Women's lives continues to be in danger each day a day passes and what is sad, is that, the killing of women are still not seen as a state disaster.
Law enforcement officials take their time to respond to cases where women are killed, abducted and families are left weeping for justice at all times.
The death of Namhla Mtwa's is a a proof that, the police only acts when they are exposed for not doing their Job.
When the deceased family, released evidence of abuse and demanded Justice for their late sister, it took Bheki Cele twitter for him to visit the family or to even take it serious.
Now there are reports that, in Cape town, a woman was kidnapped in a broad daylight with people watching.
Question is, what must it take for the people in power to realise that, women are in need of protection more than ever and how long will this go on for.
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