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Major drive as SA women say ‘no’ to violence in taxis, trains ...


Major drive as SA women say ‘no’ to violence in taxis, trains and buses

Women and kids-only carriages is just one idea in a campaign against gender-based violence on public transport

Senior reporter

Women and young girls are set to tackle terror in taxis, trains and buses when activists and commuters converge at the Cape Town Station on Thursday to highlight gender-based violence on public transport.

The joint action by civil society coalition #UniteBehind and Sonke Gender Justice will also include a march to parliament, where a memorandum of demands to address gender-based violence, safety and security and other issues will be handed over.

It takes place at the tail-end of the government’s Transport Month...

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