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  1. ditso 2013/02/23

    Mo go botlhoko thata batho mme yo o bata thuso

  2. martha.ditsebe 2013/02/25

    O setlhogo mo go maswe monna ke wena….

  3. Shahid Nkala 2013/02/25

    Some people are evil! How dare He?

  4. This is indeed very sad. Looking at it from our comfortable lives we may say why did she not report her, its her own fault. But abusers start by killing your ego and then tyhe abuse is simply. No woman is resistant from it. This is a wake up call for all the women lets speak out, stop protecting these offenders because we help them continue the chain of abuse. No woman deserves this kind of treatment.Such men are a disgrace to the male genration and they belong in prison, they cant live with human beings. Their deeds are simply inhuman

  5. cheerful 2013/02/25

    “A devastated Ramotswa woman who survived third degree burns inflicted by a jealous lover has found herself broke, heartbroken and desperate for justice 10 years later.”
    SHOCKING SHOCKING AND UNACCEPTABLE perhaps because she lives in poverty so justice would not have been swift for her as oppossed to if it happened to someone who is WELL OFF (???)
    IF YOU CAN ASSIST PLEASE PICK UP THE PHONE OR VISIT THE REPORTER WHO WROTE THE ARTICLE
    THE LADY HAS ENDED UP WITH A WATER BILL OF P4 389 BILL SOME ORGANISATION SHOULD PAY THIS BILL OR THE BILL SHOULD BE WRITTEN OFF

    She would probably need some medical attention e.g skin graft in a neighbouring country if is not available locally

    PICK UP THE PHONE URGENTLY OR VISIT THE VOICE IF ANY INDIVIDUAL OR ORGANISATION CAN ASSIST THE FAMILY

    one questions if people ( i ams saying this because it also happens to men) at this lady’s level are being educated about domestic abuse and how to report it and where to get assistance?????
    There is no comment ffrom the Social Services Department on how they plan to assist the lady and her family????

  6. cheerful 2013/02/25

    That …….. who did this to the lady is probably abusing another woman wherever he is

  7. cheerful 2013/02/25

    No one should wait for 10 SOLID years for justice when something like this has occurred – If the lady in question did not have the WILLPOWER to report that ….., because that is what happens to people who are abused they become powerless AND JUST GO BACK FOR MORE ABUSE, SOMEONE SHOULD HAVE DONE IT ON HER BEHALF

  8. cheerful 2013/02/26

    Someone in authority should be making sure the lady’s water supply is rec-connected

    Some people pass snide remarks about my looks- THIS IS VERY VERY VERY UNACCEPTABLE THEY SHOULD BE ASSISTING THE LADY E.G. TRYING TO GET ASSISTANCE FOR HER NOT PASSING SNIDE REMARKS.

    There is no mention of the Lady’s relatives WHERE ARE THEY????

  9. cheerful 2013/02/26

    To those have have passed Snide remarks to the lady – can you please use your energy in doing positive things for the lady and her family instead of passing snide remarks

  10. cheerful 2013/02/27

    Anyone who can assist the Lady with Legal assistance, Please do come forward

    TO the Lady you are courageous and this article will hopefull encourage those who suffer from Domestic Violence to speak up

    Children who witness domestic violence in their homes you too should speak up

  11. cheerful 2013/03/04

    ““On the day that he left he told us that he was going to fuel the car and never came back.”
    An organisation dealing with gender violence should be seen to be working hand in hand with the social workers;

    1. The lady needs access to a Lawyer
    if the.. has absconded is he paying maintenance or Not for the children? If not the maintenance has to be backdated from the time he walked out

    2, The lady needs medical attention

    3. At the moment the family are struggling to make ends meet- something has to be done for them until such a time when the Lady is well enough but before that, when she is well, she will need to be empowered to take care of her family

  12. cheerful 2013/03/04

    Bring him back to face the music

  13. Carefokon 2013/03/06

    Ao shems this so horrible le wena Motlhoki how dare u hide this from legal enforcement go kabe go dirilwe sengwe ka the pepetrator

  14. cheerful 2013/03/06

    Doubt wether the lady hid this intentionally from the authorities. Will share this with you now because this is what i have observed.
    know someone who is suffering from domestic violence- was happy they found the courage to speak to me about about it- just received a text one late evening how miserable the personA was and they had noonelse to turn to- then as the days went on the personA was letting out more and crying at times about what personB was doing to them,
    Tried to signpost them to an organisation that deals with domestic violence or to phone the law enforcement people but personA was afraid)- personA was making up all sorts of excuses-one must realise people who suffer this form of violenc lose their confidence)- so found another way to boost personA’s confidence- by getting them to do a course- observing a slightly different person in personA

  15. cheerful 2013/03/06

    Point am trying to put across is that there is a possibility the lady could not find anyone to confide in .

    It easy for one to say “How dare you hide this from the legal enforcement” when one has never suffered from domestic violence-dont ever say that what you should be doing is giving her some encouragement to rebuild her life again it does not happen overnight

  16. cheerful 2013/03/06

    ““Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.”-Confucious!

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