[WATCH] 'The silence against gender based violence is too loud' - Bongani Bingwa

"Where is the outrage? The marches? Where are the men? Those who are in sheer agony and horror are speaking out declaring NOT IN MY NAME?"

All questions raised by 702 Breakfast Show Host Bongani Bingwa following Wednesday's conviction of Sandile Mantsoe for the brutal murder of his ex-girlfriend Karabo Mokoena in 2017.

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Who is leading the fight against this? Who is the Tutu of the moment? The Winnie Mandela of this issue?

Bongani Bingwa, Breakfast Show host

Gender based violence, toxic masculinity, hashtag me too, women's month, gender mix - these are all catch phrases and buzz words that we have become familiar with that are increasingly being rendered meaningless as these type of brutal killings continue.

Bongani Bingwa, Breakfast Show host

Bingwa said the lack of action around gender-based violence carries with it some important moral questions.

There is perhaps no greater indication of the moral crisis we face as a society than the very loud silence around this.

Bongani Bingwa, Breakfast Show host

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