Our reporter Christine Mhundwa speaks with rape survivors and perpetrators. Namibian rapper EES is raising awareness of femicide and we meet two young women who are channeling female empowerment through their art. South Africa’s youth fight back against gender-based violence Gender-based violence in South Africa is increasing at an alarming rate, making it one of the most unsafe places in the world for women. Frustrated by the grim statistics, a group of teenagers in Port Elizabeth are using social media to express their outrage, mobilize their peers and speak out against the scourge of femicide. Street Debate: Gender-based violence in South Africa South Africa is in the midst of a battle against alarmingly high rates of gender-based violence. We hear from both survivors and perpetrators of domestic abuse and rape to find out why sexual violence is so pervasive and how destructive attitudes in society need to change. Rap Up: Chooser – EES “Real kings always take care of their queens”: Namibian rapper EES is fighting back against gender-based violence – and has a strong message for all men on how to be part of the solution. Ghana’s fierce feminist Nana Akosua Getting ahead in a male dominated, conservative Ghanaian… Read full this story
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