Men slowly turning away from gender-based violence in South Africa PDF Print E-mail
South African men are becoming more willing to take action against the growing problem of domestic and sexual violence against women, a recent study has found. A survey of 945 men in the greater Johannesburg area at the end of 2006 by Sonke Gender Justice (SGJ), an HIV/AIDS, gender and human rights nongovernmental organisation, found that 50.1 percent of respondents felt they should be doing more to end gender-based violence. Read more...