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Thu Apr 24 13:05:57 SAST 2014

Show rapists no mercy: iLIVE

J M Chipkin, by e-mail | 11 February, 2013 00:07

As South African women we should be outraged at the death of another rape victim.

It's time women raised their voices and demanded that castration be the penalty for rape. There should be no further discussion on that.

One in four women is raped in South Africa. If enough perpetrators are castrated, others will get the message.

Will President Jacob Zuma lead a movement to stop rape once and for all?

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