South African actor Zamani Mbatha was outraged by a situation he found himself in. He went on Instagram live to call out a certain club that allegedly abuses women. What angered him more was the attack from bouncers for doing what he believes is right.
In a video taken from his Instagram live, Zamani can be heard discouraging people from going to the social club based in Pretoria as it is not safe for women. According to Zamani, a man slapped a woman right in front of him while the bouncers stood there and did nothing. He mentioned that he was manhandled for trying to speak against the abuse he witnessed. Zamani said he feels proud for what he did and will not be opening any case of assault but he will use his influence to stop the abuse of women happening in that club. If all men stood up against abuse like this then the world would be a safer place for many women. Zamani says he would rather be attacked than keeping quiet in a situation like this. What he did is commendable and hopefully the so called club will begin to take action when they see cases of abuse.
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