Date : 17 October 2021
We all know that gender based violence is one of the problems faced by South Africa. It is one of the issues that are really sensitive and heartbreaking. Almost everyday people get to report abuse. It really takes courage for one to report abuse more especially if it involves their loved ones. Many women have lost their lives in the hands of abusive men all in the name of love. There are women who get to tolerate abuse from their partners because they love them but it gets too traumatizing when they get to lose their lives thinking that their partners will change their their habit.
It gets harder for many celebrities to report abuse because they fear to be called names in public. It's vital for women to protect themselves before putting their partners first. Today we talk about the Queen Actor Skhumbuzo Khoza who acts as Shaka alongside veteran actress Connie Ferguson who was exposed for gender based violence. It is alleged that he beat his girlfriend Ayanda Hlongane.
It is alleged that the two were in a fight after a heated argument. According to Ayanda Skhumbuzo lost his cool during an argument and started to beat her to an extent that he dragged her to the floor. Skhumbuzo is said to have been arrested and appeared at the Randburg Magistrate court on Wednesday where he was granted a bail of R2000.00.
The two also made people suspicious when they started unfollowing each on their instagram pages. Nothing can ever prepare a woman for being abused. The country still need to do a lot in educating people how to deal with anger issues. So many women have lost their lives in the hands of abusive men. What's your take about this matter? Share your thoughts and follow for more news.
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