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Gauteng committed to dealing with child abuse

Gauteng committed to dealing with child abuse

The Gauteng government is committed to dealing with violence against children. Today Gauteng Premier David Makhura and Community Safety MEC Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane reaffirmed that commitment at Constitutional Hill.

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Gauteng says Not Under our Watch!

Gauteng says Not Under our Watch!

“We must work together because the challenge we are facing is enormous. The figures are shocking. On this day we are saying NO to abuse and violence against children. Not under our watch,” Gauteng Premier David Makhura said.

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Police Commissioners Commit to Ending Violence Against Children

Police Commissioners Commit to Ending Violence Against Children

Gauteng Premier, David Makhura, Community Safety MEC, Ms. Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane, together with her HOD, Yoliswa Makhasi, Police Commissioner Deliwe Suzan De Lange, and 40 Gauteng Police Officers will visit the Save the Children #ViolenceUnwrapped exhibition on Friday 2 December 2016.

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Violence Unwrapped: Don't Change the Channel

Violence Unwrapped: Don't Change the Channel

Violence Unwrapped: TV Interviews

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Terry Pheto and Bo lend their voice to ending violence against children

Terry Pheto and Bo lend their voice to ending violence against children

Save the Children South Africa artist ambassadors, Terry Pheto and Bo Seritsane, are taking a stand with the organisation as they launch a five year priority campaign to end violence against children. 

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NGO: Child Abuse Costs SA R238bn In 2015

NGO: Child Abuse Costs SA R238bn In 2015

 Child abuse has cost the South African economy R238 billion in 2015, according to research by the non-governmental organisation, Save the Children.

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