- Hulani Ravele has penned a touching message to President Cyril Ramaphosa following the spate of brutal murders of women in South Africa
- The radio and TV personality said Mzansi men are not okay and described them as demons
- The star called on Ramaphosa to act now on crimes against women because no social media hashtag is going to change the situation
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Hulisani Ravele has penned a touching message to President Cyril Ramaphosa following the spate of brutal killings of women in Mzansi.
The radio and TV presenter took to Twitter to complain to the president that the men in South Africa "are not okay".
The media personality described Mzansi men as "demons". Her views follow the brutal murder of Tshegofatso Pule.
Tshegofatso was found hanged with stab wounds on her body in a veld in Roodepoort. She was eight months pregnant.
"Mr President @CyrilRamaphosa, the men in our country are not okay. Mentally, spiritually. We are walking and living amongst demons. Sadly, no hashtag is going to change that. Every new name that is added to the list of women who have died at the hands of men is one name too many."
The star further suggested that the country's laws, law enforcement and police are all broken.
"Ro nneta vho- @CyrilRamaphosa. It's not just about law-making, it's not just about enforcement, it's not just about insincere police, it's not just about the societal ills and mental health issues from years of unspoken pains, it's all of it. All of it is broken."
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Hulani's fans also echoed her sentiments.
"Does @CyrilRamaphosa even care because there is no sense of urgency. Since 2017 when Karabo Mokoena died all we hear are the long-winded, insincere speeches and appearances."
"This demon needs a prayer."
Briefly.co.za reported that Anele Mdoda also expressed that she was saddened by the brutal death of Tshegofatso. The media personality said she wondered who their George Floyd as Mzansi women would be.
Another celeb who spoke up on gender based violence is Moozlie. The star also criticised all the men who participated in the hashtag #NotAllMen and suggested they might as well be killers.
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