Maps Maponyane urges his followers to sign a petition for change

Maps Maponyane urges his followers to sign a petition for change

Maps Maponyane has a very caring heart and is very upset by the violence against women that's taking central attention in Mzansi right now. He's urging his followers and fans to sign a petition that he hopes will make a change.

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With the treatment of South African women finally getting the attention it deserves, people are calling for action from the government.

One such call comes from local celeb, Maps Maponyane, who is hoping a petition he's advocating will get the government's attention.

He took to social media to ask his followers and fans to do their share and sign the petition.

Parliament needs to declare Gender Based Violence in South Africa a State of Emergency - Sign the Petition!

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Lately, Mzansi has been speaking up as a nation about the way our daughters, mothers and sisters are suffering.

The death penalty has been named as a solution to the increase in abuse and rape following Uyinene Mrwetyana's case making national news headlines.

Briefly.co.za reported that two recent social media posts proved to be very popular as they promoted self-defence devices for women.

Many South Africans responded to express interest in the pepper spray products. The posts tied in with the recent fears as a result of the spike in violence against women in the country.

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News also broke that 6-year-old Amy-Lee de Jager was kidnapped outside her Gauteng school on Monday as her kidnappers demanded a R2 million ransom.

All of this is making South Africans desperate for solutions, and people like Maps will hopefully guide them in the right direction.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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