Candice Modiselle advocates for sanitary pads to be free in Mzansi

Candice Modiselle advocates for sanitary pads to be free in Mzansi

- Candice Modiselle recently brought up the point that sanitary pads should be free in Mzansi

- Seeing a post made by a social media user asking what people think should be free and is not, Candice took the opportunity to bring up the issue of sanitary pads

- Seeing Candice’s response left many taking to the comment section to let her know how strongly they feel about the issue too

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Beautiful Mzansi actress, Candice Modiselle, is one celebrity who is not afraid to voice her opinion on issues she feels are important. Replying to a social media user, Candice recently brought up the point that sanitary pads should be free.

Candice, like many others, feels strongly about the government making a plan to supply sanitary products to girls and women in South Africa for free. This is a basic necessity that should be supplemented by the government.

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Seeing a post made by a social media user asking what people think should be free and is not, Candice took the opportunity to bring up the issue of sanitary pads.

“Sanitary pads.”

Seeing Candice’s response left many taking to the comment section to let her know how strongly they feel about the issue too. So many women in SA are left stranded, embarrassed and isolated because of this issue. Something needs to change.

“Without argument.”
“Ain’t that the truth! Someone would find a way to steal them tough!”
“I agree with you especially for girls living in rural areas.”
“So true”

The journey to greatness of the popular Candice Modiselle is fantastic. No doubt, she is gradually becoming a force that everyone wants to reckon with as far as South Africa's entertainment industry is concerned. Reading through her biography is a source of inspiration to those who are so desirous of success and who want to, someday, become celebrated like Candice is.

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Candice Modiselle advocates for sanitary pads to be free in Mzansi

Candice Modiselle advocates for sanitary pads to be free in Mzansi. Image: Candice/Instagram.
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that a local taxi driver is changing the stereotypes of his profession and about men in general. He has revealed that he buys pads and stores them in his taxi for female passengers.

According to the South African Human Rights Commission, one in 10 girls in Africa misses school because of periods and not being able to afford the appropriate products.

According to Drum, the 31-year-old from Limpopo started buying the pads after he saw how some of his female passengers would struggle whenever they were menstruating. He says that he would often see stains on his car seats.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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