- DJ Shimza along with a few other close friends joined the Kasi Walk 4 Women initiatve on Saturday
- Shimza and his "brothers" wore doeks to show their solidarity against gender-based violence
- The DJ encouraged other men to stand up and protect their women
DJ Shimza along with several other men took to the streets, wearing doeks to show take a stand against gender-based violence.
Shimza wanted to do his bit to end the femicide that has gripped the country over the past two weeks.
Sporting a doek on his head, Shimza joined the Kasi Walk 4 Women initiative on Saturday. They walked from Ebuhleni to the Tembisa police station, where a petition to stop gender-based violence was handed over to police authority.
According to TshisaLive, Shimza and the men dressed in black and took a firm stand on violence against women using the hashtag, ‘Enough Is Enough’.
“I am human before being a public figure and I care about issues that affect my community. Myself and a couple of brothers from Tembisa joined the march in doeks not as caricature, but more so as a symbol of solidarity with women who are subjected to sexual violence and physical abuse, often at the hands of men known to them.”
The DJ urged his male followers to take a stand and be part of a culture that protects women from any kind of abuse.
Meanwhile, about 10 days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Shimza is writing a new chapter to add to the story of his life - he is venturing into the business world with his own place that he calls The Hang Awt 1632. He promises good food, good entertainment and good vibes.
DJ Shimza isn't satisfied with being a great DJ - he wants to be an entrepreneur who contributes to Mzansi's economy in a more immediate way. He is starting a new business in Tembisa - a place for people to hang out and relax.
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