Durban - Social activist Yusuf Abramjee will be one of the men participating in the 100 Men March set to take place on July 10.
The aim of the march is to get 100 men from different sectors of society, including business organisations, civil society groupings and government “to a visible front of men marching together to show their commitment to making South Africa safer for women and children".
Abramjee who is an anti crime advocate said "the time has come for us to raise our voices and take a stand against violence for women and children."
"Enough is enough. We have to do something to raise awareness and education. The levels of violence are unacceptable high. Men have to take a stand," said Abramjee.
He added that he approached by government to support this march and he agreed.