#MakeItStop campaign still trending

The #MakeItStop campaign, a stand pioneered by South African celebs against domestic violence and violence against women, has gone viral, trending throughout South Africa within minutes of being launched

The #MakeItStop campaign, a stand pioneered by South African celebs against domestic violence and violence against women, has gone viral, trending throughout South Africa within minutes of being launched

5fm DJ Thando Thabethe has rallied her celeb friends together to start a conversation around abused women.

Social media is abuzz with talk over Thando Thabethe’s #MakeItStop campaign.

South African celebrities offered their voices and faces to assist Thabethe with the #MakeItStop initiative. The images portray a chilling representation of women who have been abused.

Celebs in the campaign incude:

Ayanda Thabethe – Model, @ayandathabethe_

Denise Zimba – TV Presenter & Actress @MissDeniseZimba

Manaka Ranaka – Actress @ManakaRanaka

Andisiwe Dweba – Actress @siwedweba

Khanya Mkhangisa – Actress @khanyaMkangisa

Tema Sebopedi – Actress @Temanyana

Dineo Moeketsi – TV Presenter & Actress @therealdineo

Ms Cosmo – 5fm Dj

Bruises, cuts and broken bones are the reality of many South Africans. According to POWA, one in every six women who die in Gauteng is killed by an intimate partner.

The #MakeItStop images were posted on social media platforms yesterday and trended in South Africa within minutes.

“We started a conversation…goal achieved #MakeItStop” Thabethe tweeted earlier today.

What do you think of the campaign? Let us know @TheCitizen_News with the hashtag #MakeItStop.

 

 

 

 

 

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