Sugar-coating domestic violence and gender based violence should be discouraged across all sectors of the society. In the land of plenty, South Africa is a breeding ground of gender based violence and in that regard, it now becoming a pandemic since the cases are still on the rise.
Violence doesn't treat a particular group of people differently, especially in a worse way, on your social status and despite the police and the judiciary effort to harness violence against women and children.
These celebs have previously passed through violence hands in the mercy of their beloved ones.
She had to go under the surgical blade after a fight ended her with a broken pelvic bone. They're fears that she might be unable to conceive.
Television personality, socialite, and actress Khanyi Mbau suffered domestic violence at the hands of her baby daddy and ex husband Mandla Mthembu
In an interview with Mac G on Podcast and Chill, Khanyi remembers how she was beaten up till she bleeds with Mandla who was going through a tough financial crisis.
Mandla Mthembu cheated Khanyi with dancer Zodwa Wabantu before she becomes a celebrity.
Television personality, actress, and socialite, Bonang Matheba suffered gender-based violence at the hands of her ex-boyfriend DJ Euphonik.
His reasons for the fight was that Bonang left the gate open when she left his place after a heated argument.
Popularly known as Tshidi, a role she plays on Generations: The Legacy, Latoya Makhene suffered domestic abuse from her Zimbabwean ex-husband Privilege Mangezi, to whom she was marred for 9 years.
Latoya managed to say goodbye to the abusive marriage and got married to her lover, businesswoman Lebo Keswa.
Source : www.celebsnow.co.za
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