Over the past several weeks and in the wake of the tragic rape and murder of 19-year-old UCT student Uyinene Mrwetyana, women across South Africa have banded together to stand against femicide in the #aminext movement.
The SA Women Fight Back Facebook group has played an important role in mobilising the movement as it acts as a platform to unite women from all walks of life. Many women have shared their harrowing tales but also many uplifting tales while offering a support system to others. In further support of this movement, several organisations are offering their services at either a discounted rate or completely free to women in need.
The group recently shared a list of services available to women across the country, including energy healing, trauma counselling, and self-defence classes and more. Take a look at what’s available should you or anyone you know be in need right here. Source | www.capetownetc.com