President Cyril Ramaphosa faced boos and jeers when he cut short his time at the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa to tell protesters outside parliament that he wanted men to take responsibility for the rape and deaths of women in SA. 

Ramaphosa told several thousand protesters he would announce measures to protect SA women, including harsher punishment for men who rape and kill them, later in the day...

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