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Minister Bheki Cele Warns Women Who Go To Shebeens

South African Minister of police has warned women about the dangers of going to shebeens, sitting at a table with unknown people, drinking liquor for the whole night until men want to take them home with them forcefully.

Minister Bheki Cele said this at Maoti, Nanda when he was introducing a campaign called Blue Campaign. Cele said the aim of this campaign is for police officers to come out from the police station and be seen on the public so that they can be able to respond fast if the community needs them. Cele has warned women and asked them to be safe at all times.

'No one has a right to buy a woman a drink and expect her to pay him back with a sexual intercourse. There's no such right. No matter how much liquor bought but there has to be an agreement when it comes to that.' Stated Cele.

The minister never left out the men, saying they must know that they do not have any right over women's bodies.

Women have a right to agree or disagree when it comes to their bodies. Women have rights and they have to be given authourity to do whatever they like. Men should not see women as their fun object.


Sources: www.isolezwe.co.za

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