After the murder of Karabo Mokoena in 2017, Siyabulela Jentile and Themba Masango started the #NotInMyName movement to fight gender-based violence in South Africa. Since then, they’ve worked to uplift communities across the country, providing vulnerable communities with food and water. Not in My Name International has since become one of fastest growing civil activist movements in South Africa.
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Siyabuya calls for continuous and clear communication on the country’s vaccine roll-out.
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