- Busiswa has called for a protest outside the court where the Dros rapist will be appearing for his trial
- The muso, who is also a mother, fears for her child’s safety as well as the wellbeing for kids across the country since the incident
- She is nervous that the culprit will get a light sentence after noticing that he has gained supporters
Mzansi has been shaken by the case of a 20-year-old man who raped a seven-year-old girl in the bathroom of a Dros restaurant in Pretoria and Busiswa is not going to stand back and watch him get off lightly after he appears in court next month.
The man responsible, Nicholas Ninow will be appearing in the witness box in November and Busiswa is calling for as many South Africans as possible to join her in a protest outside of the court.
The music star was motivated into action after she noticed that more and more people began to feel sorry for Ninow despite everything he has done.
Busiswa was appalled to see people trying to justify the rapist’s actions and trying to understand why he did what he did, but she refuses to sit quietly.
Even if no one is going to protest during the 20-year-old’s court case, the musician has defiantly said that she will be there and anyone who shares her passion is welcome to join her.
Busiswa took to Twitter to call for action and to find new recruits for her march on the 1st of November.
According to TimesLIVE, a crowdfunding has been created to raise money for counselling for the young girl who was attacked, and they have already managed to raise over R88 000 for her.
Briefly.co.za learned that Busiswa has recently become a mother, which is why she feels so strongly about this incident.
She is not the first person to come forward to admit that they now are very worried about their kids’ well-being, AKA and Pebetsi Matlaila of ‘Skeem Saam’ have said that they don’t feel its safe for children in this world anymore.
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