Black Coffee and along with many South Africans are fed up with the senseless killings of women and girls at the hands of men. For the past few days social media posts about women and children being killed in the country caused outrage from users who are calling for justice to be served.
The horror of it all with these tragedies is that these victims’ lives are taken by men close to them, their lovers, who are expected to be their protectors.
Black Coffee and legions of celebrities are calling on government to take action. He has started by organizing a march that will hopefully shine light on these atrocities.
The DJ posted a poster giving details about the march, which will occur on Monday, June 15, at 9 AM at 150 Commissioner Street, Soweto.
Calling all men and boys….let’s meet on Monday. pic.twitter.com/Pk3AU6fxND
— Black Coffee (@RealBlackCoffee) June 13, 2020
Keeping with the lockdown regulations he has encouraged social distancing and the usage of masks. The march will be peaceful with all the males dressed in black and no looting is allowed
The great initiative is commended by many on social media however some fear that it is too late and a march or protest will not implement any change needed.
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