Another hashtag demanding justice for a victim of gender based violence topped trends list on Friday morning. This time, South Africans want the killer of Kagiso Kale to be brought to book…

Using the hashtag #JusticeForKagiso, social media users are demanding less talk and more action from authorities.

Kagiso Kale, an 18-year-old Grade 12 learner from Mokopane, was allegedly stabbed and strangled by her boyfriend. The incident is believed to have happened at her home.

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Hashtags inspired by brutal acts of violence against women have become all too common in South Africa. Just last month, Women’s Month, the country mourned Kwasa Lugalo with calls for #JusticeForKwasa.

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Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi was deeply saddened and tweeted: “My little sister’s friend, a beautiful joy to me and my family. She was stabbed to death by a boy because she didn’t want him. I don’t even know what to say.”

Frustrated South Africans took to social media to express their shock and anger.

 

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Toll-free Crime Stop number 086 00 10111
GBV Command Centre Contact the 24-hour Gender Based Violence Command Centre toll-free number 0800 428 428 to report abuse
STOP Gender Violence Helpline Tel: 0800 150 150/ *120*7867#
South African Police Service Report all cases of rape, sexual assault or any form of violence to a local police station or call the toll-free Crime Stop number: 086 00 10111
Legal Aid South Africa Call the toll-free Legal Aid Advice Line 0800110 110 for free legal aid if you cannot afford one
Commission for Gender Equality Report Gender Discrimination and Abuse: 0800 007 709
South African Human Rights Commission Call 011 877 3600 to lodge a complaint about human rights violations.
Domestic violence Helpline Stop Women Abuse: 0800 150 150
AIDS Helpline 0800 012 322
The Warrior Project FREE legal helpline for victims of domestic abuse: 0860 333 353
People Opposed to Woman Abuse(Powa) http://www.powa.co.za, Tel: 011 642 4345
Child Welfare South Africa http://childwelfaresa.org.za/, Tel: 074 080 8315
Childline South Africa http://www.childlinesa.org.za/, Tel: 0800 055 555
Families South Africa (Famsa) http://www.famsaorg.mzansiitsolutions.co.za/, Tel: 011 975 7106/7
Tears Foundation http://www.tears.co.za/, Free SMS helpline: *134*7355#, Tel: 010 590 5920
The Trauma Centre http://www.trauma.org.za/, Tel: 021 465 7373
Thuthuzela Care Centres http://isssasa.org.za/