Masoyi gold Youth in collaboration with the South African Police Service (SAPS) have come together to create an awareness campaign through a march, in response to the prevalent rape and murder of young teenage girls between the ages of 14-25.
The Masoyi, Mpumalanga,
The Masoyi gold Peer Educators have called upon all community members and stakeholders to come together to say that ‘enough is enough; the killing has to stop’. They also feel it’s important to look into the root causes of these
At gold-youth, one of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) we are focusing on this year is #1: No Poverty. A target under this goal is to ‘Implement nationally appropriate social protection systems and measures for all’. We’re proud of the gold Masoyi team for advocating for a safer community.
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