Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust

 
DRC to SA: No escape from rape’s war
DRC to SA: No escape from rape’s war
Yvette Mbayo-Ndaya stands up from the small bench in front of her shop on Jules Street, downtown Johannesburg. A big truck rushes by as she walks...
Khayelitsha police 'incapable' of helping LGBT residents
Khayelitsha police 'incapable' of helping LGBT residents
When prominent lesbian community activist Funeka Soldaat was raped "by some boys from Khayelitsha" in 1995, she turned to the police for...
SA: A rape crisis, but no funds or will to fight
SA: A rape crisis, but no funds or will to fight
"We've never had a leader in government who feels strong enough to take this matter forward­ to champion the issues and ensure the...
Cape Town rape crisis trust faces risk of closure
Cape Town rape crisis trust faces risk of closure
The Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust, which has helped more than 5000 rape survivors in the past two years, is facing a severe financial crisis that may...
Anonymity a rape survivor's right
Anonymity a rape survivor's right
While we appreciate that Naomi Wolf's piece, "Cloaking rape victims fosters myths" (January 21), draws attention to the myths that make reporting a rape difficult, there are...

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