'Men like you and me commit crimes against women, not monsters,' says Eusebius

With the scourge of violence against women and children in the spotlight, Eusebius McKaiser and callers try to find solutions on how the violence can be curbed.

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Kutlwano a caller says society should start at grassroots levels and teach young boys that violence against women or anybody is unacceptable.

From an immediate point of view, I was thinking the should be some sort of sexual offenders registry.

Kutlwano, Caller

Eusebius says South African prisons are toxic spaces and there are men released back into society who are worse off than they were when they were initially incarcerated.

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Keitumetsi says his heart goes out to all the women who have been abused by men.

I don't know what kind of man commits such crimes against women. What frame of mind is he when he commits those crimes?

Keitumetsi, Caller

The answer is men like you and me commit crimes against women, not monsters or aliens.

Eusebius McKaiser, Presenter

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