SA Women Fight Back
Started 7 petitions
Justice for warrior of rape
SA Women Fight Back opposes BAIL for the accused in the matter of rape which appears before the Noupoort Magistrates Court on 5 May 2020. We find it deeply concerning that even during the lockdown perpetrators continue to violate our women especially in incidences where the victim is elderly. We urge the courts to not let these deeds go unpunished and to show zero tolerance for the perpetrators.
Justice for Tazne Van Wyk
Little Tazne Van Wyk was kidnapped and later revealed to have been murdered. The community searched far and wide in hopes of finding her. Her body had been found outside Worcester in a stormwater pipe. The accused is a previous offender who absconded from parole a year before Tazne disappeared. Given the accused has a record for serious offences he should not have been on parole! SA Women Fight Back is calling for harsher punishment for crimes such as these against our children and women in this country! We have had ENOUGH! We want to keep our children safe!
Justice for our women NO BAIL for rape accused
SA Women Fight Back opposes BAIL for the accused Pastor Goodwins Mwalughali in the matter of rape which is before the George Magistrate Court again on 13 January 2020. SA Women fight back opposes the violence against women and children in our country and especially when it involves people in trusted and reputable positions in our communities. Our President said the following: “Abusers, rapists, and murderers must know that they will be caught and they will face the consequences of their actions. We affirm our position that the state should oppose bail for suspects charged with rape and murder of women and children. Those who are found guilty should not be eligible for parole. A life sentence must mean just that - life in prison.”
Justice for Zinhle Muthwa
29 Year old Zinhle Muthwa was beaten and shot and her body abandoned next to a road in the Ndaya Reserve in KZN. What was supposed to be the dawn of a new year has turned into a tragedy for yet another family. It is believed that the man alleged to have killed her, is her ex-boyfriend and is a Durban Metro Cop. He will appear in court again on the 13th January for what is expected to be a bail application. The rate of femicide in SA is too high and if we cannot even depend on the very people who are supposed to uphold the law and protect us, what hope is there for us? SAWomen Fight Back stand firmly beside all South Africans calling for an end to this violence. We say no more! Please sign and share this NO BAIL petition to add your voice.
NO BAIL for murder accused of 6 month old daughter.
SA Women Fight Back oppose BAIL for the accused in the murder of his 6-month-old baby daughter. His bail application takes place at the Knysna Magistrate's court on Monday 6th January 2020. The baby who may not be named as yet, died in hospital from the injuries sustained during the the assault. The rate of violence in SA is unacceptable and SAWFB urge the court to take into account that we as South Africans have had enough. Violent perpetrators are to stay in jail.
Justice for Allishandre Floors
16 year old Allishandre Floors, a pupil at George High School, was brutally raped and murdered just a few days before Christmas. What was supposed to be a time of joy and celebration ended in tragedy for yet another South African family. This petition is to oppose bail for the accused. The 41 year old perpetrator, a family member, has confessed to raping and murdering Allishandre and has confessed as well as shown the police where he callously dumped her body. He will appear in an Eastern Cape Court within the next few days, a member from SA Women Fight Back is in contact with the family and we will keep you updated on the progress.
Justice for Murdered Mother of two!
Nonhlanhla Prudence Mphahlele, 43 year old mother of two children (ages 8 and 17), was allegedly strangled to death by her husband. The accused will appear in Boksburg Regional Court on 2 December 2019 for his formal bail application. Please sign and share this no bail petition if you agree that the accused husband should be denied bail and remain behind bars until judgement! SA Women Fight Back