"Scarcely a day goes by in South Africa without a report of ladies being gone after, being disregarded, or in any event, being killed by men.
"This can't proceed and this needs to stop," he said.
Ramaphosa likewise said the country's ladies had enough of being apprehensive.
"On this Ladies' Day, I need to approach each South African to have their impact in the battle against orientation based brutality and femicide by standing up," he said.
The president found out if they would maintain that their little girls and spouses should be exposed to brutality, assault or murder that numerous ladies in the nation were exposed to.
"I'm certain beyond a shadow of a doubt a significant number of us will say no. I approach every single South African, particularly men, which I have done over and over, we really want to treat ladies of our country with deference, respect and acknowledgment," he said.
In her inviting location, KwaZulu-Natal head choose Nomusa Dube-Ncube begged great men, young fellows and uncles to battle back against the maltreatment of ladies.
"We wish to settle on an enthusiastic clarion decision to every one of the great men of our territory and our country to take a lead in the battle against the scourge of GBVF," she said.
In any case, the DA put assault and murder of each and every lady on the entryway step of Ramaphosa when it walked to surrender an update to the Phakamile Mabija police headquarters in Kimberley.
The party's public representative Siviwe Gwarube, said they were not inspired by meaningless remarks, commissions and errand groups.
Gwarube said Ramaphosa acquainted a GBVF Gathering with tackle the scourge of savagery against ladies a long time back yet nothing had been finished.
"For each lady that was assaulted and killed in this country, it is on you, Mr President. It is on you since you safeguard a pastor who is obviously distant and mismatched for the gig," she said.
She said Ramaphosa could fix the wrecked SAPS, put more boots on the ground and asset wrongdoing battling endeavors, yet he didn't and was complicit.
Gwarube said on the off chance that Ramaphosa and his Bureau don't mess around with the security of ladies in the country, DNA test accumulations ought to be cleared at this point.
Talking at a convention in Matatiele, EFF pioneer Julius Malema said ladies and young ladies resided under a tough spot as they had no place to rush to in light of the fact that they were assaulted by men in chapel, customary chambers and their homes.
Malema encouraged party individuals and allies to report GBV violations to EFF branches to uncover every one of the victimizers, including the police who say the maltreatment of ladies and young ladies was a confidential matter.
"We should uncover every one of the victimizers," he said.
In the mean time, Great pioneer Patricia de Lille approached casualties of misuse and the people who know about somebody being mishandled not to quiet down, however to stand up.
"On the off chance that you know a relative who is oppressive, don't quiet down, shout out. Regardless of whether you see your companion's mom or sister being manhandled, don't quiet down, shout out," De Lille said.
At the send off of her party's "ending the quiet" crusade against GBV and femicide in Langa, De Lille said individuals ought to never again stay silent "to secure" the family name or on the grounds that it was awkward to stand up.
"The people who keep calm will have the blood of casualties on their hands assuming something occurs."
She additionally said men expected to participate in standing up assuming the maltreatment was to be halted.
"In addition to the male chiefs who should be at the front of this battle, yet each and every man and kid can assume a part. You can have an effect by not quieting down," De Lille said.
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