KZN Man Is Having A Long Walk To Free SA Women And Children From Abuse


KZN man, Mabuyakhulu has had enough of the atrocities committed against woman and children in South Africa. The unemployed father of five is traumatized each time the news tell tales of SA women and children being abused. 

As such, he’s decided to raise awareness about the menace threatening to reduce the South African society to nothing with his long walk.

The 44 year-old KZN man has embarked on a 224km walk to liberate SA women and children from abuse.

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Mabuyakhulu told News24 that “there is so much killing and abusing of women and children” in South Africa.

“It hurts me very deeply. How can you rape a child? How can you rape a granny? It is not right and I want people to remember we (can’t) allow this in our society.

I am tired of seeing these atrocities. It is a real problem and we need to educate our children today. The rate of death for women and children is too high and we have to stop and look at ourselves. We cannot just read about it and stop.

As men we are responsible for these terrible things. We have the power to stop other men from doing this. We must teach our sons and brothers not to be this way toward our young and our women.

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Real men are not rapists. Real men take care of their families and pick them up. They do not hurt anyone. They must protect,” Mabuyakhulu counseled.

He related that he’s been invited to many schools to address young males on how to treat women since he started his long walks.

According to him, the only attention he desires are those that will establish the platform for him to talk of South African men about the danger and consequences of abusing women and children.

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It’s imperative for the males in the country to treat right the females and children.

“You know, life is not easy. But some things are important for all of us to know. We must take time and we must uplift and teach each other. Maybe in your community you can do something else. Even if it is small, do something for our precious kids and our strong women,” Mabuyakhulu added.