- Pabee Monagedi has opened up about often feeling uncomfortable around men on Mzansi sets
- She said filming overseas has made her realise that SA sets are filled with incidents of sexual harassment
- The actress said she plans to open up further about the issue soon
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Pabee Monagedi hopes to shine a spotlight on incidents of sexual harassment on Mzansi sets.
The former The Queen actress said filming overseas has made her realise that SA sets are rife with incidents that wouldn't fly on sets elsewhere.
She took to Twitter to vent her frustration.
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She wrote, "Men in my work spaces lack boundaries, lack respect, it's basically sexual harassment."
"These men make us uncomfortable and violate our privacy on these sets, then chuckle when we raise our voices."
Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Pabee elaborated, “It became clear to me after I had filmed a series abroad that our local sets, not all, really lack the professionalism that protects female artists' human rights in the work space."
"But no one is talking about it because it's the norm here at home, and this is so absurd to me.”
Briefly.co.za reported that Pabee is currently in a happy relationship with fellow actor, SK Khoza.
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