'May she multiply': Video of church woman's speech goes viral

'May she multiply': Video of church woman's speech goes viral

- A video has gone viral on social media

- It shows a woman making a speech to a congregation of women

- Social media users were inspired by her words

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A woman from the Methodist church has gone viral on social media after a video of her talk was shared. The woman was speaking to a group of other women in her church. Her message was that Black women need to stick together because they are on their own.

She also went on to say that women need to stop tearing each other down. The video has received praise on social media with many applauding her for her progressive views. Twitter user Themba Rumbu shared the video with the caption:

"May she multiply"

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Others were in agreement. Twitter user Ndumiso45510970 said:

"A whole leadership!! May she indeed multiply"

Uncultured12 said:

"May we have more women like her, and I pray that we all learn from her... Wisdom"

BonitaMapukata said:

"She is Phenomenal. We need these kind of voices in our society...Mayine Mfazi"

WFedele said:

"Absolutely wonderful.This is the quality of woman that we need in the women’s league!"

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Briefly.co.za reported that a man has taken to social media to share that he is offering free self-defence classes to all women. This is so women can be better protected as South Africa has become a dangerous environment for them. Kyle Pretorius took to his Facebook page and posted that he will be starting his first lesson this coming Saturday. The lessons will take place in a park in Parklands, Cape Town. The lessons will begin at 10:30am.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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