BBC News spoke to Ronnie and Phikelele
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South African men confront country's rape crisis

Small groups of men, some of them confessed rapists, are meeting in towns and cities across South Africa to talk about sexual violence, as part of a small but significant challenge to their country's spiralling record on rape.

The One Man Can campaign organises discussion groups and workshops in some of the country's most violent and poverty-ridden neighbourhoods.

BBC News spoke to Ronnie and Phikelele, who have been taking part in the Men Against Violence workshop, and Dumisani Rebombo, organiser for the One Man Can campaign.

  • 30 Sep 2011
  • From the section Africa
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