Say what? Hulisani opens up about her traumatic cemetery encounter

Say what? Hulisani opens up about her traumatic cemetery encounter

- Hulisani Ravele recently had a very disturbing experience when she visited a cemetery to remember a loved one

- She encountered two men and although she wasn't harmed, she was shaken up very badly

- This reaction is a result of the fear women live in every day, even a simple visit to a cemetery doesn't feel safe anymore

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Women in South Africa do not feel safe anymore - they haven't for a long time. Something as simple as visiting the grave of a loved one can turn into a scary and horrifying experience.

Local presenter and celeb, Hulisani Ravele, told of her encounter in a cemetery that left her shaken up and grateful to be alive.

She was visiting the grave of a loved one when she noticed a man with a rake, and another one with a spade.

Because of the current situation in Mzansi - women feel unsafe when around strangers - she immediately got suspicious.

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Here's what happened, as she relayed it on her Twitter account:

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Briefly.co.za knows that things could easily have turned out way worse, and we're relieved that Hulisani could walk away from this encounter with no real harm done.

Earlier, online polls about whether or not women should be allowed to kill their rapists sparked quite a debate.

90% of people voted 'yes' and it's clear South Africans feel the need to take matters into their own hands.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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