Khaya Dladla and Gagasi FM women take united stand against abuse

Khaya Dladla and Gagasi FM women take united stand against abuse

Khaya Dladla is standing behind the ladies at Gagasi FM after they staged a walkout from #TheUprising, citing workplace exploitation and mistreatment. The radio station stated they are alright and receiving support.

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The current atmosphere in South Africa is sombre and depressing - focus has been placed on the treatment of women and it's not a pretty picture.

More women are speaking out and for once, they are being heard.

Uzalo actor, Khaya Dladla, has shown support for the women at Gagasi FM who stood up for their rights and staged a walkout.

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Briefly.co.za gathered that Gagasi FM stated that the women who decided that enough was enough - Njabs Zwane and Bright Ntuli-Kunene - are being supported.

"We acknowledge the walk-off by Njabs & Bright from #TheUprising. Both ladies are well and receiving adequate support. We also stand in solidarity with them and the women and children of KZN as they continue to be unjustly harassed and murdered. This needs to stop! #Sesikhathele."

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Citing workplace exploitation and mistreatment, female co-hosts of several Gagasi shows will not be on-air today.

OK Mzansi reported that the walkout was ignited by Njabs who left mid-show of The Uprising, the show she co-hosts.

It is believed Gagasi women have spoken up about alleged sexual predatory behaviour from men at the station.

Taking to social media, Khaya said he is 1 000% behind Njabs and Bright and all other SA women who fight against abuse.

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Is this the start of a female revolution in South Africa?

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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