Lerato Sengadi gets real about safety of women in South Africa

Lerato Sengadi gets real about safety of women in South Africa

- After a recent attack by petty criminals, Lerato Sengadi took to social media to open up about the safety of women

- She said that women in Mzansi are not safe and that police are not focused on ensuring their safety

- She advised women to do what they can to protect themselves because they are on their own

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Lerato Sengadi has opened up about what she thinks about the safety of women in the country. After being the victim of an attack recently, she said that the fairer gender were not as safe as they should be in South Africa.

Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Lerato detailed how thugs attempted to mug her last Thursday. The incident made her realise that Mzansi women are on their own.

Sengadi struggled to open a case with the police and was blocked by the official SAPS Twitter page when she raised her concerns.

Lerato Sengadi gets real on safety of women in South Africa

Lerato Sengadi has questioned the SAPS and their role in keeping Mzansi women safe
Source: Instagram

The distressed woman said that its disheartening to watch cops harass female street vendors who are trying to make a living during lockdown while real criminals roam free.

Lerato has vented on social media and called into question what the government is doing to keep women safe. She cautioned women to learn to protect themselves because nobody else was going to protect them.

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Meanwhile, Lerato Sengadi has finally seen the end to a very long and heartbreaking battle of being acknowledged as HHP's lawful wife. Briefly.co.za reported that the Supreme Court made a final ruling stating that Lerato was indeed HHP’s lawful wife and is entitled to a portion of his estate. She believes HHP's soul can now finally rest and that her late husband would be proud.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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