Radio star Hulisani Ravele pleads with the President Cyril Ramaphosa to take action over femicide

Radio star Hulisani Ravele pleads with the President Cyril Ramaphosa to take action over femicide

Radio star Hulisani Ravele pleads with the President Cyril Ramaphosa to take action over femicide


Radio star Hulisani Ravele and Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi have both spoke to President Cyril Ramaphosa to address the scourge of femicide in the nation, after the grim demise of Tshegofatso Pule. Tshegofatso was discovered dangling from a tree in an open veld in Durban Deep in Roodepoort on Monday, subsequent to disappearing a week ago. She was eight months pregnant.

The lady’s passing started shock and cast the spotlight solidly back on the pace of femicide in the nation. Taking to Twitter, 947 moderator Hulisani wrote an open letter to the president, requesting that he intercede.

“Mr President Cyril Ramaphosa, the men in our nation are not alright. Intellectually, profoundly. We are strolling and living among evil presences. Unfortunately, no hashtag is going to change that. Each new name that is added to the rundown of ladies who have passed on because of men is one name too much,” she composed.

Radio star Hulisani Ravele pleads with the President Cyril Ramaphosa to take action over femicide
She included that legitimate and policing intercessions would not be sufficient if cultural ills and emotional well-being issues were not additionally tended to. It’s not just about law making. It’s not just about authorization. It’s not just about tricky police. It’s not just about the cultural ills and psychological well-being issues from long stretches of implicit torments, IT’S ALL OF IT. Every last bit of it is broken. Ro nneta.

Zozibini also petitioned the president, saying women are dying. A woman eight months pregnant, stabbed to death and hung on a tree! Hung on a tree! Makude kuthini? I am not OK. This is not OK! Mr President Cyril Ramaphosa, we are dying, Tata.

Actress Buhle Samuels wrote a heartbroken post, telling Tshegofatso that her life and that of her unborn child mattered. Let us rally around this young woman and fight for justice for her! She was hung on a tree in the most inhuman way! We can’t look away! #JusticeForTshegoPule,” she wrote.

Radio star Hulisani Ravele pleads with the President Cyril Ramaphosa to take action over femicide

Police spokesperson Capt Kay Makhubela told TimesLIVE that Tshegofatso’s body was found with a stab wound to her chest. The deceased is also confirmed to be pregnant. Suspects are unknown at the moment but the investigations are under way.

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