Reports suggest that three women die every day in the hands of their partners in South Africa.
Is the country winning the war against gender-based violence (GBV)?
John Maytham speaks to University of Stellenbosch Business School researcher Professor Anita Bosch about interventions to deal with the scourge.
The police often use this as an excuse that they don't want to meddle in family matters. However, when anybody's life is threatened then the state has a duty to intervene.— Professor Anita Bosch, Researcher- Women in the workplace at University of Stellenbosch Business School
Once-off interventions are clearly not useful.— Professor Anita Bosch, Researcher- Women in the workplace at University of Stellenbosch Business School
Listen to the full interview below...
This article first appeared on CapeTalk : 'Once-off interventions are clearly not useful to end gender-based violence'