- Lerato has come forward to have her say on the current situation in Mzansi
- Like may others, Lerato feels that Ramaphosa could have done more before it got to this point
- Ramaphosa got a mouthful of cold, hard truth
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Lerato Kganyago has come forward to show her support in the fight against femicide and to call on President Cyril Ramaphosa to start making strides.
Mzansi fell to pieces after the 19-year-old UCT student Uyinene Mrwetyana’s body was found. Reality has hit and people want action.
Briefly.co.za knows how headlines, timelines, conversations and media have been flooded with heart-breaking stories of femicide this entire week.
Many celebs have used their voice and Lerato recently joined the pack.
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Taking to social media, Lerato wrote an emotion-filled post to Ramaphosa himself. Lerato expressed the country's sadness and the need for our president to stand up and take action.
Lerato made a point of highlighting the facts that Ramaphosa spoke about in his Women’s Day speech about the terror that females in Mzansi live in, and how nothing has been done about it.
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