Actress Amanda Du-Pont has joined the cry for justice for Namhla Mtwa, who was gunned down in her Mthatha driveway in April. On social media, Namhla's killing has generated outrage, with many calling for an end to gender-based violence and femicide. Amanda joined the cry for justice on Twitter. "Safeguard women's rights. We are not creatures. Namhla, a true hero who knew she might not make it out alive, left evidence behind. She has earned it.
We're exhausted, afraid, and terrified. We speak on behalf of those who perish at the hands of GBV." Many people praised Amanda for standing up for women who were killed by men they trusted. Sanga Nozintathu Mtwa, Namhla's sister, recently resorted to social media to demand justice for Namhla, who has yet to be apprehended.
Lt-Gen Nomthetheleli Lilian Mene, the Eastern Cape provincial police commissioner, has hired a senior manager to oversee the murder case, according to TimesLIVE. Nonkanyiso Conco, a reality TV celebrity, advised ladies to run at the first hint of danger. "Physical or emotional abuse in a relationship is enough to make you leave. I don't care what financial goods he's given you or what experiences he's given you; you only have one life to live peacefully and contentedly "she penned
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