Changing a light bulb, lending a hand with car and home repairs, doing heavy lifting and giving free self-defence classes. This is how some men are responding to SA’s gender-based violence crisis: with practical and positive action.  

In Centurion, Francois van Wyk decided last week that after the national outrage over gender-based violence he needed to do more than pay lip service to supporting women, and formed the Centurion Gentleman’s Club...

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