW1zSB— Karinda Jagmohan (@Karinda_J) August 1, 2018
No bail for rapists, Beverly says, calling for women who are jailed for protecting themselves against gender based violence to receive parole. @SundayTribuneSA #TotalShutDown pic.twitter.com/UhE1Xt4k1W— Karinda Jagmohan (@Karinda_J) August 1, 2018
In the middle is Norma Maclu, 72, from Wentworth— Karinda Jagmohan (@Karinda_J) August 1, 2018
She tells @SundayTribuneSA that she is representing the elderly women who are often abused by their children.
“Drug addicts steal their pension, and abuse them. S’tru!”#TotalShutdown #MyBodyIsNotACrimeScene #WomensMonth pic.twitter.com/C88aglxU6P